Star Cast: Anushka Ranjan, Diganth Manchale, Sonalli Sehgall, Karan Grover, Rishi Kapoor
Directed by: Binod Pradhan
Duration: 2 hours 3 minutes
Times Of India (TOI):
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
and My Best Friend’s Wedding
revamped, this pulav is probably the most stale wedding dish you’ll have ever. The film follows the standard Punjabi wedding film template to the T, then giving it the cliched ‘pyaar dosti hai’ twist to infuse novelty… Read full review...
This film is about a Punjabi wedding and somewhere in the middle of the ongoing noisy band, bajaa and obnoxious baraat, the groom realises that he’s in love with his female best friend instead of the bride. So, if you are expecting novelty, go to the next screen… Read full review...
Almost every week, Bollywood sees a new face making his/her debut on the silver screen. While there are a handful who make it on their own merit (read ‘minus any proverbial godfather’), there are others who have their ‘illustrious’ parents’ to help them take their baby steps into Bollywood… Read full review...
Bland and unenticing, Wedding Pullav
is a concoction that is too stale and sloppy to tingle even the least evolved of cinematic taste buds. There is much in the film that defies logic. But nothing is more mystifying than the names of Binod Pradhan and Rishi Kapoor in the credits… Read full review...
Broadly speaking romantic-comedies can be divided into two categories—good and bad. A good romantic- comedy enthralls , engages and entertains the audience. While, on the other hand, a bad one simply leaves those in attendance confused and unsatisfied… Read full review...
The Indian Express:
‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’. ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’. And the many other variants of this old, old theme—old pals discovering non-platonic feelings for each other at their wedding – flash through your head as you sit through this ‘pullav’… Read full review...
The music of Wedding Pullav isn’t exceptional but it seems to go well with the story, says Aelina Kapoor. Wedding Pullav is about, well, a wedding, and composers Salim-Sulaiman come on board with lyricist Irfan Siddiqui to make the music… Read full review...
As obvious as chai biscuit
, this new addition to B-town wedding kit doesn’t fit. Director Binod Pradhan goes Balle Balle
on the ridiculously predictable Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai
plot thingie where best buddies discover special feelings for each other at their wedding… Read full review...