Reasons to watch the Ayushmaan Khurrana and Bhoomi Pednekar film. The film is about, Mudit and Sugandha are all set to marry, however, two days prior to their wedding, Mudit realises he suffers from an erectile dysfunction, which almost sabotages their wedding after both the families get involved. Leading to a comical mess, Mudit attempts to treat his medical condition, using all the possible quacks.
After the success of ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi,’ Ayushmann Khurrana is definitely at the height of popularity.
On the other hand, actress Bhoomi Pednekar too is enjoying some glory after her film ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ became a big hit.
Now, these two super talented actors are coming together to release their upcoming romantic comedy ‘Shubh Mangal Saavdhan’.
Which will be hit on the screens on September 1, 2017. The trailer of the film has been really well received and has made everyone highly anticipate the film.
Here are some reasons why you should watch the movie
Both Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar have established themselves as seasoned actors individually.This was evident in ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’.
Innovative director R.S.Prasanna is the another reason to watch the movie .
Director R.S. Prasanna who is helming this film is foraying into Bollywood, but there is already a lot of promise in the man. He was the director of the Tamil film ‘Kalyana Samayal Saadham’ , which inspired 'Shubh Mangal Saavdhan'. The film was a critical success when it came out in 2013, and apparently producer Aanand L Rai saw so much potential in the filmmaker, that he was ready to bankroll the remake. So it goes without saying that with such firm production backing him, there must be something unique about the filmmaker. It remains to be seen if he can make an impact with the film or not.
Shubh Mangal Saavdhan’ deals with the sensitive issue of erectile dysfunction and impotency.
Of course, a topic like this can turn vulgar real fast but it looks like the makers have managed to still keep the movie family-friendly. From the trailer, it is clear that the focus is on the topic of erectile dysfunction and still it is dealt with in such a lighthearted and subtle manner that makes it very tasteful. It is amazing how the makers have managed to walk that fine line without becoming cheap or slapstick. Hopefully, the film will be as good as the trailer.
One of the biggest plus points for the movie are the dialogues, which is nothing short of a gold mine.
Filled with innuendos and jokes, there are some really funny dialogues which were shown in the trailer. For example when Bhumi’s mother is talking with her about her first night, and says, “Aurat ka shareer rahasya ka khazana hota hai. Ek band gufa main rehta hai. Aur yeh gufa kab khulti hai pata hai? Suhaag raat wale din khulti hai, aur chalees chor ke liye nahi khulti sirf Ali baba ke liye khulti hai.” Or when Ayushmann’s dad hilariously says, “Woh mera launda hai, uska kuch bhi nanha sa nahi ho sakta.” Looks like the audience is in for a treat with such great dialogues.