Vicky Donor

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Vicky Donor
Vicky Donor Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byShoojit Sircar[1][2]
Produced byJohn Abraham[3]
Ronnie Lahiri
Written byJuhi Chaturvedi[4][5][6]
StarringAyushmann Khurrana
Yami Gautam
Annu Kapoor
Puja Gupta
Music byAbhishek-Akshay
Bann
Rochak Kohli
Ayushmann Khurrana[7]
CinematographyKamaljeet Negi
Edited byShekhar Prajapati
Production
company
Distributed byJohn Abraham Entertainment
Eros Entertainment
Release date
  • 20 April 2012 (2012-04-20)
Running time
125 minutes[8]
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Punjabi
Bengali
Budget5 crore (US$700,000)[9]

Vicky Donor is a 2012 Indian romantic comedy film directed by Shoojit Sircar and produced by actor John Abraham.[10] It stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam and Annu Kapoor in the lead roles. It released on 20 April 2012 in around 750 screens across India[11][12] and received positive response worldwide.[11] Vicky Donor opened to critical acclaim and performed strongly at the box office.[13][14] The storyline is based on sperm donation and infertility inspired by Canadian movie Starbuck.[15][16][17] The film won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment at the 60th National Film Awards. The film is remade in Telugu as Naruda Donoruda starring Sumanth and Pallavi Subhash.[18][citation needed]

Plot[edit]

Dr. Baldev Chaddha (Annu Kapoor) is a fertility expert who runs a clinic and a sperm bank in Daryaganj, Delhi that guarantees high-quality sperm for couples. Unfortunately, he has more failed cases than successes. A healthy and high-performing donor is needed.

Vicky Arora (Ayushmann Khurrana) is the only son of his widowed mother Dolly (Dolly Ahluwalia), who runs a small beauty parlour from their home in Lajpat Nagar. He provides no financial support to his mother. Vicky wants a job that will provide him a better lifestyle.

Chaddha meets Vicky and concludes that Vicky is the donor he has been looking for. He painstakingly convinces him to become a donor. Though Vicky is hesitant at first, he accepts after seeing the high salary. He starts to spend the money wildly and renovates his home and his mother's parlour. At first, he tells his friends he is a sperm donor but after their disgust, he starts to keep it a secret.

Vicky falls in love with Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam), a Bengali bank employee. After dating, they want to get married. Ashima reveals that she is divorced, having been previously married to a man who left her because he loved someone else. Vicky hides the fact he is a sperm donor, feeling ashamed of it. Despite initial friction between their families due to conflicting cultures, they convince their families and get married.

After their wedding, Vicky stops donating sperm out of faithfulness to Ashima. In an ironic turn, it is discovered that Ashima is infertile. One day, when Ashima can't find his doctor's report, Vicky admits that he did not take the fertility test because of his past success as a sperm donor. Ashima becomes upset as her husband has multiple children already while she is unable to bear any herself. She is also upset that he hid this from her and goes back to her father's home.

Vicky is heartbroken. One night, he gets a frantic call from his mother who claims that income tax officers have raided her beauty parlour. Vicky is arrested on suspicion of handling black money. He is bailed out by Dr. Chaddha, who clears the air with the police about where Vicky got so much money from. He reveals that the money was payment from the parents who used his sperm to have children. Chaddha tells Vicky that he will fix Vicky's marriage. He asks Vicky to bring Ashima to an event he is hosting.

Vicky's mother is angry about Vicky's sperm donation and slaps him. However, Vicky's grandmother points out that Vicky brought happiness and joy to those parents that can't have their own children. She then encourages him to bring back Ashima. Vicky goes to Ashima's father's home and tries to apologize for his deception. Though Ashima is reluctant, Ashima's father tells her that Vicky is a good person, and she should not leave him just because she is envious of him being able to have children.

Vicky and Ashima attend Chaddha's party, for which Chaddha has called all the families who successfully had children with Vicky's sperm. Ashima sees these families and realizes how Vicky has brought happiness into their lives. Chaddha then takes the two to an orphanage and explains that he came across one child Vicky had fathered who lost her parents in a car accident. He says that Vicky and Ashima should adopt her. They happily agree and reconcile with each other.

The movie ends with Chaddha calling Vicky telling him that a request for his sperm has come in. With Ashima's approval, he agrees.

Cast[edit]

Themes and development[edit]

Vicky Donor deals with sperm donation and infertility.[24] When questioned about the risky subject matter, Abraham responded, "Basically, Vicky Donor is a romantic comedy. But the concept is set against the background of sperm donation." Abraham hoped that the film could shed light on a serious issue still considered "taboo" in Indian society.

