· Top notch humour (specially in the first half) will make you die laughing
· Next level funny dialogues by Raaj Shaandilya goes with you after the film even
· Serious and touchy message in the last speech of Ayushmann is worth watching the whole film for
· Songs are equally good as of plot of the film
· Overdramatic second half makes you feel bored at many points and that’s the only thing I feel a bit down
Plot: Karam (Ayushmann) is badly need a job but he doesn’t get any. He then accidently reach to a call center and asks for a job. Mr. W (Rajesh Sharma) denies him as that’s female calls center but Ayushmann shows his talent by taking a call. Mr. W gets impressed and gives him the job now everyone wants Pooja (Ayushmann) as he or she is good with the talks. On the other hand Karam’s love story is going on with Maahi (Nushrat). But she doesn’t know about his job.
Karam earns well with this job but starts getting disappointed by playing dual personality and hiding his truth from Maahi. He also thinks he is playing with many people life who think that he is Pooja. What happens in the climax and how his secret gets broken is climax of Dream Girl.
Screenplay: Dream Girl screenplay is engaging and fast.
Ayushmann Khurrana is as good as always. He has nailed it as pooja and Karam both.
Nushrat Bharucha gets lesser scope and screen time but she is fine as per her job and expressions
Annu Kapoor gives a top-notch performance as Ayushmann’s father and has good scope & screentime
Manjot Singh is perfect in this supporting role as Smiley Singh. He also looks very handsome in the entire film
Rest of the supporting cast is also fine as per their jobs.
Direction: Raaj Shaandilya, who has also written Dream Girl, is very good with the direction despite a bit of weaker second half.
Music: Dream Girl’s songs are also good and foot tapping.
The Last Word: Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha ‘Dream Girl’ is fresh script with top-notch humour and few solid one-liners.
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