Adah Sharma & Anurag Kashyap

Adah Sharma (born 11 May 1989) is a Bollywood actress. Her debut film 1920, directed by Vikram Bhatt, was a box office success for which she garnered rave reviews for her performance. Anurag Singh Kashyap (born 10 September 1972) is an Indian film director and screenwriter. As a filmmaker, he is known for Black Friday (2004), a controversial and award-winning Hindi film about the 1993 Bombay bombings, followed by No Smoking (2007), Dev D (2009) and Gulaal (2009). 3.0/5

Adah Sharma Anurag Kashyap Hasee Toh Phasee Parineeti Chopra Manoj Joshi Sidharth Malhotra Karan Johar Vikas Bahl Vikramaditya Motwane Vinil Mathew Siddharth Malhotra

'Hasee Toh Phasee' was disappointing - it was as if the producers Karan Johar & Anurag Kashyap were trying to pull it in opposite directions. Parineeti was fabulous, Siddharth uneven, Adah Sharma awful.
Vinil Mathew's Hasee Toh Phasee is a fun filled refreshing rom com produced jointly by KJo and Anurag Kashyap. Parineeti proves her acting prowess as a go-getter and Sidharth Malhotra carries off his good looks with an average performance as a mischievous and stressed out lad. A relatively new comer Adah Sharma plays the second lead and looks gorgeous. There is nothing much in the story but the movie has lot of fun characters and strong supporting characters such as Sharat Saxena and Manoj Joshi who play a prominent role. All in all just go out there and have a good laugh.
Movie Review: Hasee Toh Phasee Cast: Parineeti Chopra, Sidharth Malhotra, Adah Sharma, Manoj Joshi, Sharat Saxena, Neena Kulkarni Director : Vinil Mathew Batty girl meets sweet fellow. Is it cute? Yes, that first ‘mulaqaat’ is. And then? Then ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’ wanders about figuring out whether it wants to be a contemporary rom com, or a Gujju soap, or a 60s melodrama, or all of the above. This confusion confounds the film, fronted by the most talented female lead working in Bollywood right now, and makes her much less fun than she can be. And that holds true for the film, too. It is most exasperating, because ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’ seems to have everything going for it. The smart, varying sensibilities of co-producers Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap, a likeable leading man, and a crackerjack heroine. What it doesn’t have is a coherent story, and that’s why none of the refreshing bits add up. Meeta (Parineeti Chopra) is the kind of girl who uses her mind to invent things. Gasp. Mind, in a Boll ...
Movie Review - Hasee Toh Phasee A movie prior to the Valentine Week – one would think it to be a distinctive take on love and romance, Looking at the concept , which comes from the two polar opposites in terms of cinematic sensibilities -- Dharma [Karan Johar] and Phantom [Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl] -- join hands and produce a project, First, the plot! Hasee Toh Phasee is about the rebellious Meeta [Parineeti Chopra] and the mischievous Nikhil [Sidharth Malhotra], who are struggling to fit into their respective families. Nikhil bumps into Meeta on the occasion of her sister Diksha's wedding and falls in love with her other sister Karishma [Adah Sharma]. Years later, Nikhil and Karishma are busy with their pre-wedding celebrations. Meeta returns to Mumbai after being away from home for years [only Karishma is aware that she's back!]. Karishma asks Nikhil to find her an accommodation, away from her family. Not happy with the accommodation that a contact has set up for Meeta, Nikhi . ...
Hasee Toh Phasee (Hindi): The Karan and Kashyap Combo return with another love story after the 2013 charmer 'The Lunchbox', which is quite fresh and has its heart at the right place. However the problem with the film is that it's structure is quite draggy in the initial 30 minutes, despite few laughs and then the film picks up well till the end. Then there is a bit of melodrama which hampers the pace in the second half. But apart from these, the film scores because of its brilliant characters where the lead Siddharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra are simply brilliant and their character development has been shown well. Manoj Joshi and Sharat Saxena are simply riveting and convincing. Adah Sharma is sweet. Screenplay by Harshwardhan Kulkarni has good development graph, despite few cliches. The dialogues by Vinil, Harshvardhan Kulkarni and Anurag Kashyap are crackling and great. Music score by Vishal-Shekhar compliments the narrative. Camerawork by Sanu John Varghese is great as he revisits his 'Vishwaroopa ...
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