Veerey Ki Wedding – Waste Of Time And Money
Veerey Ki Wedding revolves around Veer (Pulkit Samrat) who is nothing less than an eligible bachelor of Delhi who falls in love with Geet (Kriti Kharbanda). Unfortunately, the first impression which Geets’s father (Satish Kaushik) has of Veer isn’t good and he considers him as a quarrelsome encounter and misbehaving boy. Things get worst when Balli (Jimmy Sheirgil) enters and what happens next is what Veerey Ki Wedding is all about. There isn’t much to tell about the film actually.
Veerey Ki Wedding Trailer
Performance wise, Pulkit Samrat couldn’t impress audience with his charms, I’ve mentioned earlier and I am repeating again, Samrat needs to start replicating Salman Khan’s body language and style. It’s time to offer something different and unique. Kriti looks good in a few scenes, but that’s all about it. The only saving grace of the film and most dedicated performer in the entire cast of Veerey Ki Wedding is Jimmy Sheirgil. It’s sad to watch Sheirgil in such lousy films where script is half-baked.
Actors like Satish Kaushik have tremendous potential but again that’s not utilized in this film. Yuvika Chaudhry who started her innings with Om Shanti Om and then bagged main lead in Toh Baat Pakki is back on silver screen but there isn’t much which she can offer. Rest of the cast does not engage audience and they are all very loud and lame.
Ashu Trikha failed to impress as a director multiple times whether it’s Baabar, Enemmy or Koyelaanchal; this time as well in Veerey Ki Wedding he offers literally nothing of substance to cine-goers. There was a time when Dilip Shukla wrote scripts like Damini and Andaz Apna Apna but then there is Veerey Ki Wedding which by no means is close to such classic and cult classic. It is actually a letdown from Shukla.
The music of the film is not good, it’s below average. None of the songs have recall value. They don’t stay with the audience. It will not be wrong to name Veerey Ki Wedding as one of the most horrible weddings of the season and it proves that it’s not a wedding made in heaven.
Veerey ki Wedding does not offer quality entertainment, it is a very forced entertainer which tries too hard to make audience laugh, but unfortunately they don’t even manage to smile. With films like Veerey Ki Wedding and last week’s Welcome To New York, Bollywood keeps reminding viewers that it still has a band of filmmakers who just want to create films without thinking for a minute second about the quality of the film. If you are a film buff and watch every other Bollywood film then go watch it else it’s in your best interest to skip it. You’ll save time and your hard earned money as well.
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