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Happy Bhag Jayegi Dvd

Happy, a vibrant Indian girl, elopes on the day of her wedding so that she can marry Guddu, the man she loves. She mistakenly arrives at the home of a Pakistani politician where chaos ensues.

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Happy Bhag Jayegi (lit. ‘Happy Will Run Away’) is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film, written and directed by Mudassar Aziz, and produced by Aanand L. Rai and Krishika Lulla. It stars Diana Penty as the eponymous character; a free-spirited bride-to-be from Amritsar who runs away from her wedding ceremony and inadvertently arrives in Lahore, Pakistan. The production features an ensemble cast consisting of Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Sheirgill, Ali Fazal, and Momal Sheikh.

Aziz began writing for the film in 2012 and later approached Rai to produce it. Happy Bhag Jayegi was conceived as a “cross-border” romantic comedy and was originally titled Dolly Lahore Mein. Although a large part of the film is set in Lahore, the film was primarily shot in Chandigarh and Amritsar with Saurabh Goswami working as the director of photography. The film featured Pakistani actors and is Sheikh’s Bollywood debut. The music for Happy Bhag Jayegi was composed by Sohail Sen and released under the label of Eros Music. Eros International acquired the worldwide distribution rights for the production, which runs for 126 minutes in its final cut.

Happy Bhag Jayegi was released theatrically in India on 19 August 2016; it opened to mixed responses from film critics, who appreciated the performances of the ensemble cast and the humour. Criticism was focused on its scattered screenplay, inconsistent tone, and relatively poor characterisation of the central character. Despite mixed reviews the film performed well at the box office, collecting over ₹765 million against a production budget of ₹200 million. It was considered a sleeper hit by media outlets in India. A sequel titled Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi was released on 24 August 2018.


Harpreet “Happy” Kaur (Diana Penty) is supposed to marry businessman Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill) in Amritsar, India, but has planned to elope with her musician boyfriend Guddu (Ali Fazal) . She inadvertently finds herself aboard a lorry destined for Lahore; she is trapped inside a fruit basket that is delivered to the house of Bilal Ahmed (Abhay Deol), the local governor’s son. Meanwhile, in Amritsar, Guddu is taken hostage by Bagga.

After fleeing Bilal’s house, Happy creates a ruckus at a local marketplace and is arrested by police officer Usman Afridi (Piyush Mishra). The officer informs Bilal, who decides to arrange for Happy’s deportation. Unwilling to return to Amritsar, Happy blackmails Bilal into helping her using a contrived story about her being abducted by Bilal and his father. Bilal is then confronted by his fiancée Zoya (Momal Sheikh), who initially suspects him of having an affair with Happy. Zoya later suggests bringing Guddu to Lahore, have him marry Happy there, and deport them together. Bilal begrudgingly agrees to help Happy but has difficulty keeping her a secret from his father and struggles to keep Happy reined in. Bilal finds himself attracted to Happy, who develops a close friendship with him and Zoya.

When Bilal’s father travels to China for two weeks, he decides to go to India with Afridi to rescue Guddu. They pose as members of a Lahore-based music company and persuade Bagga they want Guddu to perform for their production in Lahore. Bagga realises their subterfuge and helplessly watches them board a bus to Lahore from Attari. He hires goons who abduct Happy from Bilal’s house and sets off to Lahore along with Happy’s father. Afridi arrests Bagga upon arrival and Happy’s father escapes.

Afridi rescues Happy, who re-unites with Guddu. Completely smitten with Happy, Bilal begins to avoid Zoya but reconciles with her later. Happy’s father, in his desperate attempts to find his daughter, is mistaken for an Indian spy who is planning to kill Bilal’s father. Bilal, arranges for Happy’s marriage to Guddu at a mass wedding event. Having escaped prison, Bagga also arrives at the mass wedding disguised as a groom. The event turns chaotic when Happy’s father makes a frenzied attempt to get the governor’s attention using a police officer’s gun. Happy marries Guddu and they head to the airport chased by Happy’s father, Bilal and Zoya, and Bagga and his goons who lose track of the group. Before boarding the flight to Amritsar, Happy seeks validation from her father, who obliges. She embraces Zoya and Bilal and departs.

In a post-credits scene, Bagga seeks support for his election campaign at a public rally with Happy and Guddu in attendance; he declares himself the couple’s saviour. Onlookers react with complete bafflement, much to the duo’s amusement.


Diana Penty as Harpreet Kaur aka Happy
Abhay Deol as Bilal Ahmed
Ali Fazal as Gurdeep Singh aka Guddu
Momal Sheikh as Zoya
Jimmy Sheirgill as Daman Singh Bagga
Lankesh Bhardwaj as Rajinder
Kanwaljit Singh as Happy’s Father
Javed Sheikh as Javed Ahmed, Bilal’s Father
Piyush Mishra as Usman Afridi
Jagat Rawat as Fakhru
Ayesha Raza Mishra as Rifat Bi
Ashu Sharma as Winkle


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