Sircar said, "I want to take a light-hearted look at the taboo attached to infertility and artificial insemination." Before filming began, Sircar researched the plot themes for three years.[25] Juhi Chaturvedi, creative director at advertising agency Bates, who wrote the screenplay based on her own idea, had stayed in Lajpat Nagar as a student at College of Arts, Delhi. As the script went through several drafts, she met a couple who run a noted fertility clinic in Mumbai.[26][27]

Production[edit]

Despite the usual trend, Abraham did not take up the leading role in the film: "It was a conscious decision to not act in my first production because I believe producing a film is about creating quality content that I believe in."[28] Director Sircar suggested Khurrana, a video jockey and television host, for the role of Vicky; he was considered because he was popular among the youth. He "can read and write Punjabi too."[25][29] Khurrana turned down three film projects to play the lead in Vicky Donor. To prepare for the role, he met medical experts and donors to understand sperm donation; a major medical consultant specialising in the field was later inducted as a medical adviser for the film. Additionally, Khurrana studied acting and attended workshops with N.K. Sharma in Delhi.[25] It was later reported that Abraham would perform an "item number."[30] Commenting on his performance, Abraham said "I am glad I cast Ayushmann in the lead. He's a complete natural, has all the trappings of a fine actor and has delivered a super performance. It doesn't seem like Vicky Donor is his first film." It was reported that the production crew would feature "the best technicians from Los Angeles" and acclaimed action choreographer J J Perry. Incidentally, Ayushmann who plays the lead role, successfully performed a task on the reality show MTV Roadies: Season 2, which was sperm donation.[28][31]

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Blessy Chettiar of DNA India rated the film with 4 stars and said, "Run to the nearest theatre and surrender yourself to charm of Vicky and his team. This "Aryaputra" provides only good quality entertainment."[32] Madhureeta Mukherjee of The Times of India gave Vicky Donor 3.5 stars and said, "It takes a man to make a film like this, literally. Kudos to John Abraham for his brave maiden production. Thankfully, this sperm hits bullseye."[33] Mathures Paul of The Statesman gave the film 3.5 stars and wrote, "Vicky Donor is an admirable movie that is at once simple, emotional, daring and in your face."[34]

Box office[edit]

The movie made 700% profit at the box office, earning approx 645.0 million (US$9.0 million) worldwide.

India[edit]

The film had an opening at the box office worldwide and collected 18.8 million (US$260,000) on its first day in India.[35] Vicky Donor showed good growth on Saturday as all India collections jumped around 35%–40%; it collected around 26.0 million (US$360,000) nett taking its two-day business to 45.0 million (US$630,000) nett.[36] The film got tough competition from Housefull 2 and Hate Story in its first week of theatrical run in India.[37] Vicky Donor is the 3rd small-budget film of 2012 after Paan Singh Tomar and Kahaani to receive such an acceptance by critics, multiplex goers and urban audience. It grossed 32.5 million (US$450,000) nett on Sunday. Vicky Donor had a decent three-day weekend as it grossed around 77.5 million (US$1.1 million) nett over its first weekend.[38]

It had a good first week of around 135.0 million (US$1.9 million) nett.[39] Vicky Donor had an excellent second week collecting around 112.5 million (US$1.6 million) nett taking its two-week total to around 255.0 million (US$3.5 million) nett.[40] Vicky Donor continued its strong run into the third week and totally grossed 405.0 million (US$5.6 million).[41][42][43]

Overseas[edit]

The film had a wide release with close to 125 prints and grossed a decent $350,000 overseas in four days.[44] It has done well in North America and decently in other markets.[45] It was declared a semi hit in overseas markets.

Grosses are as follow:

  • UK: £90,329 ($140,600)
  • USA: $466,467
  • UAE: $286,000
  • Australia: $88,682

Total: $1.2 million (65 million)[46]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Date of Ceremony Award Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
3 May 2013 National Film Awards Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment Producer: Sunil Lulla, John Abraham, Ronnie Lahiri and Ram Mirchandani

Director: Shoojit Sircar

Won [47]
Best Supporting Actor Annu Kapoor Won
Best Supporting Actress Dolly Ahluwalia Won
20 January 2013 Filmfare Awards Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated [48][49]
Best Director Shoojit Sircar Nominated
Best Male Debut Ayushmann Khurana Won
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Annu Kapoor Won
Best Male Playback Singer Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Won
Best Story Juhi Chaturvedi Won
12 January 2013 Star Screen Awards Best Male Debut Ayushmann Khurrana Won [50]

[51]

[52]

