FryDay Quick Review: Funny But A Slowburner

Author : Siddhant Kanulkar


Director: Abhishek Dogra

Cast: Govinda (the one that matters), Varun Sharma, Diganagana Suryavanshi, Prabhleen Sandhu, Brijendra Kala

Runtime: 114 minutes

FryDay is a situational comedy that occurs when a married guy played by Gagan Kapoor (Govinda), who is having an affair with a married girl Bina (Digangana Suryavanshi) and they decide to spend time with each other when Govinda’s wife, Bela (Prabhleen Sandhu) leaves for Shimla and Rajiv (Varun Sharma) who plays a water purifier salesman is adamant to make a sale at Govinda’s house at the expense of Govinda’s quality time.

Govinda delivers what’s expected from him. He mimics, he improvises, he orates his vintage 5-6 lines in one single breath. Govinda is an asset while the rest of the cast is a liability.

The main problem with FryDay is what amateur face while playing chess, they only focus on saving the King and thus losing the whole army and likewise in FryDay focus was on Govinda’s monologues and dialogues and dialogues for rest of the cast seem to have been written hastily.

We give FryDay 2.5 bees with a pot full of “Honey” for Govinda to lick. (you will get this joke when you watch the movie)


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