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Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017)

Set in the small-town of Bareilly, Bitti is a free-spirited young girl who lives life on her own terms and refuses to be pressured into getting married. Her life takes a shift when she meets Chirag Dubey and Pritam Vidrohi.

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Chirag Dubey
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Bitti Mishra
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Narottam Mishra (as Pankaj Tripathy)
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Bitti (Kriti Sanon) is a young contemporary girl in Uttar Pradesh, who works in complaint department of electricity board and is the apple of her father's eye. Like most Indian mothers, Bitti's mother wants to see her daughter get married to a nice man from a good family. Bitti, however, wants a husband who understands her and more importantly, who accepts her exactly the way she is. A suitor comes but after knowing his disgusting mindset, she lies about not being a virgin and gets rejected. Her mother gets irritated with constant rejections but father understands her. She gets heartbroken after hearing her parents conversation and later pours her heart out before her father who consoles and cheer her. That night she leaves her house and despite not knowing to go anywhere takes a train. Meanwhile, for time pass she also buys a book from the platform. She feels she has found that special someone when she reads a book called 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' and finds herself described and accepted ... Written by subratjain1

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Kriti actually learnt to smoke for the film. See more »

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When Bitti mishra is at railway station there's an announcement that Amritsar-jamnagar train is delayed. First of all there's no direct train between those two places. And secondly railway station is in barielly, uttar pradesh. So that train can't come to that station. Because Bareilly doesn't fall between Amritsar & jamnagar. See more »

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Nazm Nazm
Written by Arko Pravo Mukherjee
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Confused character portrayal turns this supposedly pure sweet film into sheer bitterness
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When you don't know the ingredients of a dessert but have fascinated with that name and try to cook that, ends comes like this only. Main lead character Chirag Dubey (Ayushman Khurana) was conceived as male lead but sketched with grey shade for surprise factor, which ends up with establishing him almost negative. This thing shifts sympathy to another character ( Pritam Vidrohi) in the drama who was supposed to be second lead. When sad song comes with point of view of Chirag, you feel as an audience that instead of this there should be love song with the point of Vidrohi. See how wrong portrayal of characters smashed the emotional impact. Story line is, a pseudo writer books, stops a girl escaping from house because she finds girl of that novel is just like her. She falls for writer and searches him with the help of that pseudo writer, who falls for her but never tells to her and rest things happens. Sounds so lame and stale na? Bariley name in title gives hint that movie would be grounded but it never touch it rather that deliberate diction of male and female lead to hold the accent. Characterization is so bad that suddenly a heart broken lover turns a writer then goon, then manipulator then coward. Even he says on serious note that "Maine Pados Ke Bachche Ko Aam Ke Ped Par Chada Diya Hai, Neeche Utra Toh Aam Khyenge Aur Gir Ke Mar Gaya Toh Terahavin Ka Bhoj Khayenge". This line was of supposed male lead lines but sounds like typical villain. A meek Pritam Vidrohi turns to be rebellious in a moment!? Pre climax is so long and boring. Who reads letter in his marriage ceremony!? In Barely or any small town, do any parents fix daughter marriage without even at least asking about groom's parent!? Dialogue wise every character speaks in rhyming way even narrator too!? Over dose of it irritates. Performance wise Raj Kumar Rao as Pritam Vidrohi is fantastic. There was literally any scope for him but he found so many layers in that. Pankaj Tripathi as girl's father and Seema Pahwa as mother are very good. Kriti Sanon is OK. Rohit Chaudaray as Munna is fine.


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