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Bala Movie Review: Ayushmann Khurrana's 'Bala'

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Ayushmann Khurrana has given superhit films continuously in the last two years. Ayushmann Khurrana, who has become the king of tremendous content and brilliant humor, has brought the next film on the issue of ‘baldness’ in men, titled ‘Bala’. Yes, the story of a bald whose name is due to his beautiful hair. Know what has Ayushman brought to the box office as ‘Bala’ this time. The story is the story of Balmukund Shukla i.e. Bala (Ayushman Khurana), who loves his silky and shiny hair. From school time, Bala is Shahrukh Khan of Kanpur, on which many school girls die. But then comes the period of youth when Bala’s ‘Baal’ starts saying goodbye to him and from here the battle to regain him. Bala adopts tips from all over the world to bring her hair back and in the meantime, she also loves. Due to bringing back the hair, Bala finally adopts a great tip and then starts a bang. ‘Bala’ is ahead of ‘baldness’ First of all, let me make it clear that ‘Bala’ is not just a story of baldness. ‘Ganjapan’ is the story of the main character of this film but this film goes far beyond that, encompasses a lot and all the praise to director Amar Kaushik for giving this ‘coffee’ in a fantastic package of 2 hours. Amar Kaushik, who started his journey as a director in Bollywood with a brilliant film like ‘Stree’ last year, should not be expected less than ‘Bala’. This film connects every person who has been listening to taunts about his shortcomings and shortcomings in his life. Where many people learn to live with these taunts, then many do everything to fit themselves in these scales of beauty, like Bala. bala, ayushmann khurranaThe force of ‘Kanpur’ is a strong fabric

Before talking about the performance or any other aspect of this film, let me tell you that the biggest heroes of the film are its dialogues which are fantastic. Not just the actor, the words coming out of almost every character’s mouth could not be missed. Interestingly, actors like Ayushmann Khurrana, Rajkumar Rao have now completely erased the streak between ‘content-driven films’ and ‘masala’ films. Bala is a fun entertainment film which has a lot of spice and a lot of content. Amar Kaushik has captured the tone of ‘Kanhepur’ (Kanpur) in a great way so it will be a lot of fun.

Talking about the three main characters of the film, Ayushman also wins hearts this time. He is so convincing in his role that you feel connected to his suffering, his pain. Bhumi is also brilliant in her character. Yami Gautam’s character is very funny and he has caught his character till the end. Especially when the fairy (Yami) of Lucknow, who lives in the world of tick-talk, starts crying in Punjabi saying ‘Hi Rabba’. The background score of this film is also praised and especially when Bala puts a wig on her hair, the music is overwhelming. Although the film has many accolades, but some sequels like Bala going to school reunion during her divorces seem strange for a few moments. I will say that ‘Bala’ is another box office officer of Ayushman Khurana and it is tremendous You must go to theaters to see the shot. This film gets 4 stars from my side . Also read:

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