14 Phere is a social comedy movie scripted and directed by Devanshu Singh Devanshu Singh is an Indian director, screenwriter >> Read More... . Zee Studios bankrolled the project. The film was released on Zee 5 23rd July 2021. Vikrant Massey Vikrant Massey, who is a TV actor, was born in Nag >> Read More... , Kriti Kharbanda, Vinay Pathak, Gauahar Khan, Jameel Khan, Yamini Das Yamini Das, with no prior experience of acting, be >> Read More... , Vineet Kumar Vineet Kumar was born in 1957 in the capital of Bi >> Read More... , Priyanshu Singh Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Manoj Bakshi Manoj Bakshi is a very known figure in the movies >> Read More... , Govind Pandey Govind Pandey is a Hindi film actor. He has acted >> Read More... , Mahesh Chandra Deva Mahesh Chandra Deva is an actor in the Indian film >> Read More... , and Sumit Suri Sumit, a newcomer in Bollywood, belongs to Rishike >> Read More... are cast. Riju Das Bio coming soon... >> Read More... cranked the camera, and Manan Sagar Manan Sagar is an Indian film actor born in Gujara >> Read More... edited the film. Rajeev V Bhalla composed the music.
Sanju and Aditi are college mates. They fall in love and are living together. After some time, they understood that their parents wouldn’t accept their marriage due to caste issues. Sanju’s dad wants him to marry a girl from their caste, and the same goes for Aditi’s dad, and he is against love marriages. However, Sanjay wants to get married to Aditi and devices a plan. He sets up fake parents to get Aditi married. He seeks help from Zubina. Did their plan work out? Who played the fake parents? What if their parents come to know about this? The rest of the story deals with this.
Vikrant Massey does a decent job, and his chemistry with Kriti is good too. Kriti did her job perfectly as asked. Although they are good, it is Gauahar who swallowed all their performances and took the lead. Her body language, expressions, and dialogue delivery are fantastic. The rest of the stars have done their best.
Although this is not a new story and has been dealt with in Indian movies umpteen times, the director decided to go with the script with some new screenplay and characters. The casting department had worked out well and had chosen the right stars. Although not all the scenes are interesting and funny, there are some moments to enjoy. When some scenes make the audience predict the upcoming scenes easily, the main point of entertainment is gone. Some social messages are spoken in the film but not executed properly. However, the audience was expecting some interesting twist with the climax that had never happened. The BGM and songs are quite okay, and cinematography and editing are decent too.
What’s Not There?
The film is neither good nor bad, but an okayish time pass!