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Badhaai Ho

Badhaai Ho

18 Oct, 2018
2 hrs 06 mins
258,826 votes
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When his middle-aged parents announce the news of an untimely pregnancy, Nakul is far from thrilled. Not only does he find the situation a bit awkward, but there is also the peril of public embarrassment. Can he come to terms with the odd plight his family is in?
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Verdict: One of the best family entertainers this year, no kidding. Bollywood is evolving. With content-driven scripts and brilliantly made films, this year has been a great one for cinephiles. October itself has had exceptional releases like Andhadhun and Tumbbad. This week there`s one more release that falls into the same category. Directed by Amit Ravindernath Sharma, Badhaai Ho keeps its promi... ...Read full review
The film engages thoroughly, while still making a social statement. Even though the story has a limited scope, the detailed writing, the finesse of Sharmas direction and some unforgettable performances, make this film an absolute winner. ...Read full review
Badhaai Ho is not just warm, funny and realistic, but also thinking, intelligent and unobtrusively politically and socially conscious. What makes it so enjoyable is that it wears its IQ lightly. ...Read full review
Badhaai Ho is a smart and well thought-out movie which slightly suffers from unrequired melodrama in the second half, but overall its as entertaining as you wanted it to be. Not a film to miss. ...Read full review
Badhaai Ho doesnt quite know what it wants us to do more, laugh or cry. And parts of the film sink into sitcom flatness, especially when Sikri overdoes her grumpy `saas` act, though some of her lines are laugh-out-loud. ...Read full review
Badhaai Ho is on solid ground as long as it stays focused on this couple and the effect their actions have on the family. A joke about the virility of the father-to-be lands perfectly, as do those about using contraception. The dialogues too are crackling. But in the films second hour director Amit Sharma commits too much screen time to Nakuls relationship with his girlfriend (Sanya Malhotra), and throws in a somewhat forced conflict that involves her mother (Sheeba Chaddha). ...Read full review