Talking about sex and sexual disorders has always been a taboo in the place where we live. Our society, our country, has a set of rules as to what things to talk about and what not to. And talks about things like toilets, live-in relationships and sex are not to be had in public. We are brought up in such a closed environment where opening our hearts and telling the truth only gets us in trouble. Well, once again, Ayushmann Khurrana, after being a sperm donor in his first movie Vicky Donor, has come up with a unique concept of Erectile Dysfunction and is making all kinds of news on the Internet.
In this upcoming Hindi movie, Shubh Mangal Savdhan, this Punjabi guy plays Mudit opposite Bhumi Pednekarwho plays Sugandha, his love interest. This pair, who redefined Bollywood romance in their film Dum Laga Ke Haisha, have once again come up with an unusual love story that is all set to leave you with laughter, and also address an issue which has broken millions of languages all around the world. Maintaining the thin line between vulgar humor and slapstick comedy, the makers of the film and the writers have managed to bring forth the problem of sexual disorders in a humorous yet decent manner.
There are various punch lines and some symbolism used in the recently released trailer and has everything to make movie lovers wait for this one anxiously. There are various amusing moments which relate to his problem like the biscuit dipped in tea is shown falling off the hand and the one where Bhumi’s mother in the film explains to her the significance of the wedding night while narrating her the stereotypical childhood tale of Alibaba and Chalis Chor.
It is becoming a thing of every movie where the writers and directors are trying unconventional and staying away from the classic fairy tales. Shubh Mangal Savdhan is directed by RS Prasanna, who also helmed the original Tamil film, is produced by Anand L. Rai, and will hit the theaters on September 1.It is becoming a thing of every movie where the writers and directors are tryinhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g67IL4mbuFYg unconventional and staying away from the classic fairy tales. Shubh Mangal Savdhan is directed by RS Prasanna, who also helmed the original Tamil film, is produced by Anand L. Rai, and will hit the theaters on September 1.