Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana (2017) Hindi Watch Online Free
Genres: Drama, Family, Romance
Director: Ratnaa Sinha
Writers: Ratnaa Sinha
Stars: Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Kharbanda, Neha d Bhriguvanshi
Satyendra aka Sattu (Rajkummar Rao) and Aarti (Kriti Kharbanda) meet for a proposed arranged marriage and fall in love in the process. On the night of their marriage, an unexpected turn of events turns their world upside down. Set in the backdrop of India’s civil services, Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana explores the challenges that Satyendra and Aarti face as a middle-class couple in India.
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SHAADI MEIN ZAROOR AANA’s first half has issues but you let it pass as the goings on has genuinely some nice moments. The manner in which Sattu and Aarti fall for each other is cute. The entire dowry portion is well thought of. The dramatic sequence when Aarti runs away is dragging but makes for a decent watch. The second half also begins well but soon enough, the film goes downhill. One fails to understand how exactly do the makers want to present Sattu? Should the viewers sympathize with him for all the wrongdoings? Or should they hate him for the villainous and even lecherous way with which he tortures Aarti? The entire bribery investigation sequence ends on a dramatic note and one expects the film to end there. But the film drags for another 20-25 minutes. This portion is again needlessly lengthened and is highly predictable.
Kamal Pandey’s story is interesting but comes too late in the day. Maybe it is not intentionally done but the first half is very similar to the first hour of BADRINATH KI DULHANIA and the last 20 minutes are eerily similar to BAREILLY KI BARFI, which also starred Rajkummar Rao. Kamal Pandey’s screenplay is fine at few places but overall it’s quite a letdown. Kamal Pandey’s dialogues are simple and decent.
Ratnaa Sinha’s direction doesn’t make the desired impact. The film is unconvincing and silly at many points. Many scenes go on and on despite the fact that it’s clear what the maker wants to show in the beginning of the said scene itself.
I make it a habit of not missing R.Rao movies but was a bit hesitant after reading the reviews…but believe me, critics are too harsh on this movie.
R.Rao, as usual, has no match for his acting and Kriti brings a soft vulnerability to her role that we can’t really hate her for her actions. Story is similar to BNKD but the treatment is not only different, but much better in this one. And contrary to people who think that the movie should have ended after the revenge of our hero, I certainly feel that the last 20 minutes bring a much needed closure and enhance the entertainment value of the film.
And lastly, do watch the Pallo Latke song till the end!