The Film “Badhai Ho Badhai” has caused a buzz with the release. The flick was released this week on Thursday, October 18, 2018, and stars Ayushman Khurana [VIDEO] and Neena Gupta in lead roles along with Sanya Malhotra.

The film is directed by Amit Ravindernath Sharma and is produced by Vineet Jain, Hemant Bhandari and Aleya Sen under the auspices of Junglee Pictures and Chrome Pictures.

Neena and Ayushman perfect for their roles

The theme of the film is fresh, and both the lead actors, Neena Gupta, and Ayushman Khurana have essayed unique characters in their past films. Ayushman Khurana has already made with his role in Vicky Donor and never shirks from taking up controversial and taboo subjects.

His latest film “Badhai Ho Badhai” also falls in the same genre. It is a story of a son who is trying to cope up with the fact that his mother has become pregnant. Neena Gupta who plays [VIDEO] the mother is perfect for the roles and has played many gritty characters in the past.

Watch trailer video:

The movie is different in many senses, and this can be seen in the trailer where a boy discusses his mother’s pregnancy with his girlfriend. Shantanu Shrivastava and Akshat have written this amazing story.

Audiences will get to see Neena Gupta who is reappearing on the screen after a long hiatus. Ayushman Khurana who has endeared himself to his audiences with his performance in “Andhadhun” is sure to impress in this film also.

The movie was earlier fixed to be released on 19 October 2018 but was released one day earlier than planned on 18 October 2018. The makers of the film were forced to do this because of upcoming Dushera festivities which could affect the Box Office collections of the movie.

Audience response:

The flick got mostly positive response from moviegoers.

Breaking Taboo

Romance is often considered a sin among elders of our society and “Badhai Ho Badhai” has tried to tackle the taboo topic hilariously. Most Indian middle-class families have a preconceived notion that sex and romance become extinct when the children of the parents grow up. This movie tries to break this myth.

NDTV gave the film 3.5 stars out of 5 and wrote; "This is a family drama with a difference whose appeal stems from the confident and steady manner in which it unfolds.

Badhaai Ho is relatable despite the fact that it deals with a situation that isn't all that common, in real life or in cinema. It is certainly worth a visit to the multiplex."