Best Supporting Actress Dolly Ahluwalia Won
Best Comedian Annu Kapoor Won
Kamlesh Gill Nominated
Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated
Best Director Shoojit Sircar Nominated
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
Best Lyrics Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
Best Story Juhi Chaturvedi Nominated
Best Editing Shekhar Prajapati Nominated
Best Production Design Mansi Dhruv Mehta, Vinod Nominated
16 February 2013 Producers Guild Film Awards Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated [53][54]
Best Director Shoojit Sircar Nominated
Best Actor Ayushmann Khurrana Nominated
Best Male Debut Won
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Annu Kapoor Won
Best Comedian Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Dolly Ahluwalia Won
Best Screenplay Juhi Chaturvedi Nominated
Best Story Won
Best Dialogue Won
Best Male Playback Singer Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Won
Best Lyrics Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
6 April 2013 Times of India Film Awards Best Male Debut Ayushmann Khurrana Won [55]

[56]

Best Supporting Actor Annu Kapoor Won
Best Comic Actor Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Dolly Ahluwalia Won
Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated
Best Director Shoojit Sircar Nominated
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
7 January 2013 Zee Cine Awards Best Male Debut Ayushmann Khurrana Won [57]
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Won
6 July 2013 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated [58]

[59]

[60]

Best Director Shoojit Sircar Nominated
Best Actor Ayushmann Khurrana Nominated
Best Male Debut Won
Best Female Debut Yami Gautam Won
Best Performance In A Comic Role Annu Kapoor Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Won
Best Supporting Actress Dolly Ahluwalia Nominated
Best Dialogue Juhi Chaturvedi Won
Best Story Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
Best Lyrics Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
31 December 2012 Big Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertainment Debut Male Ayushmann Khurrana Won [61]
Most Entertaining Debut Female Yami Gautam Nominated
Most Entertaining Song Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Won
Most Entertaining Film of the Year John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Nominated
Most Entertaining Film (Comedy) Nominated
7 February 2013 Mirchi Music Awards Song of the Year Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated [62]

[63]

Upcoming Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Upcoming Music Composer of the Year Donn & Bann (for the song "Marr Jayian") Nominated
Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Won
Upcoming Lyricists of the Year Won
Technical Sound Engineering of the Year Anish Gohil, Biswadeep Chatterjee Nominated
Technical Programmer and Arranger of the Year Abhijit Nalani Nominated
26 January 2013 Stardust Awards Best Film John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Won [64]
Best Director Shoojit Sircar Won
Best Actor Ayushmann Khurrana Won
Superstar of Tomorrow - Male Nominated
New Musical Sensation (Male) Ayushmann Khurrana (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Won
Best Actress Yami Gautam Nominated
Superstar of Tomorrow - Female Nominated
Standout Performance by a New Lyricist Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang") Nominated
28 January 2013 Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Movie Awards Best Debut (Male) Ayushmann Khurana
6 January 2013 ETC Bollywood Business Awards Most Successful Small Budget Movie John Abraham, Shoojit Sircar, Sunil Lulla Won [65]
Most Profitable Debut (Male) Ayushmann Khurrana Won
1 October 2012 Global Indian Music Academy Awards Star Plus Hottest Song of the Year Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli (for the song "Pani Da Rang")

Sequel and remakes[edit]

After the major critical and commercial success of the film, producer John Abraham announced that he was encouraged by the response of Vicky Donor and has therefore laid a sequel on the cards.

Indian actor Siddharth bought the remake rights for the Tamil version.[66] Dileep has bought the remake rights for the Malayalam version.[67] Telugu director Madhura Sreedhar bought the remake rights of the film for the Telugu version named Naruda Donoruda.[68]

Soundtrack[edit]

Vicky Donor
Vicky Donor 2012.jpg
Soundtrack album by Abhishek-Akshay, Bann, Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana
Released9 April 2012 (9 April 2012)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length35:13
LabelEros Music
ProducerJohn Abraham
Abhishek-Akshay, Bann, Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana chronology
Housefull 2
(2012)
Vicky Donor
(2012)
Dostana 2

The soundtrack was composed by Abhishek-Akshay, Bann, Rochak Kohli, and Ayushmann Khurrana. The album was released on 9 April 2012.

IBNlive.in quotes "Vicky Donor album tracks are worth listening and contain rawness."[69] Ayushmann Khurrana won Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer at 58th Filmfare Awards for "Pani Da Rang."[70]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLyricsArtist(s)Length
1."Rok"Akshay VermaAkshay Verma, Aditi Singh Sharma4:28
2."Kho Jaane Do"Juhi ChaturvediClinton Cerejo, Aditi Singh Sharma4:57
3."Rum Whisky"Kusum VermaAkshay Verma4:04
4."Pani Da Rang" (Male)Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak KohliAyushmann Khurrana4:00
5."Mar Jayian" (Romantic)Swanand KirkireVishal Dadlani, Sunidhi Chauhan4:48
6."Chaddha"Vijay MauryaMika Singh3:50
7."Pani Da Rang" (Female)Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak KohliSukanya Purkayastha4:49
8."Mar Jayian" (Sad)Swanand KirkireBann4:14
Total length:35:13

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