Two unwilling individuals Satyendra and Aarti meet for an arranged marriage and end up falling in love with each other. But on the night of their wedding, something drastic happens which will change their lives and the lives of their families. Read Review & Watch Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana Full Movie in HD now
The movie stars Rajkummar Rao as Satyendra, Kriti Kharbanda as Aarti, Nayani Dixit as Abha, Karanvir Sharma as Sharad, Navni Parihar as Aarti’s mother, Alka Amin as Sattu’s mother, Neha Bhriguvanshi as Neelam, KK Raina as Satyendra’s father, Manoj Pahwa as Jogi, Govind Namdev as Aarti’s father and Abhijit Singh as Ranjan among others.
I had heard a lot of hype about this movie and I had been pressurized by almost every friend to watch this. Bowing to the peer pressure I decided to finally give it a shot. The movie, to me, did not live up to its hype but it still was a pretty good film.
I think the idea behind the movie was fantastic. It seems, however, that it was poorly executed. There are a lot of scenes in the movie which reflect lazy writing and plot armor. That being said, the movie has its moments.
Rajkummar Rao does a fantastic job in this film. The transition in his character from being a naive smitten kitten to a stone-faced jerk is awesome and he does a wonderful job at portraying that. The other supporting characters, however, feel like they’re just there. Their only contribution to the movie is as plot devices, which makes the movie a bit linear and predictable.
What bugged me most about the movie though was its ending. The makers seem to forget the incidents that transpired throughout the entire movie and decided to write an ending to please the Indian audience. The movie could have ended a lot better if they had stuck to the original plotline without trying to pull out clichéd shenanigans.
In spite of all that, Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana has a great storyline and if you have felt the sting of betrayal, you sure would enjoy it.