Happy Bhag Jayegi trailer featuring Diana Penty and Abhay Deol has lastly launched and seems to be yet another crazy, unique film from the creators of Tanu Weds Manu. The film is an enchanting crazy generated by Anand L. Rai and Krishika Lulla. Film is published and instructed by Mudassar Aziz. The film also celebrities Jimmy Shergill and Ali Fazal in essential positions.
The film trailer was published at The Kapil Sharma Show on Thursday. Diana performs Satisfied, a energetic, free-spirited lady who has left from her own wedding. Diana is seen discussing proficient Punjabi. Jimmy Shergill is enjoying Daman Singh Bagga, who is an effective politician and wants to get wedded to Satisfied. Whereas Ali Fazal enjoying Guddu is Happy’s simple fan. Abhay Deol is enjoying Bilal Ahmed, a wonderful and wealthy man from the other part of the boundary.
Bilal from Pakistan narrates and presents you to main figures. The use of Urdu terms and overall tone is relaxing. The character of the movie, Satisfied unintentionally passes across the boundary and what comes out is an account full of changes and changes packed with a variety of very crazy, crazy minutes. The movie also needs a light observe on the India-Pakistan interaction . In one field, Satisfied is seen providing Native Indian forex observe to a Pakistani auto-walla. In another field, Bilal’s girlfriend concerns Bilal and Satisfied about their connection. Later Satisfied is seen kidnapped by some people in Pakistan , but Satisfied doesn’t seem a bit anxious by her kidnappers.
Romantic minutes also adhere to with Abhay enjoying Satisfied for her untroubled soul. Last but not the least, we observe an frustrated Jimmy going to Pakistan to get back her new bride and places blame on Pakistan for having performed nasty in his wedding. All because of this suspense, misunderstandings, and expectation. The disorder that is a fundamental element of all Anand L Rai films is obvious in the movie trailer. All in all, the movie trailer seems like a cheerful guarantee.
While this is the second movie for Diana Penty after Mixture, we are also seeing Abhay — who does content-driven theatre — after a reasonable time on-screen.