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Mar 09, 2018 01:27 AM 728 Views (via Android App)





Set in Delhi, the film revolves around lovers who take the whole duration of the film to get married with the blessings of their parents. The technique used to introduce the hero, Veer ( Pulkit Samrat) and heroine, Geet ( Kriti Kharbanda) harks back to the 1990s. While the camera concentrates on Veer's swagger and 'chaudi chathi', in case of Geet, it pans from her backside to her bosom and predictably, the girl and the boy ( donning a dungree) break into a song with Hinglish lyrics, Ignore kar na, banda bada mind blowing.

Moving on, there isn't any semblance of a screenplay in the film's first half which also introduces the audience to Balli ( Jimmy Shergill) , a 35-year-old man and Veer's cousin. Balli has been unlucky in love and is searching eternally for a bride. He adds fuel to fire by threatening Geet's father ( Satish Kaushik) with dire consequences, if he causes trouble in the union of Veer and Geet. Coming to the film's dialogues, they seem to have been penned on the go, to put it mildly. Sample this - Veer's father describing his son's accomplishments while comparing him with another boy says, Woh gul khilata hai lekin Veer to bagicha khilata hai' or this - Geet's father trying to tickle the funny bone says, Na dahi na bhalle, balle balle'. If that elicits laughter, a chuckle or even a smirk then yes, 'Veerey Ki Wedding' is a comedy.

During the film's making, the writers must have realised that parental opposition alone as a conflict is not enough to give their story heft. So, they introduce yet another point of contention with a new suitor for Geet. A film that's been derailed right from the first frame doesn't even have a glimmer of hope to be able salvage the plot at any point, especially in it's second half. Pulkit Samrat who has been trying to make a mark for a while in films, suffers from a huge Salman Khan hangover and that is his biggest shortcoming as an actor. While one has lost count of the number of times Kriti Kharbanda has played a bride, her role in this film requires her to just look pretty and act stupid. As for the film's rest of the cast including Jimmy Shergill, Satish Kaushik and Yuvika Chaudhary, they seem to be sleep walking through it. The set design is straight out of a daily soap. On second thoughts, they do a much better job. Meanwhile, the music and songs are pedestrian and forgettable.

'Veerey Ki Wedding' is a loud and hackneyed film. Skip this comedy of errors as the makers have erred every step of the way in this film. Or, watch it at your own risk.

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