Ayushamnn Khurana (Kartik Singh) and Jitendra Kumar (Aman Singh) live in Delhi, where they fell in love with each other. Their love life was going fine in Delhi without being frowned upon. The problems get to spawn when they decide to talk to their parents about their relationship, especially Aman’s orthodox family. But anyway, they knew problems will arise and they both will stick to their commitment and try to convince parents for their approval.
Being a strong and open-minded person Kartik rarely gets affected by any comments or outsider judgments. But Aman comes from a small town and just the thought of confrontation with the family for his unusual relationship scares him. On the other hand, Kartik is hope-filled that his passionate love and feelings for his partner will definitely melt the Tripathis and make them realize their true love. The storyline is somewhat usual, except the fact that the couple is gay. Actually, this marks a huge difference; the complete story is built upon this thought.
This romantic comedy opens with a bang and just gives the flavor of what the whole film is going to be; a big laughter. The couple is chasing the train for Allahabad where they targeted mission to accomplish. The filmy charm of Kartik and his flamboyance is superb; credit goes to Ayushmann Khurana. Kartik’s uptight yet personal lover Aman is such a niche, Jitendra proves himself the best fit for this character. Undoubtedly, these two have such chiseled acting skills.
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Hitesh Kewalya, the writer-director of the film has done a commendable job at his part. The dialogues, delivery, and direction are just up to mark. He neatly manages to raise the drama and madness and perfectly lowers it down when required. Aman who is from Allahabad has to pay the debt of his father’s sperm by marrying the overtly coy girl that her family has chosen for him. The story ahead remains stitched with the film, let’s not reveal everything here.
All in all, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan is a completely packaged romantic comedy film. It raises the topic which was needed to be raised and maybe in the near future the parents from two-tier small towns or districts will be able to understand and accept their children as they are.
For now, the film is a must-watch, if you love to laugh and enjoy the light comedy.