Bareilly Ki Barfi is the new Hindi romantic comedy film which starring by Kriti Sanon, Rajkummar Rao, and Ayushmann Khurran. The film is finally out to the public and running on all the theatres from this Friday, August 18. From the critics, the film scored good rating but not from the public audience. They felt with mixed feeling about the Ayushmann’s film.
An basic formal has used in this film as triangle love between three lead characters under the pathway of light-hearted comedy between Bitti Mishra (Kriti), Pritam Vidrohi (Rajkummar), and Chirag Dubey (Ayushmann).
Bareilly Ki Barfi (BKB) is the story of love with the mixture of comedy from the beginning to end of the film. Bitti falls in love with Pritam Vidrohi, she admires Pritam’s progressive way of thinking. In other side, Bitti lives with her dream about dance. At some point, Bitti needs help of Chirag Dubey who is the local printing press-owner. From that the triangle comedy love begins in this film. Ingredients of Love (French Book) is the base of creation of the story.
Pankaj Tripathi played as the Bitti’s Father and Seema Bhargava as Bitti’s Mother in this film.
Dangal director Nitesh Tiwari penned this story, so the people are expected more on this film. In the promotional facts, they makers released songs and trailer of the movie which all attracted by the audience easily, especially Sweety Tera Drama and Twist Kamariya created trend of the month.
Bareilly Ki Barfi Movie Review and Rating by the critics: The film covers maximum rating in all department on filming such as Direction, Dialogues, Screenplay, Music. The movie critics mentioned that the rating of visual appeal in the film is low when to compare with others.
Haseena Parkar is pushed to the next month from the date of August 18, so it is the single release of this weekend. While the film still facing a completion against Akshay Kumar’s Toilet: Ek Prem Katha which was released on last weekend.
Few Public audience responses are noted here down about Bareilly Ki Barfi from the Social media:
From the public review about the first half, This is a simple film with a slice of life approach. The film is slowly building up so the second half should be exceptional.