Story: Vicky Donor is a story about Vicky Arora (Ayushman Khurana), a young, good-looking, but unemployed Punjabi guy from Delhi. He then meets Dr Baldev Chaddha (Annu Kapoor), a well qualified fertility expert, running a fertility clinic. Chaddha finds a healthy and high performing donor in Vicky. After Chaddha's spending days and nights convincing Vicky, he finally agrees. Later, Vicky too starts enjoying the money and meanwhile gets married to Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam), but soon their hunky dory world comes crashing down because of Vicky's past as a donor. Story Treatment: The flick excels when it comes to the entertainment quotient, required in any movie to make it worth watching. With a brief emotional roller coaster ride, Vicky Donor deals with a sensitive issue of sperm donation, in quite a light-heart manner. The Punjabi tadka and Delhi culture adds sparkle to an interesting subject. It definitely not just targets youth, but also assures entertainment aesthetically. The first half tickles your funny bone, while the second seems to be dull in parts, but Ayushmann Khurrana doesn’t allow you to take your eyes off him with his excellent portrayal of the character with different shades. Star Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana definitely steals the show, however, Annu Kapoor provides him with a strong platform which makes the film flawless. Yami Gautam is natural and is convincing in her portrayal of an independent and emotional woman. A character like Vicky Donor definitely demands a novel actor like Ayushmann, who does justice to a character which goes through a journey of emotions. Annu Kapoor’s ‘sperm language’ too speaks volumes about his acting prowess. However, what needs a special mention is Dolly Ahluwalia (Vicky’s mother) and Kamlesh Gill (Vicky’s grandmother). The characters have added life to the story and don’t miss out on any chance to enthrall the viewer with their Punjabi charm. Direction: Shoojit Sircar chose to deal with a sensitive subject in a comic manner, while keeping the youth taste intact in the movie. Yes, the director undoubtedly leaves a mark. The rhythm between science and emotions is maintained without creating awkward moments. Shoojit manages to maintain the interest with the adequate dose of emotions without making the film go overboard. Dialogues/cinematography/music: Dialogues are simple and depict the Punjabi and Bengali culture, efficiently. Cinematography is decent, while music helps the movie proceed without allowing it to take away the connectivity factor. Rum Whisky, Pani Da Rang and the Punjabi music in the wedding helps the narration of the emotions. Ups and downs: No big star cast which will attract audiences to the theatre. However, natural and brilliant performances will surely speed up the word-of-mouth publicity process for the flick. It’s definitely a must watch if you genuinely crave for different, entertaining and paisa-vasool cinema. For all the John Abraham’s fans, who want to catch a glimpse of the actor, Vicky Donor would be an entertaining blow.