Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Parineeti Chopra, Sanjai Mishra
Director: Prashant Singh
Any person who belongs to the state of Bihar so, he or she will reveal you that how Biharis are involved in the way to solve all domestic glitches as Bihari people have great expertise to sort out the problems in life. And one of such solution resolving method of Pakadwa Vivaah or forced marriage has been shown in this film of Jabariya Jodi. Typically, this confused way of marriages is done by putting straight on-gunpoint that is optional when it comes to high dowry demands from families of would-be grooms, as this is concerning the notion of social justice without a doubt.
The film director Prashant Singh’s Jabariya Jodi is a movie that also appears a love tale by the above-mentioned idea.
Abhay Singh (Siddharth Malhotra) and Babli Yadav (Parineeti Chopra) both are childhood beloveds who have separated the ways when Babli turned and shifted to a town with her parents. She is nurtured to be a cheerful, happy-go-lucky girl who utmost love all youths with their head full of stupid romantic ideas. We find an indication of that at the beginning when she blows the man who just gave an idea for an escape plan.
Abhay, in contrast, is in not at all rush to find himself a perfect bride for him. However, in spite of this, he is available there as a full of zip supporter of Pakadwa Shaadi with obtaining greedy grooms who tied a knot on gunpoint. He is supported by his father Hukam Singh (Jaaved Jaaferi) a native powerful man, Abhay at that time deeply contemplates of this suspicious performance as social work, and which will assist his hike in local legislation.
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When the two characters come across and meet another time, it triggers get reawakened, but not they are adequate to induce Abhay of moving around with the saat pheras with Babli. Abhay’s unwillingness stalks not more from being an actor, on the other hand, his pretty unsupported worries of moving towards it. His qualms that he will finally grow to be an impolite spouse like his father, although this makes him fall back from the idea of nuptial.
The venue of the film and the complete structure of the leading roles provide a superb opportunity to the artists to show their abilities. And they have successfully done it. Parineeti Chopra and Siddharth Malhotra who were appeared together for Hasee Toh Phasee, they did share well on-screen interaction which greatly assists the film vastly. Parineeti as the sparkling Babli- rather she has learned- is fascinating and Siddharth is seen in this film with his calm, thoughtful and however exasperatingly jumbled Abhay work well inside the movie.
Sanjai Mishra who played a role of Babli’s father, Neeraj Sood, Chandan Roy Sanyal and Aparshakti Khurrana they all did excel in this film. Above all, a worth mentioning are Mishra and Sood in the family and kinsfolks permutation, entertaining the viewers at all moments while they were playing on a screen.
Honestly, I enjoyed this film and this film has also given a lesson about society and marriages. Jabariya Jodi efforts have appeared with a change and also they dedicate a little more consideration to facts, the film would have innovatively been the hit movie to a theatre. According to indiashoppers, the movie has grasped great attention of the audiences.
Frankly speaking that music of this film is not so up-to-mark at all, yes we enjoyed it. Like, ‘Zilla Hilela’ is the one track in the film that counterpart with the movie’s complete story and environment. ‘Khadke Glassy’ is also a pleasant song that appears in the close credit. ‘Dhoonde Akhiyaan’ acts because of better roles. ‘Khwabfaroshi’, ‘Ki Honda Pyaar’ and ‘Macchardani’ are second-rate. Joel Crasto’s contextual mark is melodramatic. Bosco Martis’ composition (‘Khadke Glassy’) and Adil Shaikh’s choreography (‘Zilla Hilela’) is perfect. You can also apply for Videographer jobs to know about this field.
In conclusion, JABARIYA JODI is a decent comic and amazingly acts because of the new and innovative idea of enforced marriages, acts and entertaining and amusing exchange of ideas. It has given a great hit to the box office.
Most of the rating comes with 3.5/5