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Set in the small-town of Bareilly, Bitti is a free-spirited young girl who lives life on her own terms and refuses to be pressured into getting married. Her life takes a shift when she meets Chirag Dubey and Pritam Vidrohi.
A government clerk on election duty in the conflict ridden jungle of Central India tries his best to conduct free and fair voting despite the apathy of security forces and the looming fear of guerrilla attacks by communist rebels.
Shubh Mangal Saavdhan' keeps you entertained long enough to make it worth a watch.
What's Good: The balance between going vulgar & explaining something very adult, performances by everyone (By everyone, I meant even the guy who plays band in the wedding).What's Bad: Swaying away from reality in 2nd half & nothing.Loo Break: Umm, only if you want to miss a brilliant scene (Because there are many at regular intervals).Watch or Not?: Unquestionably! Watch & laugh your heart aloud throughout the film.
When the action stays between the two main leads, whom we have seen play so well together in Dumb Laga Ke Haisha, the film comes together, terrible pun fully intended. Pednekar once again reminds us just how convincing she can be as a real honest-to-goodness young woman in search of love. And Khurrana once again is in fine fettle: from a brawny Punjabi fertile Aryan 'puttar' that he plays in Vicky Donor to a fellow who can't, he's inhabited both ends of spectrum, showing no performance anxiety at all.
Is it possible to create a Hindi film around the 'touchy' subject of erectile dysfunction without being downright crass about it? Turns out that it is, and quite a funny one at that. This is largely because the charming lead pair has an affable chemistry between them, which doesn't come across too forced - an absolutely essential element when dealing with such a private 'Gents problem', as the film calls it.For some reason, the writers come up with an unconvincing turning point towards the end, followed by a few more absurd sequences. That aside, 'Shubh Mangal Saavdhan' keeps you entertained long enough to make it worth a watch.
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