It’s Friday and Badrinath Ki Dulhania is on the screens now. But wait before you head to theaters to watch the second movie in the Dulhania series. See our Badrinath Ki Dulhania review before you make up your mind.
If you think that the movie is somewhere related to Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania then you’re wrong because it is a different movie with the same plot of love-fight relationship and the typical family drama of India with filmy twists.
But this doesn’t mean that the movie is just another film with the same storyline because it has so much of uniqueness even after the similar plot line.
Varun Dhawan surely has raised his acting standards after Badlapur and we can see the effect here in his character of Badrinath Bansal who’s got a Banarasi accent and he does it with so much ease and perfection that it doesn’t feel that he is the same actor who used to copy Govinda.
Alia Bhatt, on the other hand, is doing some fine work as far as acting is concerned with Dear Zindagi, Highway and 2 States. She really has developed herself as a trustable actress who can catch a decent amount of crowd with her presence and can do almost any role with patience and ease.
The Arijit Singh magic is another plus point for the movie and just like Samjhawan from Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania, Roke Na Ruke Naina is another blockbuster song by Arijit Singh that will definitely fill you will emotions and tears even if you don’t have someone who loves you.
Overall, our Badrinath Ki Dulhania review suggests you that the movie is a one time watch (maybe two) and if you want some fun with a pinch of sad theme and a lot of love, then it is the movie for you right now.