As Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan marked 1 yr, right here we’ve listed a couple of fascinating dialogues from the movie which can make you chuckle out loud.
“Love has no gender – compassion has no faith,” Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar completely justified the well-known quote in 2020’s tremendous hit movie Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. Helmed by Hitesh Kewalya, the romantic comedy movie depicted the story of two same-sex lovers Kartik Singh (Ayushmann) and Aman Tripathi (Jitendra). At this time, the movie Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan clocks one yr because it was launched on February 21, 2020. It’s a sequel to the 2017 movie Shubh Mangal Saavdhan which starred Ayushmaan and Bhumi Pednekar in lead roles.
Nevertheless, in Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, aside from Ayushmann and Jitendra, it additionally starred Neena Gupta and Gajraj Rao in lead roles. The story of the movie revolved round Aman and Kartik, who work collectively in New Delhi and later when their romantic relationship blossoms they determine to go to Allahabad on the event of Aman’s sister wedding ceremony to confront Aman’s educated dad and mom. However their journey takes a distinct flip. Aman, as a small-town man, fears the impression of his confrontation along with his dad and mom. Whereas alternatively, Kartik aka Ayushmann leaves no stone unturned to specific his love for his accomplice. Ayushmann character within the movie was proven as passionate, logical and daring by nature.
Nevertheless, a steamy make-out scene in a practice between Aman and Kartik turns every part the wrong way up. Neena Gupta, who performed the position of Aman’s mom tries to know her son’s scenario and ache whereas Gajraj Rao, who essayed the position of Aman’s father, makes it inconceivable for his son and his lover’s like to blossom any additional.
Ayushmann aka Kartik’s infectious power was a delight to observe on the display whereas Jitendra’s poker-face helped to take care of the relatability issue all through the movie. Even the supporting actors had been superb.
Aside from being a comedy movie, the story has a social relevance as effectively. It has talked about same-sex love, which a number of individuals in our society nonetheless think about it as taboo and a ‘sin’.
In line with IANS report, now because the movie turned 1 at this time, Ayushmann Khurrana has talked in regards to the same-sex relationship which was the primary spotlight within the movie. He mentioned, “Taboo matters should be continuously addressed by means of our cinema as a result of it could actually actually assist alter the mindset of individuals.” He additional elaborated that it takes numerous effort and time to normalise taboo topics and convey about constructive adjustments in society. “I”m glad that we tried to contribute in direction of making the dialog about same-sex relationships in India mainstream by means of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan,” the actor added.
Now, on the primary anniversary of the movie, right here we’ve listed a couple of hilarious dialogues which can tickle your humorous bone.
“Tuje kya lagta hai saathve phere par image freeze ho jayegi..“The Finish”, Comfortable Ending naa… beta suhagraat se tera Roadies shuru hoga kar payega activity Banega Roadie?”
“Supreme Court docket jin pataakhon par bahas kar rahe hai naa apne aangan mein futt rahe hai”
“Katik ko maine pehli baar dekha tha .. meri badi hogi thi …putli aankhon ki putliyaa badi ho gayi thi…”
“Shankar Tripathi bimar bahut bimar uss bimari ka naam hai Homophobia”
“Jack and Johnny went up the hill to reside in love and laughter … Jack ki leli papa ne aur Johnny chup gaya bhaagkar”
“Shaadiyan mahurat se hoti hai … par pyar ka koi mahurat nahi hota hai … na rang hota hai … aur na koi ling hota hai”
“Roz humein ladai ladni padti hai zindagi mein … par joh ladai pariwar ke saath hoti hai woh saari ladaiyon mein sabse badi aur khatarnak hoti hai”
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