Complete review of ‘Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana’
Star Cast: Kriti Kharbanda, Rajkummar Rao, Nayani Dixit, Manoj Pahwa, K K Raina, Vipin Sharma, Govind Namdev, Navni Parihar
Director: Ratnaa Sinha
Producer: Vinod Bachchan, Manju Bachchan, Kaleem Khan
Rating: 2/5 Stars
Music Director: Anand Raj Anand, Arko
Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Kharbanda starrer ‘Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana’ has been released in cinemas. It is a romantic comedy coupled with a revenge story.
Story of the movie: The story of the film revolves around Satyendra (Rajkummar Rao) who is all set to get married to Aarti (Kriti Kharbanda). In their first meeting itself, Aarti clearly tells Satyendra that she would like to work after marriage and the guy happily agrees. It’s an arranged marriage for them, but then in their courtship period love blossoms between the two. On the day of her marriage, it is revealed that Aarti has cleared PCS exams. At the same time her sister reveals to Aarti that her mother-in-law won’t allow her to work after marriage, and she urges her to run away. Aarti decides to leave the wedding and runs away to pursue her dreams. After five years, Aarti is accused of taking a bribe, her case goes into the hands of the DM, who is none other Satyendra. Now starts a war. Satyendra tries to take revenge from Aarti by humiliating her during the case enquiry. What will happen next? For this you have to watch the film.
Star Performance: Rajkumar Rao has delivers a brilliant performance. He once again proves he can do any role given to him. While, on the other hand, Kriti has also done good acting. Veteran actors like Govind Namdev, Vipin Sharma and Manoj Pahwa are fantastic in their respective roles. Nayani Dixit as Aarti’s sister is amazing and Karanvir Sharma impresses in the small appearance.
Music Direction: The film’s music is good.
Direction: The film’s direction is good. The story of the film is weak. Director Ratnaa Sinha manage to impress us in the first half with some really amazing sequences that showcase the reality of the world we are living in. There are some wonderful romantic and mushy sequences between Rao and Kharbanda, but then the second half spoils the whole mood of the film.
Watch Or Not: Overall, the film is a one time watch!