Comedy Guru Govinda Is Back Yet Again With 'Fryday'

| October 13 , 2018 , 16:23 IST

Comedy King Govinda is back yet again with his new venture ‘FryDay’. The film hit the theatres this Friday and it received a decent response from the audience.

The plot of the movie revolves around a hard-working but ineffective salesman Rajiv Chabra played by Varun Sharma who is unable to sell his company's product ‘Pavitra Pani Purifier’ for months, his boss threatens him with dismissal, if he fails to sell at least one water purifier by Friday.

Rajiv futher appeals to the God, "Mere Friday ko happy day banado.", he is further directed to the house of Gagan Kapoor (Govinda), a popular, but corny theatre actor.


That particular Friday, with his wife Bella (Prabhleen Sandhu) not at home, Gagan invites his girl-friend Bindu (Digangana Suryavanshi) to his home. With Rajiv showing up to install the water-purifier, Gagan's plans go for a toss and what follows is a sequence of events which are oft-seen and predictable. Nevertheless, this light-hearted narrative takes you on a roller-coaster, situational-comedy ride.

An ace performer with lines to suit his character, Govinda as Gagan, is an extension of him. His scene as a theatre artist playing the lines-hungry character Salim is interesting, amusing and one of the highlights of the film. In the rest of the scenes, he plays second-fiddle to the script.

He is aptly supported by Varun Sharma, who is charming and endearing as Rajiv, Bijendra Kala as the poker-faced thief who breaks into Gagan's place on the crucial Friday, Rajesh Sharma as Inspector and Bindu's husband. Each actor performs well and delivers their chops.

In her first performance, Digangana Suryavanshi looks cute and competent. Prabhleen Sandhu, as Gagan's wife, holds her steam opposite Govinda. Although the movie is humorous and pure comedy film and you can watch this movie with your family.