3 Good

Packed with just about every mass-friendly ingredient available on the shelf, which the hoi polloi laps up with delight - Funny sequences, super performances and loads and loads of laughter. Undoubtedly, Dream Girl will be welcomed with open arms by the aam junta! It makes no claims of catering to the intelligentsia. Instead, it's aimed at those who want to spend two hours of their precious life flexing their facial muscles. Side-splitting!nnThe writing (Raaj Shaandilyaa, Nirmaan D Singh & Niket Pandey) is stuffed with uproarious episodes and a couple of them are indeed side-splitting. At times, makes you break into guffaws, with all its bizarre, outrageous jokes and superb one-liners (Raaj Shaandilyaa). Kudos! What works to the advantage are two factors - the written material & the perfect casting (Nandini Shrikent & Karan Mally). Blemishes? Few sequences appearing stretched without any reason. The romantic track feels disingenuous. Second half is a mess in itself.nnDOP Aseem Mishra impressively captures the essence of small town. Hemal Kothari's editing could have been better. Despite its 2 hour 13 minutes runtime, the film begins to feel longer as multiple plot lines overlap, creating a laborious comedy of errors.