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Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

24 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 17 mins
19,855 votes
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Madness across the border is the byline for the Happy series and this time, the action moves from Pakistan to China. When Professor Harpreet Kaur lands in Shanghai, the last thing she would have on her mind is getting kidnapped. A crazy comedy of errors unrolls as the 'Happy' gang - Bagga, Guddu, Happy and Usmaan Miyaan - navigate through China while Harpreet, aka Happy is caught in the crosshairs.
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Verdict: A laughter riot led by confusion, chaos, and a lot of one-liners. After becoming a sleeper hit in 2016, Happy Bhag Jayegi is back with a sequel after two years. Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi is directed by Mudassar Aziz too and he has done a fine job with this one as well. The film also marks the debut of Punjabi singer and actor Jassie Gill. The talented cast and a fun script makes this comedy... ...Read full review
Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi has just a few places where you crack a smile, especially when you see Jassi Gill as the Chinese-speaking desi trying to help his country-folk out. ...Read full review
This caper flick can`t make do with one Happy. So it has two of them. Does that yield double the fun? No. Riding on a screenplay that yo-yos wildly between the utterly inane and the overly contrived, two`s a crowd in Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi. One Happy (Sonakshi Sinha) does all the running. The other (Diana Penty, this time in a special appearance) flits in and out of the picture in a completely random manner. The result is anything but happy. ...Read full review
This is the kind of movie where joining the dots is futile. There is some nonsense about a villain motivated by a China-Pakistan government contract, and none of it adds up, which would be acceptable if the film was funny, and if it didnt devolve into a shouty mess at the end. The last 40 minutes which feature a concert for no apparent reason but to allow Piyush Mishra to dress as Batman are plain exhausting. ...Read full review
Comedy of errors is one of the oldest tricks in the filmmaking business. Its always fun to watch, people caught up in extraordinary circumstances behaving like simpletons. And thats exactly why Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi (HPBJ) is such a fun film. It works on the same themes and ideas that made its predecessor, Happy Bhag Jayegi (HBJ) such a laugh riot. The writing and direction by Mudassar Aziz are top notch. HPBJ has delightfully random humour, the kind that you can watch over and over again. ...Read full review
Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi is a feel good film which youre not likely to remember much about after a while. Thats its major drawback. Youll have a good time, but there isn`t much to make you come back to it. Nevertheless, its 137-minute of sheer fun. Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi will lift your mood for sure, but that will also depend on the fact that whether you would like to forgive the makers for such an average recreation of the iconic Howrah Bridge song Mera naam Chin Chin Chu. ...Read full review
Year 2007 saw the release of Bheja Fry, a film that went on to become a classic. The makers followed it up with an upmarket version in 2011 titled Bheja Fry 2, which was a disaster, well, this is exactly the case with Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi. ...Read full review