Happy Ending Movie Review

Movie: Happy Ending review
Run-time: 2 Hrs 26 Mins
Cast: Yash Puri, Apoorva Rao, Ajay Ghosh, Jhansi, Vishnu Oi
Direction: Kowshik Bheemidi
Music: Ravi Nidamarthy
Editing: Pradeep R Moram
Cinematography: Ashok Seepalli
Producers: Sanjay Reddy, Anil Pallala, Yogesh Kumar Puri,
Banner: Hamstech, a fashion college, and Silly Monks Studios,
Release: 2 Feb 2024Yash Puri, earned popularity with films such as “Cheppalani Undi,” “Alanti Sitralu,” and his impactful role in, “Shaakuntalam.” Now, is all set to captivate movie enthusiasts once again with his latest venture, “Happy Ending.” The teaser and trailer of the film have deftly ignited curiosity, creating a palpable buzz and heightened anticipation among the audience. The film hit the silver screen on February 2, 2024.

StoryMakeup artist Harsh (Yash Puri) impressed by Avani (Apoorva Rao), setting the stage for romance. Yet, as the blossoming of love takes center stage within him, Harsh becomes entangled in a delicate web of reservations. He grapples with hesitations, linked to his past. Against the backdrop of Harsh’s inner conflict, we witness the unfolding dynamics of his friendship with Varma (Vishnu Oi),  Ratheswar Baba (Ajay Ghosh), and Lakshmi (Jhansi). As the narrative forwards, the viewers are immersed in Harsh’s complex world, where past connections and secrets intertwine seamlessly with the present. The story delicately unravels the layers, gradually revealing the reasons behind Harsh’s reluctance that shapes the course of Harsh and Avani’s love story.

Yash Puri and Apoorva Rao shine as the charismatic leads, infusing the endearing characters with depth and charm. Their on-screen chemistry, portraying the cursed boy-turned-man and the girl who captures his heart, exudes authenticity. The film’s atmosphere is further enriched by ensemble cast, featuring talents like Ajay Ghosh, Jhansi, and Vishnu Oie, each contributing to the narrative with depth and dimension, enhancing the overall enchantment of Happy Ending.
Yash Puri, Apoorva Rao
Importance of Love 



Slow Pace
Routine Elements


Director Kowshik Bheemidi crafts a universe, brimming with enchantment, where curses dissolve and misunderstandings yield to the allure of love and laughter. The film’s attention extends from picturesque landscapes to mesmerizing visual effects, immersing viewers in a realm where boundless possibilities come to life. The unfolding narrative takes audiences on a trip, with unpredictable twists, turns, and delightful surprises.
Happy Ending impresses with its blend of fantasy and romance, weaving a heartwarming tale that captivates viewers. This fantasy rom-com embarks on a magical journey, following the transformation of a 14-year-old boy, initially cursed by a misunderstanding with a man of God, only to encounter a life-altering meeting with a girl. But, the film runs on a leisurely pace at times with somewhat navigating through routine elements. Music by Ravi is soothing with a blend of traditional fusion. Cinematography by Ashok is vibrant and colorful. Producers made sure to deliver a quality product without compromises.  At its essence, “Happy Ending” serves as a tribute to love, hope, and the redemptive nature of second chances
Bottom-line: A Tender Fantasy Love Story
Rating: 3/5


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