‘Veere Di Wedding’ film review: Rarely has a movie worked so hard at being outrageous
- Genre : Comedy Drama
- Director : Shashank Ghosh
- Plot : 'Veer The Wedding' is director Shashank Ghosh's comedy drama movie.
Critical Rating 3/5
Star cast : Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, Shikha Talasania and Sumit Vyas
Director : Shashank Ghosh
Producer : Anil Kapoor, Riya Kapoor, Nikhil Advani, Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor
Music : Sachdev and Vishal Mishra
Zoner : Comedy Drama
Duration : 122 minutes
The story of 'Veere The Wedding': Four girls Kalindi Puri (Kareena Kapoor), Avni (Sonam Kapoor), Meera (Shikha Talasaniya) and Sakshi (Swara Bhaskar) are friends of childhood and are from the families of Delhi. Four of them are battling their relationship issues. Kalindi is offered to her live-in partner Rishabh (Sumit Vyas) for marriage, but she is not sure whether the wedding is right for her or not because she has seen a lot of fight-fighting between her parents. He is afraid that after marriage he will be bound in bonds. Avani wants to marry, but she does not get a perfect partner. Merry has run away from the foreigner, due to which the parents have separated from him. Witness has divorced. How do the four deal with these issues, it is shown in the film.
Veere Di Wedding Review
The film does not claim to be a feminist nor is it. The four main characters of the film seem to be using full-time alcoholism and using abusive language. The Director of Shashank Ghosh's story is entertained by many entertainers. Especially the part in which the Engagement Party is running on the Princess theme. Ghosh has made tremendous focus on the life of Kalindi, who struggles to become a part of Rishabh's family, but does not succeed. Kareena has done complete justice with her character. The role of Swara Bhaskar is better than the rest. He has also got the best dialogues in the film and he has done tremendous work too. Shikha's role is fine and Sonam Kapoor is the weakest link in the film.
Shashank Ghosh should credited with breaking the stereotype to give women a wonderful way to show in the film. Their main characters are weak and they have drawbacks. But these are real. Yes, he needed to take the story of the movie in some other depth. Apart from this, many products in the film used for promotions, which only break the story's speed. Soundtrack is compatible with the story of Sathastra Sachdev and Vishal Mishra. 'Tarafan' and 'Bhangra ta sajda' songs have already become popular. The rest of the songs are also fine.
The film is for Young Generation, which can connect themselves with the struggles of film characters and the disconnect between them.