"Dum Laga Ke Haisha" has finally brought some relief to Ayushmann Khurrana, as it has opened to good reviews. The film helmed by Sharat Katariya has a very different plot compared to other romantic movies.
The film stars Ayushmann and debutante Bhumi Pednekar in the lead role. According to critics, the film is a cute love story backed by amazing performances of the lead, as well as supporting casts.
The film tells the story of Prem Prakash Tiwari (Ayushmann) who dreams of getting married to a beautiful and slim girl. But he gets married to a fat girl Sandhya (Bhumi Pednekar).
The film also features Sanjay Mishra, Alka Amin, Seema Pahwa and Sheeba Chadda in key roles.
Read the reviews below:
Bollywood Hungama in its review said: "DUM LAGA KE HAISHA is a simple film that will make you smile."
Surabhi Redkar of Koimoi.com said: "After really long, we come across a love story that is real and incredibly believable. Watch Dum Laga Ke Haisha for its natural flavour minus the drama. This film will entertain you throghout its run time."
Mihir Fadnavis of Firstpost said: "Director Katariya keeps things very simple, yet entertaining and relatable. If you've had first hand experience with a situation like the one in which the film's lead couple find themselves, they'll find enough to appreciate in Dum Laga Ke Haisha."
Akshay Kaushal of IBNLive said: "The dialogues are bang on and every sequence has something interesting. #DumLagaKeHaisha. Debutante #BhumiPednekar is cute is the coy bride. #DumLagaKeHaisha
"No matter how you look, if someone has to fall for you, it will happen but you can't force love. A message that #DumLagaKeHaisha gives us."
Subramanian Harikumar of BollywoodLife.com said: "Performance wise Ayushmann shines as an obedient son, who is afraid to speak his heart in front of his dominating father played wonderfully by Sanjay Mishra. Bhumi is a revelation as she pulls of her role effortlessly looking convincing in every frame. The supporting cast deserves kudos as they manage to keep you chuckling now and then with their antics."