Synopsis/Plot : Happy, a timid Sardar living in Patiala, finds his life turned upside down when he falls in love with Mary, a Malayali Knanaya Christian girl. He wins her heart and both sets of parents agree to the wedding. But there`s a catch: his folks want a Punjabi shaadi and Mary`s father is adamant on having a Christian wedding. Can he pull this off, especially since his three co-brothers (a Hindu, a Muslim and a Communist) are out to wreck his plans?
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A tale of romance sans chemistry
Happy Sardar might impress those who care the best about a colourful narration, even in the absence of a story with a strong spine.(more)
Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India
A Colourful Entertainer That Lacks Soul!
Happy Sardar might entertain the audiences who are looking for a mindless entertainer with some great visuals and decent songs. This Kalidas Jayaram starrer is a colourful entertainer that lacks soul.(more)
Source: Akhila Menon, One India
A ridiculously staged rom-com
This is a ridiculously plotted and staged romantic comedy that is ultimately neither funny nor romantic. It's a needlessly prolonged and overstuffed film that overstays its welcome and makes you want to hide in a corner for some time, like Shammi in Kumbalangi Nights, till you begin to feel 'normal'...(more)
Source: Sajin, The New Indian Express
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|1||“Hey Hello”||Vinayak Sasikumar||NARESH IYER||Listen|