Director:Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
Cast:Rajkummar Rao, Ayushmann Khurrana, Kriti Sanon
Banner:Junglee Pictures, BR Studios
Producer:Vineet Jain, Renu R. Chopra
Music:Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Tanishk Bagchi, Samira Koppikar, Sameer Uddin, Vayu
Release Dt :Aug, 18 2017
Bareilly Ki Barfi Story
Bareilly Ki Barfi is all about bubbly girl Bitti Mishra (Kriti Sanon) based in Bareilly. Her parents raise her like a son after which they face the real challenge as she rejects several guys for marriage. One fine day, she happens to read the book Bareilly Ki Barfi after she plans to run away from home.The rest of the film is all about Bitti meeting Chirag Dubey (Ayushmann Khurrana) and Pritam Vidhrohi (Rajkumar Rao) and what happens next. Watch Bareilly Ki Barfi to know about the complete story.
Bareilly Ki Barfi Analysis
Bareilly Ki Barfi has been inspired from a French novel 'Ingredients of Love'. The movie has been adopted as per the nativity of Uttar Pradesh. The first half of Bareilly Ki Barfi has been entertaining however most of the episodes look dragged and some of them spotted unnecessary. The performances by the lead actors and the songs have been decent which makes the first half of Bareilly Ki Barfi passable.
The second half of Bareilly Ki Barfi struggles as the director misses the major plot. Focused much on unwanted issues, the second half of Bareilly Ki Barfi is an utter disappointment. Once again, the lead actors top the show and it is the entertainment which makes the film sound decent at times. The climax looks simple and on the whole, the second half of Bareilly Ki Barfi fails to live up the expectations.
Kriti Sanon delivered her career’s best performance in the film. This upcoming actress has been honest and she has been an eye feast on screen. Her confidence levels have been visible on screen and her performance is one among the major highlights of the film. Ayushmann Khurrana steps out with an interesting and never assigned role with Bareilly Ki Barfi. He has been extremely convincing and does his job well. Rajkumar Rao who loves to experiment has once again a challenging character on board. All the other actors delivered out their best with the film.
The story of Bareilly Ki Barfi has been interesting and the screenplay looks confusing. The dialogues look decent and the music looks soothing. The background score looks decent and it is the cinematography that drives the film completely. The production values look decent and the director managed to entertain the audience thoroughly but fails to make a strong impact on the whole. The editing has been ok and the first half needs to be chopped well. The movie has been technically sound enough.
Bareilly Ki Barfi Final Word
Kriti Sanon, Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkumar Rao tops the show with their flawless performances throughout the film however the unwanted content and the dragged episodes kill the film.