Review: Gujjubhai The Great Gujarati Movie. The story revolves around three characters Hasubhai (Siddharath Randeria), his daughter Tanisha and his manager Bakul. Having a typical Baniya mentality, Hasubhai wants his daughter Tanisha to marry his employee Bakul. However, Tanisha is in love with an Ad-film maker Montu.
While everyone in the family has fallen for Montu’s charm, Hasmukh sees him for the trickster he is. The laughter ride begins when Hasubhai and Bakul take the challenge to induce Tanisha for marriage. Will Hasubhai and Bakul win the battle? To find out, watch first Gujarati urban comedy film ‘Gujjubhai The Great’.
Hasmukh Gandhi has a simple philosophy: enjoy and let enjoy. But his stress-free life is interrupted when his daughter, Tanisha comes home with her boyfriend, Montu. While everyone in the Gandhi family has fallen for Montu’s charm, Hasmukh sees him for the trickster he is. Not wanting his daughter to be entrapped, Hasmukh has found the perfect boy for her; one who is not only trustworthy, but also someone he knows will take care of her. The trouble is no one approves of his choice.
Bakul Buch, Hasmukh’s hardworking manager has always had a soft spot for Tanisha but has never been brave enough to talk to any woman, let alone Tanisha. Hasmukh takes it upon himself to transform Bakul from the simpleton that he is, to a cool ‘gujju’. Hasmukh puts in place a series of events that soon start to go terribly out of his control, with some totally unexpected consequences; Bakul has no choice but to play along, and Montu is onto them at every turn.
And if their cat and mouse game was not crazy enough, the police suspect Hasmukh and Bakul to be wanted terrorists and follow their every move. What begins then is the most bizarre gujju love story ever told, with lies, spies, underworld dons, and a curious case of a gold bracelet. Will Bakul manage to win over Tanisha?
Director: Ishaan Randeria
Writer: Siddharth Randeria