When Kavya Pratap Singh [Alia Bhatt], a chirpy, yet fiesty girl from Ambala, decides to make a trip to Delhi for her marriage shopping, she meets a young, carefree Delhi lad, Humpty Sharma [Varun]. Humpty’s father is the owner of a campus bookstore, where Humpty and his two best friends, Shonty and Poplu, have grown up together and which remains their hangout spot even now.
Kavya is unattainable for Humpty initially, which makes her even more endearing to him. But being a Delhi boy, he is not the one to give up so easily. With some help from his two best friends, he finds out all about her and through an interesting turn of events (including a ploy to save Kavya’s friend Gurpreet’s marriage), they start growing closer to each other.
The more time they spend with each other, their love hate banter grows, but their chemistry is apparent. They are both different, yet very similar as people. They are young, fiesty and carefree, and its the spurge of life which attracts them to each other.
As per plan, once Kavya’s trip ends, she heads back to Ambala, knowing very well that her father, the very strict, yet loving Mr. Singh, would never accept her love for Humpty. But even though they both weren’t looking for love, love happened. So Humpty, accompanied by his two friends, decides to go get Kavya.
That’s the beginning of a journey for him that he wouldn’t have imagined undertaking even in the wildest of his dreams. Humpty, against all odds, decides to convince Kavya’s family to agree to his alliance with her. How he does this and if he succeeds in his mission forms the rest of the story.
Set in contemporary India, where you find details of a girl from facebook, HSKD works primarily because of the two lead actors. Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan may not quite be the Kajol and SRK in intensity, but they have a chemistry which is remarkable. Alia’s growth as an actress has already been proved by her earlier films this year. Varun in the meantime brings along a spontaneity that almost reminds one of Govinda.
The writer manages to sketch some rather entertaining scenes and characters. The hero has his friends who are as entertaining if not more. And of course the patriarch of the girl’s family is played by a very impressive Ashutosh Rana, who finally gets an A-list film after years. This is one actor who has been regretfully underutilized by Bollywood. He does well as he steps into the shoes of Amrish Puri.
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya is yet another example why certain films are called great and the rest are just average. A DDLJ is almost impossible to redo. You do not root for the lead actors in HSKD like you did for SRK and Kajol. Yet, this one is a fun one-time watch for sure. Like any honest celebration of our filmy spirit.
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