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Veere Di Wedding, the comedy film is scripted by Nidhi Mehra and Mehul Suri and directed by Shashanka Gosh. Veere Di Wedding Star Cast has Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, Shikha Talsania, Sumeet Vyas, Neena Gupta and many others. The women-centric film is produced by Anil Kapoor Films & Communication Network, Saffron Broadcast & Media Ltd and Balaji Motion Pictures. The songs are composed by Shashwat Sachdev, Vishal Mishra, QARAN and White Noise and the Background score is by Arijit Dutta. Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti cranked the camera and Shweta Venkat Matthew is the editor.
Kalindi, Avni, Sakshi and Meera are the best buddies. Kalindi falls in love with Rishab and decides to get married to him without knowing about the marriage and the rest of the things that follow it. Avni’s mom has been searching a groom for her but they couldn’t get a perfect match for her. Meera got married and she has a kid. Sakshi fears to get married. All the three friends take part in Kalindi’s wedding and how they behave and what they share is the story.
Kareena plays the central role and she has done a good job. Similarly, Sonam, Shika and Swara had done the given roles perfectly and to be specific, they all have pulled out their roles with ease as the youngsters. Neena comes as a perfect mother, who wants to get her daughter married at the right age.
Like the ad words, why should boys have all the fun, this film showcases the fun-filled side of the girl besties. Similarly, the dressing style should be appreciated. The songs are good and they suit the best to the situation. The BGM is the one that irritates the audiences, as it fades the dialogues at times. Although the story is not unique, the main thing that stands highlighted is the bold attempt with sexy dialogues and the execution.
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On the whole, the film would impress the besties, who speak a lot of nonsense and behave silly. This is the first women-centric film that is made like that of the films with boy besties enjoying their life to the core.
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