Badrinath Ki Dulhania
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Badrinath Ki Dulhania

Hindi
RomanceComedy
10 Mar, 2017
2 hrs 19 mins
77%
50,528 votes
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SYNOPSIS
A Jhansi boy falls for a Kota girl, and stands up against his family to support her ambition, and eventually gets married to her.
Verdict: A delightful flick that will put a smile on your face. In 2014, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt teamed up for then debutant Shashank Khaitan's film, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania which was a sort of a DDLJ for millennials. Three years down, the duo is here again with Badrinath Ki Dulhania, after having played []... ...Read full review
Together, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt are the best thing that could have happened to our screens. The beautiful effortlessness of their onscreen companionship plasters a grin on your face. Dhawan as Badri is adorable; you instantly take to him. He even pulls off some high-drama scenes impressively. Bhatt, unsurprisingly, gives it her all, and her sincerity comes through. But her accent, casually swinging between Juhu and Jhansi, is bothersome at times. ...Read full review
Badrinath... is a move in the right direction. It lacks the realism of hard-hitting indie cinema, but still takes a pertinent subject to a wide audience. In Badris goofy humour, and in Vaidehis courage, one hopes that people will see a bit of themselves. ...Read full review
But overall, the film works as a flavoursome romance with a pair which grows into each other, and with each other. Im happy to cheer any film which tacks on the word respect with love, and does a climactic take-down of patriarchy, even if its all broad brush-strokey and dialogue heavy. ...Read full review
The films supporting cast is very good, particularly Sahil Vaid as Badris best friend Somdev, but its the leads whore left to carry the film. Despite being saddled with a character who doesnt always behave responsibly, Alia imbues Vaidehi with honesty and vulnerability that makes it hard to hold a grudge against her. Its Varun, however, who gets the complete arc, going from an entitled young man to one who understands and appreciates women. He plays the part with the just the right goofiness and innocence, and wins you over completely. ...Read full review

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