Ayushmann Khurrana-Jitendra Kumar’s Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan of one of the interesting releases lined up, cine buffs are looking forward to. Although, the subject makes it a sort of niche film the overall package looks to be suitable for mass content lovers too.
The film has been successful in creating a good pre-release buzz for itself with trailer and other aspects clicking well with the audience.
Let’s a quick look at how the film is faring in Koimoi’s ‘How’s The Hype?’ section:
Arey Pyaar Kar Le song:
Arey Pyaar Kar Le is a dance number and recreation of classic Pyaar Bina Chain Kaha Re. The new touch is given by a composer Tanishk Bagchi. Featuring Ayushmann and Jitendra Kumar, the track has a retro feel to it. Around 79% of people here liked this new version.
Mere Liye Tum Kaafi Ho song:
Apart from acting, Ayushmann gets behind the mic as well this time. The soothing number is composed by Tanishk and penned by Vayu, featuring the leading couple and their romance. 79% of our audience voted in favour.
Pyaar Tenu Karda Gabru song:
The song is the most popular one from the album and is a recreation of Yo Yo Honey Singh and J Star’s Gabru song. Backed by the vocals of Romy and music of Tanishk, the highlight is the dance battle between Ayushmann and Gajraj Rao towards the end. The track received likes from 83% of voters.
Featuring Ayushmann-Jitendra as a gay couple, the trailer captures their dynamic just right, it places the two against the family who is opposing two guys in love, since it is very much a taboo. As per the trailer, the film promises to be humorous treat along with a good message. Around 79% audience appreciated it.
Poster ft. Ayushmann Khurrana:
It features Ayushmann running away metaphorically from all the society’s usual perception as could be seen in the form where bride and grooms could be seen running in the background. 83% of our ‘public’ voted in favour.
On the whole, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan has fetched a THUMBS UP from 81% of our voters. Going by its pre-release hype seems like the film has managed to garner the attention of a wider section of audience thus looking forward to really a good start. It will be interesting to see if it beats Bala (10.15 crores) to become Ayushmann’s highest opener owing to competition from Vicky Kaushal’s Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship.
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