Veere Di Wedding – For Desi Wannabe Ladies
We’ve seen Sex and the City, Mistresses and Desperate Housewives but watching something similar in Bollywood is still something fresh. Although films like Parched and Lipstick Under My Burkha were loosely based on modified concept. Veere Di Wedding, from its recently launched trailer, looks like a high-class take on 4 friends’ lives. Veere di Wedding features Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar and Sikha Talsania. Without delaying any further let’s check out the trailer of the film:
Trailer: Veere Di Wedding
The trailer of Veere Di Wedding is filled with kicks and punch lines, but at the same time they all look so forced. Keeping the target audience in mind, Veere Di Wedding might end up becoming a total fantasy for the masses. Every film can’t be Dil Chahta Hai or Sholay, when it comes to defining friendship. Kareena Kapoor looks fatigued, it seems like she has lost her glam and charm. Sonam Kapoor is as usual in the trailer. Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania are good.
Being living in the age of hashtags like #MeToo and #WomenEmpowerment the film will have more women-audience than male. The so called desi wannabes who admire Sex and the City will try to make Veere Di Wedding a fashion, liberal and taste-statement. The trailer is filled with swears and adult gross jokes; it might prove one saying “The cornier the joke, the harder you laugh”.
The film is all set to release on 1st June, 2018 – Shashanka Ghosh, the director of the film, has not major film under his sleeves, Khoobsurat, Quick Gun Murugun and Wesa Bhi Hota Hai have all been below average to hardly decent in terms of box office. Let’s see what this film has to offer in terms of content, performance and entertainment to viewers.
Here’s what people are tweeting about #VeereDiWedding:
Why don’t they officially declare #VeereDiWedding as Bollywood remake of Sex and the city.
— MazelTov (@runjhunmehrotra) April 25, 2018
This tweet has reached almost 650,000 people! If 90% boycott that shitty movie called #VeereDiWedding starring Ms. Reduced-to-A-vagina, Ms Tandoori Murgi and Ms Wannabe Fashionista, the lesson would be clear.. protest against rape, but don’t insult my country and my religion! https://t.co/wK5qxyAJ4m
— Shefali Vaidya (@ShefVaidya) April 18, 2018
— Arnab Goswami (@ArnabGosvvami) April 23, 2018
Am I the only one who thought everyone in #VeereDiWedding looked like they were trying too hard.. it’s almost like they were using fuck, chutiya etc only to sound cool
— Sanaya (@sanaaya_88) April 25, 2018
— Mahesh Rauthu (@mahesh849) April 25, 2018
Won’t watch #VeereDiWedding
The film reduces the idea of an Empowered Woman to one who throws Expletives Left,Right & Center. It limits the bond of Friendship to use of Crass Language.
Hope people Reject such crap,the movie FLOPS & Fake Feminists learn a Lesson.
— Jagrati Shukla (@JagratiShukla29) April 25, 2018