Badhaai Ho Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

Badhaai Ho Review - Hindi Movie Reviews

Badhaai Ho Trailer - Ayushmann Khurrana - Sanya Malhotra - Amit Sharma
Badhaai Ho Trailer – Ayushmann Khurrana – Sanya Malhotra – Amit Sharma

Badhaai Ho Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

Badhaai Ho Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

GONOGO Meter: 78%

AVERAGE CRITICS RATING: 3.4/5

Reviewer: Rajeev Masand Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: – 3.5/5 Stars

 

Reviewer: Anupama Chopra Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: – /5 Stars

 

Reviewer: The Times Of India Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: 4/5 Stars

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‘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.

Reviewer: Indian Express Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars

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Badhaai Ho is fashioned as a comedy of manners, as it goes about showing us nosey neighbours and nasty relatives and garish weddings in the very middle-class society that the Kaushiks inhabit. And as long as the film is in the hands of the veterans, with Gupta coming up with a pitch-perfect performance as a loving wife, mother, dutiful daughter-in-law, while also being her own person, and Rao keeping in step with her, it works.Where it slips is when it takes off on a tangent, with Nakul (Khurrana) sparring with his wealthy girl-friend (Malhotra), and her snooty, pastel-hued mother (Chaddha).

Reviewer: NDTV Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars

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Director Amit Ravindernath Sharma’s Badhaai Ho deserves unstinted kudos. It not only dares to tackle a tricky theme, it does so with laudable finesse. This film is a worthy addition to the raft of adventurous, sure-handed genre-benders that the Mumbai movie industry has been delivering of late in a welcome rush.

Reviewer: HindustanTimes Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars

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Badhaai Ho is, refreshingly and triumphantly, a film about the parents. It belongs to Neena Gupta’s Priyamvada, nicknamed Babli, who looks luminous even when exhausted and does too much talking with her eyes as she looks at her husband fondly or at her children longingly. It belongs to Surekha Sikri, who plays a fierce and frequently immovable mother-in-law. It belongs to Sheeba Chadda, playing a soup-slurping socialite who looks down at the absence of an apostrophe.

 

Reviewer: Koimoi Badhaai Ho Review

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars

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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.

 

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