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Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana is the Bollywood family entertainer scripted and directed by Manish Harishankar. The film features Akshara Haasan, Vivaan Shah, Gurmeet Choudhary and Kavitta Verma in the lead roles. TP Aggarwal and Rahul Aggarwal bankrolled the project. Vipin Patwa, Revant Siddharth and Arko are the music composers and Ravi Yadav cranked the camera. Besides the main cast, the film has Saurabh Shukla, Sanjay Mishra and Ravi Kishan in pivotal roles.
Laaddoo is a middle-class guy, who is very much ambitious. He starts his career as a waiter in Kabir’s Café. It is run by his father’s friend. Laali is a regular customer at Kabir’s Café. As usual, the hero and the heroine are getting caught with love and dance to the romantic numbers. Soon, Laali comes to know that she is pregnant. When she conveys it to Laaddoo, he says that he is not interested in becoming a father now and is chasing his ambition. Laali slaps him and moves away. Meanwhile, a Royal family man named Veer gets into the scene. Veer, who had lost his parents and fiancé in an accident, is gearing up to marry Laali, as his family priest suggests him to marry a pregnant lady. Meanwhile, Laali’s lover, Laaddoo, feels much for leaving Laali. He comes to her and apologizes for his act. Now, whom will Laali marry? Will she marry the Royal Prince Veer or the middle-class Laaddoo?
Akshara Haasan’s strange expressions make the audiences to shock a bit. Vivaan Shah and Gurmeet failed to impress, except a couple of scenes. Saurabh Shukla, the experienced actor, has been wasted in this film.
Manish Harishankar, the director of the film, started it pretty well. But, he failed to keep the audiences concentrate on the screen. The yawning moments are more than the clapping moments.
What’s Not There?
The title makes us feel energetic and youthful. But, after leaving the theater, we wouldn’t feel the same. Although the film is with the rich backdrop, it didn’t attract the audiences as it didn’t have a rich script. If you have no films to watch this weekend, have a try!
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