5 Reasons Why People Are Loving The Movie “Dream Girl”
Set against the backdrop of Mathura, the Ayushmann Khurrana starrer “Dream Girl” is setting the box office on fire. People are going bonkers over this unusual and unpredictable comedy! Wedding Affair gives you 5 reasons why people are loving the movie “Dream Girl.”
The very first and obvious reason why we are in love with the movie “Dream Girl” is Ayushmann, where he is seen playing a woman’s role (yes, you read that right!). This versatile actor can pull off any character and role with utmost grace and perfection. After giving several hits, he has once again proved himself to be the best amongst the rest! We love, love, love him, whether he plays a girl or a boy.
“Dream Girl” is an unpredictable comedy that will keep you glued to the screen until the very end. You can grab a box of popcorn and sit through the whole movie and have an amazing time with your family and friends. The script, as well as the direction, is excellent. It is nothing less than a total family package!
“Dream Girl” is not a light hearted or a subtle but a broad minded comedy. In the movie, Ayushmann has a special gift in which he can speak or even act like a girl. He works in a call centre where he talks with guys in a very mesmerizing voice to intimidate men who call to talk about relationships and companionships. He even plays Sita’s role in various Ramleela events. It throws light on the fact that it is okay if guys want to show their feminine side, once in a while. It also lays its focus on inter-caste marriages.
Songs And The Cast
Our hearts are singing and toes are tapping to the beats of the super-hit songs “Dil ka Telephone” and “Radhe Radhe.” These songs are totally in tune with the movie. The cast of the movie includes – Ayushmann Khurrana, Nushrat Bharucha, Manjot Singh and the veteran actor Annu Kapoor. Apart from Ayushmann, Annu Kapoor has blown our minds with his punch lines and comedy timing.
5. It Resonates With The Masses
The young, as well as the old,, can sit and enjoy the movie together. As the movie is set up in the background of a small town- Mathura, the metros as well as the small cities, can relate to it.