How to use empathy and how to congratulate in Badhaai Ho.
Each scene is taken for granted. If you can find an opposite meaning to that sentence, that is what is happening. It milks way too much and not storywise but in each individual scene. The trajectory is pretty similar with a definite textbook structure. The priorities to those things though are shuffled. Which I think the way they have jumbled works in a more mature and surprisingly powerful sense than I’d anticipate. The director Amit Sharma’s Badhaai Ho is a sweet, caring, and a responsible take on not just different class or generation gap or narrow mindedness, but what I feel that it looks for consistently, is a sense of pride in each individual character, that I hardly think it ever had any space or stage to add that paragraph in its heartwarming speech.