Veere Di Wedding which stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam K Ahuja, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsaniain has crucial importance in relation roles has won the hearts of the fans and is still entertaining the people in the theatres. According to a recent report this film has managed to earn Rs 4.50 crore on Sunday, a total of Rs 11.50 crore in the second weekend at the box office, which has helped the film reach a total collection of Rs 65.96. This story involves four friends dealing with life, love, marriage, and heartbreak which is an unknown concept till now. But what makes ‘Veere Di Wedding’ a unique hit is that here the main performers are by four ladies who make their choices, stand by them and have the guts to live their life the way they want. There is nothing which can hold back these girls.
They speak what is there in their mind with fearless, even though it is about sex before marriage, the lack of it post marriage, about orgasms and sex toys. They enjoy and laugh over it and imagine their own situations in life with a certain objectivity, which many may or may not agree with. It’s amazing to see a film present its women characters, is not just a happening way, but also with a lot of flaws and cracks. It gives them the freedom to make mistakes and move on and that is the beauty of it. These girls are not embarrassed using annoying words to express their feeling of deep anxiety. They don’t feel forced to explain themselves or justify their deeds, and that is one of the highlighting quality of the film.
Kalindi (Kareena Kapoor Khan), Avni (Sonam Kapoor Ahuja), Sakshi (Swara Bhaskar) and Meera (Shikha Talsania) are childhood friends. Kalindi and Rishabh (Sumeet Vyas) are going to marry, and the four girls come together for veere di wedding. But of course, there can be no shaadi without entertainment and a lot of drama. This wedding celebration brings out many secrets, unspoken truths, and some unpleasant realities as well. In that respect, ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is a brave effort. This film will find a heartfelt request with the younger generations who can relate to the discussions.