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Badhaai Ho Average Ratings: 3.75/5 Badhaai Ho Review Counted: 4 Positive Review: 4
1. Times of India: 4/5 by Rachit Gupta. Visit sitefor more.
‘Badhaai Ho’, much like its subject, puts a fantastic new spin on the usual. In a new-age rom-com, you’d expect Ayushmann and Sanya’s love story to take centre stage, but when you see the middle-aged parents blush with romance, the entertainment really becomes novel. The music by Tanishk Bagchi, Rochak Kohli and JAM8 is top-grade, too. Tracks like ‘Badhaiyaan Tenu’, ‘Naina Na Jodeen’ and ‘Sajan Bade Senti’ fit the mood perfectly. The film engages thoroughly, while still making a social statement. Even though the story has a limited scope, the detailed writing, the finesse of Sharma’s direction and some unforgettable performances, make this film an absolute winner.
2. NDTV : 3.5/5 by Saibal Chatterjee . Visit sitefor more.
The script skillfully balances the intersecting strands as the two couples negotiate necessarily different sets of problems. Priyamvada and her husband have to reckon with the latter’s temperamental mother, who appears to have no love lost for her daughter-in-law and is shocked out of her wits when the news of the late pregnancy is broken to her.
All said and done, Badhaai Ho is a clean family entertainer which also is a tight slap at the mentality of certain people which unfortunately still exists. This breaks a taboo by making sure you laugh throughout. Watch this watching how much you laugh while watching the film.
4. Mumbai Mirror : 4/5 by Kunal . Visit sitefor more.
A film based on such a micro issue naturally has limited scope. One would imagine that once the initial shock and embarrassment from the unexpected event fades, there would be little to go by. But this one trudges along by leaning on a parallel track — Nakul’s relationship with his colleague Renee (Sanya Malhotra) and his attempts to impress her society doyenne mum (Sheeba Chaddha) which give legs to the story. Badhaai Ho also hits emotional peaks when the sons accept the situation at hand — and in time, even begin to acknowledge and appreciate their role in the whole business.
A middle-aged couple Priyamvada Kaushik (Neena Gupta) and Jeetender Kaushik (Gajraj Rao) get unexpectedly pregnant. The couple from a middle-class family starts feeling conscious about the pregnancy, as they become a talking point in their social circles. Even their sons Nakul (Ayushmann Khurrana) and Gullar (Shardul Rana) grapple to cope with the situation that they are in, because they believe…Yeh bhi koi mummy papa ke karne ki cheez hai?