JugJugg Jeeyo review: A reel of reviews


JugJugg Jeeyo starring Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, Kiara Advani, and Prajakta Koli hit the silver screen on June 24. Helmed by Raj Mehta, the film only sold 15,500 tickets during advance reservations till Wednesday morning.

The comedy-drama is out for the audience to watch and so are the reviews. Written by Anurag Singh, Sumit Batheja, Rishhabh Sharrma, and Neeraj Udhwani, the plot of the film revolves around childhood sweethearts Kukoo Saini, played by Varun Dhawan and Naina Sharma, played by Kiara Advani. The couple gets married only to fall out of love. Kukoo shares his marriage troubles with his father, played by Anil Kapoor, and finds out about his father’s affair. The film is all about two couples from different generations confronting their issues after marriage.

The first reviews for JugJugg Jeeyo are out now. Here’s a look at what news websites have to say about the comedy-drama.

JugJugg Jeeyo review by Firstpost

JugJugg Jeeyo reminded Anna MM Vetticad, the reviewer, of the Malayalam film Jo and Jo. ‘At pains to balance out its feminism by humourising male infidelity and selfishness, the headline read.

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“Raj Mehta’s JugJugg Jeeyo is more committed to its ideals than Jo and Jo, but it too is at pains to soften the blow of its explicit feminism by balancing out every criticism of a husband’s infidelity and selfishness in a marriage with quick shifts to a tone humourising the same conduct,” the Firstpost review said.

JugJugg Jeeyo review by Hindustan Times

Reviewed by Monika Rawal Kukreja, the Hindustan Times headline read, ‘Entertaining and emotional tale featuring good-looking people.’

“Right from the first scene till the climax, the film maintains a pace that keeps you engaged in the Saini family’s good and bad times and doesn’t serve too many dull moments. Anurag Singh’s story and Rishabh Sharma’s dialogues effectively blend to create situations that make you laugh, cry, relate with the characters and all this with a lot of naach gaana,” reviewed Hindustan Times.

JugJugg Jeeyo review by India Today

In his review, Tushar Joshi said the film’s biggest strength lies in the fact that it showcased the entire cast in the best way possible. ‘Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor’s father-son act is jhakkas in this family entertainer,’ read the headline.

“The film is a bit too long and has nothing new to offer when it comes to showcasing the fun side of a Punjabi wedding. Some of the scenes are shot in such a way that they could make their way into an Ekta Kapoor daily soap. The film has loud background music and dialogue that cross the normal decibel levels,” the India Today review said.

JugJugg Jeeyo review by The Hindu

The Hindu‘s headline read, ‘Anil Kapoor is the throbbing heart of this dysfunctional comedy that works in parts.’

“In a bid to make the bitter pill palatable, the writers have rolled it in so much saccharine of situational humour that the complex subject loses its potency,” reviewed Anuj Kumar.

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