In all honesty, we don’t comprehend the animosity Jug Jug Jeeyo has encountered. It’s not the perfect masala family entertainer that everyone had hoped for, but it’s also not in trouble either. It’s basically a movie with gags that, at best, are mediocre and, at worst, make you briefly cringe. Even if the runtime may have been cut in half, it was still ok. The story of Kukoo and Naina, who wish to be divorced, can be found in Jug Jug Jeeyo. They must keep this a secret till the wedding celebrations are complete because they have returned to India for Kukoo’s sister’s wedding. But when Kukoo learns that Bheem, his father, also intends to divorce his mother, mayhem breaks out. Let’s wait and see how the narrative develops.
What Happens When Naina And Kukoo Come Back To India?
The love tale of our primary protagonists is where Jug Jug Jeeyo starts. Since they were young children, Kukoo has liked Naina, and as they get older, Naina begins to feel the same way. One day, Kukoo asks Naina to marry him by writing “Will you marry me?” on his tummy along with the answers “Yes” and “No.” He hands her a marker and instructs her to check the appropriate response. They both got married and moved to Canada, as we all know. Five years later, none of them appears to be content with the other. In contrast to Kukoo, Naina has a very successful career. Kukoo is quite unhappy with his job as a bouncer. They finally admit they desire a divorce on their wedding anniversary. Naina confronts him about his reasons for wanting to leave her during their argument in the car on the way home. They crash into another automobile as a result of their altercation. They make the decision to keep this situation a secret till Ginny’s wedding is done as they are signing the documents to pay for the damages. At that point, Naina also informs him that she will be travelling to New York for business.
It’s a joyful family reunion back in India. Kukoo’s father frequently tells Geeta how lovely she looks, giving the impression that he is deeply in love with her. Naina explains to Kukoo one morning that they can’t wait for Ginny’s wedding to be over because her employer needs her to return soon to start the formalities. Kukoo decides to tell his father first with this new turn of events. To make it simpler to break the news to him that evening, he decides to get him intoxicated. To his astonishment, though, it is ultimately his father who admits that he wants to divorce Geeta.
The next morning, his father steers clear of the subject. He takes him to a theatre instead, where he forces him to meet Meera, the woman he wants to leave Geeta for. Kukoo, who is at a loss, visits Gurpreet, his best friend and Naina’s brother. He and Gurpreet come to the conclusion that Bheem is acting in this way because he has to sow his wild oats and that all could be fixed if they gave him the chance to do so. They take him to Ginny’s fiance Ballu’s bachelor celebration. However, when Bheem admits that he had his affair for romance and thrill rather of the predicted passion, their strategy goes awry. He claims that Geeta has accepted the situation as it is, but he struggles to get over his unhappiness. Angered, Kukoo declares that he is done with hearing about his affair. On the other hand, Naina angrily announces that she and Kukoo are divorcing when the urge to have a child increases.
The following morning, Geeta tries to ask the couple why they are acting in the way they are. Unfortunately, Bheem enters the scene right then. He begins reminding them about the sacrifices one must make for a marriage after learning that even his son is having a divorce, which causes Kukoo to giggle. He is similarly astonished to learn that even his son is getting a divorce. He reveals that Bheem is having an affair and wants to divorce Geeta as well. Bheem collapses under the strain of it, and he is brought to the hospital. He is informed by the physician that much gas is to blame. However, Bheem asks him to fabricate a heart attack in order to placate his family, which is what he does.
Several days go by. Kukoo begins to view Naina differently. He recognises the part of her that wants to go above and above for her family and cares about them. Geeta asserts elsewhere that she must meet Meera. After a few hiccups, the meeting takes place, and Geeta informs her that she is ready to give her Bheem. To everyone’s surprise, she also lets them know that she is fine with the divorce and learns about his likes and dislikes. Geeta converses with Naina about her nuptials as she and Kukoo return home separately. She claims that in the first year following her wedding, she did have some second thoughts about whether or not this should have taken place. But after giving birth to her children, she wasn’t able to live with him until Kukoo and Ginny were preoccupied with their own lives. She then recognised him for the man he was after that. Geeta acknowledges Bheem’s goodness. Although he had always shown her care, he had never loved her. This is the best-written scene in the entire movie, and Neetu Kapoor deserves praise for giving it the right amount of depth and emotion.
Kukoo is upset with Naina at home because she backed his mother’s choice. The argument turns to their own marriage, and Kukoo admits that he did not approve of Naina’s success because it left him behind. Kukoo receives a call from his father the following morning in the early hours. His father had left the house the night before. Bheem confesses his error and regrets not being able to visit Meera when he arrives to pick him up. He is taken back to his house by Kukoo, who also repeats the remarks to Geeta. He learns through Geeta that Ginny intends to remarry them on their 35th anniversary. They ought to reaffirm their vows, she advises. A buzzed Kukoo decides to video contact Meera at the wedding to stick this in her face. However, Meera reveals to him everything, including the fact that Bheem had staged a heart attack and that she was the one who dumped him. He overhears this and interrupts the wedding to tell his mother the truth. At this point, Geeta decides to dissolve the union.
Jug Jug Jeeyo Ending Explained: Do Kukoo And Naina Get Divorced?
In the days that follow, Ginny admits that she was in love with someone else and never intended to marry Ballu. Her wedding is annulled. Bheem informs Kukoo that because he put his happiness ahead of his relationships, he now has neither. He begs his son to learn from his errors. After Bheem and Geeta receive their divorce in the divorce court, Naina and Kukoo’s time comes next. However, Kukoo begs Naina’s forgiveness and admits that he could have offered more encouragement. Naina agrees when he says that he does want the divorce and proposes to her once more in the same way that he had done all those years earlier. They both return to Canada, and Bheem reveals to Kukoo in confidence that he intends to woo Kukoo over to his side. We pray to God that this man doesn’t win the girl.
The entire family gets together once more two years later, this time to celebrate the birth of Kukoo and Naina’s child. A happy family has a happy ending.
Final Thoughts: What Works For Jug Jug Jeeyo ?
This movie is not, by any means, a masterpiece. It’s also not a total success, though. The jokes are indeed poor. However, the conviction with which they are said compels us to pardon them. Though Neetu Kapoor and Kiara Advani had a chance to shine, Anil Kapoor and Varun Dhawan are the movie’s heart and soul. They ought to have watched more television. We thought Ginny’s character arc was interesting, and it would have been great to watch the movie from her point of view. We also believe Geeta’s motivations for wanting to renew her vows need justification. They could have been able to make room for these songs by dropping one of the pointless songs. We are unable to pinpoint exactly what makes the movie successful. Most likely, it made more promises than it could keep. Jug Jug Jeeyo has a lot of room for improvement, and we hope Bollywood remembers this for upcoming works.