Badrinath Ki Dulhania Review: It will color your Holi Celebrations!

Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt starrer “Badrinath ki Dulhania” is a complete entertainer of a movie where the two play lovebirds in the city of Kota and Jhansi. Their chemistry has been sizzling like it was in their first movie together “Student of the Year” or the first part of this series “Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania”.

The director Shashank Khaitan has ensured that his actors don’t go over the top, but they leave an impact on the audience.

The Plot

AS the name suggests, the movie is about marriage of the leading pair, but it can’t be an easy affair. Varun plays the role of Badrinath, a sahukar of the village’s son who meets Vaideshi at a marriage ceremony and instantly falls in love at the first sight. Alia, who plays Vaideshi is like a different thinking girl as compared to most girls from villages where she has a spine and is an aspiring youngster who wants to be self-reliant and independent. Here starts the hard work for our hero who does not miss any opportunity to woo his love Vaideshi but is never deterred by not getting the right response from her. Finally, she agrees to marry him, but only on one condition, that we can’t reveal and for that, you need to watch the movie.


Not only do Alia and Varun play absolutely beautiful performances of their role so do the supporting cast like the father of the groom and the friend who runs a marriage bureau have played their parts considerably well.

Technical Aspect

As the movie has been produced under Dharma Production the music compiled has to be great and so is the inclusion of Tamma Tamma which makes it more special. The cinematography of the movie is good and some of the shots between Alia and Varun have been shot so well that you will like to watch them again and again.


The movie is good for the performances of Alia and Varun, wonderful songs and choreography; costumes also have a certain attraction in them.


Sometimes, the flick seems to be slow or stagnant as style has played a very important role. In fact, it surpasses the story at times, and a major drawback is that even before entering the theatre, you know what the climax of the movie is going to be.

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