- Few punches and one liner
- Sidharth Malhotra’s dabangg character (weak at some point)
- Weak direction is the biggest drawback
- Length of the film
- Confused character writing specially for Sidharth Malhotra
Plot: Abhay Singh (Sidharth Malhotra) and Babli Yadav (Parineeti Chopra) are childhood lovers. Babli’s family shifted to Patna and they both get apart. Now Abhay Singh looks after his dad’s business and kidnap grooms for needy girls in favor of money that’s called Jabariya marriage. In a jabariya marriage Babli and Abhay meet each other and both recognized each other. Babli still feels for Abhay but Abhay is a changed person now.
He only acts like he loves Babli but he is very clear about his political career. Babli wants to marry him but he denies and felt later that he also started loving Babli. Now Babli doesn’t want him as usually happens in Bollywood.
What happens to their love and egos gets uncovered by the climax.
Screenplay: It goes smoothly but makes you bored at many points. Last half an hour seems burden and dragged.
- Sidharth Malhotra as Abhay Singh looks handsome and leaves his marks but seems dull post interval.
- Parineeti Chopra as Babli looks as general as she always does. She doesn’t look fresh and fit into the character.
- Aparshakti Khurrana as Santosh has his moments but there is bugs in his character writing.
- Javed Jaffrey as Abhay’s father also as antagonist is damn good with his job.
- Sanjay Mishra as Duniya Lal or Babli’s father is fine as he doesn’t have that scope
- Rest of the cast is okay including Sheeba Chadha.
Direction: Prashant Singh’s direction is the weakest point of the film.
Music: Music has good in the script but it doesn’t seem equally good as at some points.
Last Word: Jabariya Jodi is not worth watching but if you have lots of time to pass 😛 then you can give it a chance.
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