The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It might look bold and flashy and path breaking in an industry yet to acknowledge the whims of female chemistry. But maybe there's a clue to its futility in the film's relentless product-placement stance.
Veere Di Wedding has the humour and pizzazz down pat. Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania get all the best dialogue because they are not saddled with emotional tracks like the other two leading ladies.
Director Shashanka Ghosh has managed to develop the right chemistry between his four leads and that's the film's greatest strength
Veere is yet another in the steadily growing list of squarely mainstream films in which womanhood is not all about being virtuous. The ladies are flawed and susceptible to transgressions.
Kareena Kapoor Khan tries her best but fails to uplift this outrageous, gratingly loud and unnecessarily abusive film.
The chemistry between the actresses never feels fake, but the situations into which they are forced rarely seem convincing.
Veere Di Wedding delivers on its initial promise: it is a fun, feisty and slightly ribald comedy but with a tender heart lurking not far beneath.
While this film isn't going to make you any wiser in love or life, Veere Di Wedding will go down as an engaging film that doesn't hurt the eye.
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.
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