Undertaking: 14 Phere
Lead Solid: Kriti Kharbanda (Aditi), Vikrant Massey (Sanjay), Jameel Khan (Amay), Gauhar Khan (Zubina)
Path: Devanshu Singh
Scores: 3/5 stars
They are saying when two people get married in India, it’s not solely a ‘marriage’ between two souls, however a conjugal of two households. Even at this time, most of the time, issues transfer ahead with the mutual consent of the households of the bride and groom.
Nonetheless, hassle mounts when two people are head over heels in love and hell-bent to get married, however households disapprove. It’s this straightforward but riveting plot that director Devanshu Singh has explored in his newest film ’14 Phere’ at the moment streaming on ZEE5
For Sanjay (Vikrant) & Aditi (Kriti) love blooms in faculty. Sanjay hails from a typical orthodox Rajput household from Bihar whereas Aditi belongs to a Jat household from Rajasthan. Each households worth their tradition & ‘sanskar’ to a terrific extent. Each do effectively of their respective careers and as pure relationship development plans to take the leap of ‘marital’ religion. However their households and their prejudices put water on plans. So what precisely Sanjay & Aditi do to make sure they get married with out upsetting their mother and father? In comes the wonderful duo of Amay (Jameel Khan) & Zubina (Gauhar Khan) who’re each buddies of Sanjay. The duo agrees to assist Sanjay and Aditi in the easiest way potential to get married to one another and that’s the place an entertaining, action-packed journey of chaos, misadventure, and unpredictability begins. No spoilers allowed, henceforth.
What We Preferred:
Vikrant Massey as Sanjay and Kriti Kharbanda as Aditi have achieved a commendable job. From their dialect to humorous one-liners, they hit the ball out of the park with their sensational chemistry. Additional factors to Vikrant for the finesse he brings into his character right here to make it look easy on display screen. Jameel Khan & Gauhar Khan entertain of their restricted display screen presence.
What May Have Been Higher:
Director Devanshu Singh places his greatest foot ahead to serve the viewers a platter of comedy, romance in addition to a message on casteism, dowry & honour killing. The screenplay may have been tighter, and punchlines higher. Total, the ‘comedy of errors’ is participating and there are sufficient ‘seeti maar’ moments to maintain you entertained. Paisa vasool leisure!!!