Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan, which has graced the silver screen today, is all set to become an all-time super-hit family entertainer! Starring one of the most loved on-screen couples – the very unconventional Binnu Dhillon and Kavita Kaushik, VJV follows a storyline of comedy with a twist.
Produced by A&A Advisors in association with Naughty Men Productions, VJV is directed comedy-specialist of our Ballewood – the one and only Smeep Kang himself. the silver screen on July 13, 2018. Starring the most-loved latest on screen duo of Ballewood, Binnu Dhillon and Kavita Kaushik, Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan follows the storyline of a comedy & drama genre.
Tickling a funny bone of the audiences, the movie which is written by Vaibhav Suman & Shreya Srivastava, traces the duo’s initial fairytale encounter to their wedding day; putting forth a hilarious set of incidences, (some of them deeply convoluted) which are sure to keep the audiences entertained from the very onset to the end.
The best part about Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan is that despite based on the usual comic plot, VJV is not your run-of-the-mill Punjabi comedy. This is a film where the story itself is one delicious gooey cake and the dialogues are just the ‘icing on the cake’ instead of the cake itself. This means, unlike many Punjabi comedies, VJV is a situational comedy which is written in a such an intelligent way that it’s the circumstances which the characters find themselves entangled with that make you laugh and not the slapstick.
For instance, the plot itself with the lead character suffering from temporary blindness on his wedding day itself is a never-before-attempted one. On top of that, the class performances by Binnu Dhillon and team (Gurpreet Ghuggi and Karamjit Anmol) just make the film a terrific entertainer. Though dialogues in our cinema, are always the strength but sometimes filmmakers go too loud and overboard with them. Instead of focusing on the storyline, they depend on just the witty-liners exceedingly which gets monotonous and dreary after some point. However, the good news is that VJV doesn’t suffer from this issue and the Smeep Kang delivers a different film this time.
Another great factor which can bring this film on the platform of unforgettable Punjabi movies is the choice of the leading lady. Kavita Kaushik, who rocked with Binnu Dhillon in Vekh Baraatan Challiyan last year, complements her reel-life hero remarkably well in VJV too. The hardwork put in by Kavita Kaushik in improvising her Punjabi speaking skills shows on screen and nowhere does she seem like a misfit to this role. This jodi of Binnu and Kavita is a sure-shot hit and hopefully, we shall see this pair more often ahead.
Jaswinder Bhalla, B.N. Sharma and Karamjit Anmol are their usual best and Gurpreet Ghuggi is certainly first-rate. Roles of the rest of the actors are tailor made for them and it seems like the entire team has given their all in making VJV not just a superb film but also a ‘hatke’ film.
Final Verdict: Depicting the rom-com in a first-of-its-kind manner, we feel Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan will certainly make history, whose legacy shall be carried forward akin to Carry on Jatta, Jatt & Juliett and the likes.