Maximum of the films created on Chetan Bhagat’s bestsellers have been hit on box office excepting Hello which was stimulated from One Night at the Call Center. The makers of movie Half Girlfriend, Chetan Bhagat is also one of them, have left no shingle unturned to promote their movie, and now they will be hopeful for a good show, but it seems to be hard task as actors don’t seem fully soaked in their characters.
Madhav Jha role playing (Arjun Kapoor) is a Bihari man who gets admission in Delhi University’s significant St. Stephen’s College over the sports quota. There he meets Riya Somani role playing (Shraddha Kapoor), a very rich Delhi girl, and proximately falls for her.
From here ahead, Half Girlfriend becomes a story of desire, love and separation with two leads crossing trails quite often.
Meet me now on India Gate,” she casually texts a boy who lives to follow her, and he runs to the task, while I find myself hopeful these crazy characters would be fixed and shot on vision. No such luck, alas.
Founded on a book by Chetan Bhagat, Mohit Suri’s new film half girlfriend is an outrageously dim romance, careless enough to lead on many a stalker-to-be. (The only good thing about this film is that it’ll win you a round of fakes, its full title existence ‘Half Girlfriend – Dost Se Zyada Girlfriend Se Kam’.)
Movie Half Girlfriend is about two halfwits who fit together. It is a movie that titles to revel romance and unending passion and entries both Bill and Indian, but all it does is approve a failed man who trusts he’s a victim. He is not. He is, in fact, a man who arrows the woman he loves a killer knife, gets down on all fours, sticks his neck above a earthen pot of biryani and goes ba. Off with his skull.
Some Media Channel give half girlfriend a 1 Star and some give 3 star so it’s not break the record movie. It’s not break the box-office record.