No, we are not talking about Veeray di Wedding; we are talking about the Veeray ki Wedding, where ‘dilli ka launda’ Veer Aurora is completely in love with dilli ki kudi Geet.
Set in Delhi, this film revolves around two lovers who take up the entire time of 3 hours just to get married. Of course, the narrative loses its charms half way. The entire narrative becomes all the more confused in the second half which bears absolutely no resemblance to the first half. In the first half, the audience is also introduced to Balli aka Jimmy Shergill who is supposedly Veer’s cousin. Balli is unlucky and is eternally searching for a bride.
The sad dialogues add to the pathos of the narrative. Of course, we have the typical raw Delhi humour, but that does not necessarily tickle your funny bones. Parental opposition alone cannot make the story hefty. To create more twists, they introduce another suitor for Geet which makes the narrative fuzzy and incoherent.
The film makes a futile effort to create an impression and Pulkit Samrat has done a far better job in Fukrey. If only he could come out of his Salman hangover, he will do a far better job. Kirti Kharbanda has played a bride in many of her movies. It is high time that she explores her other facets. She does not have to look just pretty and act stupid. It is time to add some mettle to her character. Music is also average, which is not a saving grace for this movie particularly.
Veeray ki Wedding is a loud film which makes it even worse for people who have gone to the movie hall for a light-hearted entertainer.