How fun it is to celebrate something with your gang. A cherry on top is when there is a wedding of one of the members of your fun club. The drama, the fight and the roller-coaster-like emotions that change at every stage. From mehendi to sangeet, and from sangeet to marriage.

Veere di wedding is just like that, we are noticing that Indian cinema is finely involving the REAL world scenarios in the movies. This movie starring Sonam Kapoor (Avni), Swara Bhaskar (Sakshi), Kareena Kapoor (Kalindi) and Shikha Talsania (Meera), is just like every realistic girl’s gang is. The film also has Sumit Vyas as Rishabh who is in love with Kalindi and wants to marry her.

This type of cinematic version of typical Delhi Wedding is not seen in any other film showcasing the real-life events of one girl and her four childhood friends.  The story is a unique concept with which every Indian girl can relate herself to any character at any point of the time during the movie.

The film is presented in a way which depicts four cool 21st-century ladies who made their choices, (a big one actually) and learning their lessons during the course of time. And it all is filmed around the marriage of Kalindi.

Director Shashanka Ghosh’s  ‘Veere Di Wedding’  is a film which is bold and showcases romance, friendship and family Drama in fun and creative way. there are some super laugh-out-loud moments along with the real girls’ code dialogues said very effortlessly.

The cinematography Is good along with the direction. Now coming to the acting of the artists, Sumit Vyas tried well to be into the character of Rishabh a guy having a Punjabi family, the mother-in-law will take you to the roads of Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar for the shopping of wedding. Swara Bhaskar got into the skin of her character and the work is very commendable. The little girls’ acting was also appreciable.

All the girls are amazingly dressed and styled in every scene of the film, whether they’re partying, moping, introspecting or just having a good time. Al,so the girls are cracking dialogues with so much confidence, what often disturbs the experience is the background score that constantly underlays the dialogues. The music is good with tracks like ‘Tareefan’ and ‘Bhangra Ta Sajda’ setting the mood for the moments.

I would rate this movie with 4.5 stars.

You must see the film, it sure is a “paisa wasool” picture. Without having the bold scenes, it will take you far into the imagination. And that is the best part.

 

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