This movie is in between the lines of interest of conflicts. Some people are going to love it and some would just hate it. It may become a milestone to the feminism or just could be labeled as thrash. The movie is lined up with not so great story but, as for a women-centric movie, you may find it little bold. Half of India is not used to this kind of behavior to be seen coming out of women. Obviously, if you are of that kind, this movie is not meant for you. The acting of all the actors including Sonam Kapoor is flawless. The screenplay had an intensity to bring interest until the end of the movie. Other technical aspects can be praised, especially for its beautiful colors. You will be bored of music and songs very soon. 
The Times of India

Four friends dealing with life, love, marriage and heartbreak isn’t an unheard of concept. But what makes ‘Veere Di Wedding’ a unique prospect is that here the pack of performers, is led by four ladies who make their choices, stand by them and have the guts to live their life the they want. There’s nothing holding back these gutsy girls. They speak their mind with fearless abandon, while they’re talking about sex before marriage, the lack of it post marriage, about orgasms and sex toys. They giggle and laugh over it and analyse their own situations in life with a certain objectivity, which many may or may not agree with. It’s refreshing to see a film present its women characters, in not just a progressive light, but also with umpteen flaws and cracks. It gives them the freedom to make mistakes and move on and that’s the beauty of it. These girls are unabashed using cuss words to express their angst or get high and happy to let their hair down. They don’t feel compelled to explain themselves or justify their actions, and that is one of the highlights of the film. The best part of Director’s Shashanka Ghosh’s ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is the vibe that these veeres share and their conversational chemistry. They are like any four millennial girls who live their life carefree. But what the story could have done with is a little more depth in each character, which would make the audience feel for them. Here, you understand their complexities but don’t really become a part of their journey. There are some superb laugh-out-loud moments though, and some of the best dialogues are delivered effortlessly. A little more detailing in writing, could have added more heart to the story. While the conversations are engrossing, a lot of time is lost in the girls' chatter as the movie doesn't quite move forward. All the girls are fabulously dressed and styled in every frame, whether they’re partying, moping, introspecting or just having a good time. While the girls are cracking dialogues with cool confidence, what often disturbs the experience is the background score that constantly underlays the dialogues. The music is good with tracks like ‘Tareefan’ and ‘Bhangra Ta Sajda’ setting the mood for the moments. The four leading ladies break the proverbial glass ceiling with their sexy stilettos. We’ve rarely seen women on screen who are so uninhibited about their life, sexuality and desires. In that respect, ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is a brave effort indeed. This film will find an appeal with the younger generations who can relate to the discussions and dilemmas of these veeres.

Rachit Gupta
Veere Di Wedding
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