Director: Ashu Trikha
Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Jimmy Shergill, Kriti Kharbanda, Satish Kaushik, Yuvika Chaudhary, Supriya Karnik, Sapna Chaudhary
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Synopsis: Veer Arora (Pulkit Samrat), the rich man’s only son perfectly utilizes her muscle power and his dad’s money to be help the damsel in distress, the needy fellow with some teary stories and prevent bank robbery too. And finally, this modern day Robinhood falls for Geet (Kriti Kharbanda), the daughter of Ahinsa ke Pujari Mr Gopi Bhalla (Satish Kaushik) who eventually rejects the marriage proposal. Here comes the 35 years old unmarried cousin of Veer, Balli (Jimmy Shergill) just to turn the situation towards worst. Amid this chaos, how Veer tries to convince the rigid Mithai shopwala Bhalla to give his daughter’s hand for marriage is the central plot of the movie. Vijay Raaz tried very hard to tickle the funny bones with his voice over but failed measurably. In a nutshell, we can say that Veeray Ki Wedding is a match surely not made in heaven.
- The powerful acting of Jimmy Shergill is the only plus point in this unbearable movie.
- Mit Brothers music is foot tapping.
- The acting of Pulkit Samrat seems that he is in Salman Khan’s hangover. He uses too much swag only to show how much time he has spent in gym
- The storyline, editing and screenplay are outdated.
- In a romantic comedy, you will rarely find a single line which can actually make you smile
- The set designs are like any other daily soap’s set