Just two more days left (June 24th) for the movie JugJugg Jeeyo, the most anticipated movie of the season, will hit theatres. This family comedy, starring Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, and Kiara Advani, has received a lot of attention because of its engaging trailer and hit songs. The advancements started a few days ago, and the sales of tickets appear promising. The movie should thus have a strong start.
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) approved the movie on June 3, according to sources. JugJugg Jeeyo received an interesting U/A certification with no visual or auditory edits. According to the censorship certification, the movie was 150 minutes long.
On June 15, however, the creators contacted CBFC once more after making certain adjustments. The music track “Rangisari,” which was dellivered about two weeks ago, has now been incorporated into the movie, during the end credits, a source told. The time span of the rolling introductions was altered in accordance with the song length.
This eliminated one minute and 34 seconds from the end credits. Second, the track “Ik Mulaakaat” was changed to “Nain Ta Heere,” which further compressed the movie by almost 16 seconds. Ik Mulaakaat was first played by the movie’s creators to represent a significant scene. However, “Nain Ta Heere” was substituted since the creators thought it better fit the context.
Thirdly, a speech term in the opening part of the movie was changed, the source added. The movie was cut by 1 minute 50 seconds in total. The outcome is that JugJugg Jeeyo now has a playtime of 148.10 minutes. In other terms, the movie runs for 2 hours, 28 minutes.
The plot of Jug Jugg Jeeyo centres on a dad and child who learn they both want to split their spouses. Mehta, who directed the Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor Khan film Good Newz, claimed that his most recent film is more “intensity” than his first. Compared to Good Newwz, Jug Jugg Jeeyo has more drama. With the exception of the third act, Good Newwz was a pure comedy. Since marriage, relations, and divorce are the topic here, there is greater drama, particularly in the second half.