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Times of India
A melange of romance, with bits of satire, sentiment, comedy and action thrown in is Khusi Khushiyagi, a remake of the Telugu hit Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde.
Directed by Yogi Raj, the movie deals with the confusion and the hilarious circumstances associated with mistaken identity, with romance being the underlying theme. In search for love, Raj (Ganesh), encounters sees Priya (Nandini Rai) at his friend Sadhu's (Sadhu Kokila) wedding. He gets her number from Sadhu, but a telephone call leads him to Nandini (Amulya), who has a quirky set of requirements as far as her love is concerned.
From then on, circumstances lead to confusion and emotions aplenty, tying the cupid-struck duo in a Gordian knot. The confusion, punctuated by humour, hits a crescendo when relations between their friends get strained to a near-point of no return. The rest of the movie is all about the chinks in the romance getting ironed out and the lovers discovering themselves.
Ganesh gives the impression that his role is tailor-made for him. Proof of this can be gleaned from his comic timing and delivery of lines, which bring the roof down. Shades of 'Shravani Subramanya' are visible in Amulya's role, who essays a stellar role as well. Debutant Nandini Rai holds out promise.
Cinematography by Srisha Koodavalli is good, while the music score by Anoop Reuben is average.
Deepak (Prateek) is looking for a job but is not ready to give up his casual attitude. Wherever he works, he incurs the wrath of his boss for his inefficiency to handle the assignment. Be it working on a new project or deal or taking foreign delegates to a village, Deepak along with his friend Manoj (Sunil) somehow manages to goof up.
Ganesh gives the impression that his role is tailor-made for him. Proof of this can be gleaned from his comic timing