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Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana is the romantic comedy entertainer featuring Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Kharbanda in the lead roles. Kamal Pandey scripted the film and Ratnaa Sinha directed the film. Vinod Bachchan, Manju Bachchan and Kalim Khan produced the film. Suresh Beesaveni cranked the camera and the music composition is by Anand Raj Anand, “Arko” and Rashid Khan. Ballu Saluja edited the film. Deepak Mukut and Soham Rockstar Entertainment distributed the film. The star cast includes “KK Raina,” Vipin Sharma, Manoj Pahwa, Govind Namdev, Ajitesh Gupta and Navni Parihar.
Aarti Shukla is from a moderate family. Her marriage is fixed with Satyendra, an upper-middle-class family guy, who works in a government office. Satyendra’s attitude impresses Aarti, while her parents are completely satisfied with his job and status. But, the fate didn’t leave Satya, peacefully on the day of the wedding. Yes, feeling hard to end up her life as a homemaker, Aarti runs away from home to chase her dreams. The situation made Satya feel like he is left alone in the middle of the woods. However, he molds himself, after being rejected by Aarti. After some years, Aarti and Satyendra meet each other. What is their present status? Did their lives changed completely? Watch the film in theaters!
Rajkummar’s performance is excellent as usual. He has brought every emotion to his face, quite easily and naturally. Kriti has accompanied Rajkummar well and has proved her acting valor.
Ratnaa Sinha has not come out with a brand new story, but it has a lot of social messages relating to the dowry system, gender and class discrepancy, bribe and some more. The film has the imitation of an English movie. The scenes are stretchy in some places. However, they are compensated by Rajkummar’s performance.
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Rajkummar has once again proved his versatility and Kriti shouldered him well. Although the film doesn’t have a new genre, it makes the family audience watch it with a lot of interest. Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana… A Zaroor Hit
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