Jug Jugg Jeeyo review: The Bollywood marriage story

The love story begins with a very retro text. Romeo Kukku Saini (Varun Dhawan), a courageous and all-in-one cardboard puttar who rules over mustard fields and inherited wealth, proposes Naina Sharma (Kiara Advani), the sister of his best friend Gurpreet (Maniesh Paul), in the pass. among the people of this city as the most romantic: Hold the mark, and mark your answer directly on the broken body of Kukku. You mark yes, of course.

Five years later, the couple is in Toronto in the cold — an HR officer in a suit and trousers, and a nightclub clerk wiping the vomit of a drunken weekend off. The couple are divorced and are about to separate, but after the wedding of Naina’s childhood friend Ginny (Prajakta Koli), Kukku’s only child.

At the time, when they found out as soon as they arrived in their small town of Punjab, Kukku father Bheem (Anil Kapoor) had his share of celibacy. He falls in love with Meera (Tisca Chopra), a former Kukku school teacher, and wants to divorce his 30-plus-year-old wife, Geeta (Neetu Kapoor).

Director Raj Mehta and his authors Rishhabh Sharma, Anurag Singh, Sumit Batheja and Neeraj Udhawani, however, do not care much about why and how the relationship is good. The song and dance number soften all the twists and turns of romance. Their problems, especially those of Kukku and Naina, stem from very high-pitched battles over who is right and wrong. Then the song interrupts the discomfort.

All the characters have a fast, high decibel power, matched to strange conversations and a great, non-sense of humor that emphasizes writing. Style, artistic direction and visual language – all the look of the film is reminiscent of the ’90s slick, high gloss defining each frame.

Dhawan delivers a very depressed “tubelight”. Advani is not on Naina’s skin, the cut helps to make her the most confused character in the film. Neetu Kapoor as a matriarch, powerless on many occasions, plays a role in beauty and confidence, a convincing character.

In the second episode, Paul and Koli’s play adds to the tone of the film. Anil Kapoor as a man in the business of life – who can see his mind, and often turns to lies for a living – has very funny lines in the film. He has a spark that saves the drama in some mysterious, yet extremely noisy way of running 150 minutes.

The songs, conversations and ongoing bhangra blasts of the back effect are an auricular sensory attack. But the irony is that the transition from a strong family to the grief of separation to the point where the promise of eternal love — and the sanctity of family and marriage — is repeated in extraordinary ways.

There are no characters with satisfactory clues. As long as the Punjabiyat sound is still loud, everything in this family drama is full of hunky-dory. Aside from the already popular bhangra song, accidentally recorded without thinking, JugJugg Jeeyo is a boring wedding party.

Jug Jugg Jeeyo Story: When an unmarried couple Kuku and Naina arrived in India from Canada, hoping to unravel the news of their imminent divorce after a big desi wedding in the house, they did not know that something even more shocking, awaiting. back home.

Jug Jugg Jeeyo Review: Ever since Kuku (Varun Dhawan) set his eyes on Naina (Kiara Advani), he knows she is. From childhood to adulthood, their love letter, but in five years they are married and things are starting to fall apart. So much so that both of them decided to break up, but the biggest challenge was to report it to their families. In particular, in the Kuku’s noisy and noisy family prepared for the wedding of their young daughter Ginni (Prajakta Koli). Sounds like a simple plot, but wait until director Raj Mehta and his writers quickly throw in one story after another. The designers took the whole Indian stereotypical problem and created a humorous twist. From abusive abusive aunts who have just got married because of the ‘good news’, to a young girl who marries a man she doesn’t love just because she wants to be “resolved”. The film sheds light on a few stories, and always with humor. Raj Mehta characters are flawed and real and their problems are manageable. All narratives are a masterpiece of relationship problems that are not easy to solve, but handled with sufficient ingenuity to prevent this film from making a boring clock.

Anil Kapoor is the perfect party life here. The character is as high as the ancestor of the noisy and colorful family Bheem. The role is designed by him as he makes you have his roots over all his negligence. Varun Dhawan is a master of self-discipline in a perfect family play that uses humorous relaxation to get out of all the difficult situations. Kiara Advani looks good on the whole frame and does an excellent job. Neetu Kapoor is extremely attractive and adorable and well-matched role. In the second episode, when his character takes the lead from the front, he is part of it. YouTuber Prajakta Koli plays for the first time with confidence, but has a lot of room for improvement in the art department. Maniesh Paul is in line with the bill, like the glorious and high Gurpreet.

While most jokes on ‘Jugjugg Jeeyo’ sit well, there are backlinks to push you to laugh, in case others don’t. The music of this film attracts songs such as ‘nach punjaban’ which are already on fire. This family drama starts well and ends even better. Working time is a bit of a hassle and would be possible with solid planning. What really draws you to the powerful concerts and weird conversations. Like its characters, ‘Jugjugg Jeeyo’ also has its flaws but at the end of the day, everything is at home and this is just the kind of healthy family entertainment we need to watch at the theater.

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