This Lady Reviews Veere Di Wedding In The Most Sarcastic Way Possible And You Will Love It

1:23 pm 2 Jun, 2018

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There was a lot of hype and buzz created around the movie Veere Di Wedding before its release. Dubbed as ‘I’m not a chick flick’ this film has finally hit the theaters. With big names like Kareena Kapoor Khan and Sonam Kapoor, it’s based on the celebration of female friendship. The story showcases their lives and interdependency with the backdrop of one of them getting hitched.

 

 

Is the film worth watching? Well, we are not churning out any reviews for you. That you have to decide for yourself! However, what we can caution you about is that there are mild spoilers ahead.

 

 

The film actually attracted mixed reactions from the critics. Here is someone who is part of the common crowd and saw the movie. When asked about how she liked it, this is what she shared:

‘Lookwise, it was good. It is Instagram and Pinterest-filtered. Sets are very good, very beautiful film. People are also beautiful. The story is also beautiful, but there’s no feeling in it. It’s like you have thrown a lot of money, but afterward, you don’t feel anything. Songs are also good, but you should instead listen to it on YouTube, as you won’t enjoy it in the film.’

Oh, the burn!

 


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Furthermore, she added that she learned a new lesson from the movie.

‘If you are hurt and you are rich, then you can go to Thailand, is what I have learned from the film.’

Well, her sarcastic savagery of reviewing Veere Di Wedding continued with comments on product placement in the film. This is what she shared:

‘Instead of acting, they have done product placement. You won’t see the acting, but surely the product. The most important one is Bikaji, you can have it when you are sad or happy. They have also done good product placement of Air India, but they put the line of Indigo, so there could be a conflict of interest in that.’

 

She also commented on Shikha Talsania, Sumeet Vyas, and Swara Bhasker’s acting. Naturally, the review was mostly brutal.

‘Shikha Talsania and Sumeet Vyas were the most natural. Swara Bhasker’s dialogues are good, but this is the first time she been shown rich in a film. Till now, she was shown from only the helpless, BIMARU states, so since she doesn’t have the habit, she doesn’t know what to do with the money.’

Watch the video here:

 

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