Where do I begin? Ayushmann. Dolly Aunty. Dr. Chaddha. Dadi. Rum Whisky. The script. The Sp-rums (That's how 'sperms' read in Dr. Chadhha's dictionary. Vicky Donor has too many things to boast about.
Producer John Abraham. Bold sperm. Hats off to him for putting his monies on a subject as risky as this one.
Script writer Juhi Chaturvedi. Intelligent sperm. It's so not easy to put together an interesting script on as boring a subject as sperm donation. A script that makes you laugh, a script that makes you effortlessly laugh!
Ayushmann. Entertaining sperm. He shined out and out as the typical Dilli da munda. I can't praise him enough for how well he acted. He was natural throughout and I guess that's what worked best.
Dr. Chaddha (Annu Kapoor). Phunny sperm. He surprises and how! It wasn't his dialogues that were funny. It was his delivery (no pun intended!) that made all the difference!
Dolly Aunty. Loud sperm. The film wouldn't have been half as enjoyable without our on-the-face yet endearing mummy.
Dadi. Progressive sperm. She had some of the best-est moments in the film. Don't be deceived by her age ;)
The high point of the film was the Bong Punjabi wedding. Their confrontations are hilarious. It was after a long long time (after Pyar ka Punchnama) that I had a good laugh at a theaters. A few dialogues went unheard among the audiences' laughs and whistles. I also missed the first 10 minutes of the film. Isn't that reason enough I do it one more time at the theater ;)