Shruti and Bittoo are just out of Delhi University. A chance and inopportune meeting brings them together to reluctantly start a tumultuous entrepreneurial venture as Wedding Planners. Their business enters the ups and downs of the lavish world of the glamour and glitz of Delhi baaraats and weddings that will test their frien...more
Shruti and Bittoo are just out of Delhi University. A chance and inopportune meeting brings them together to reluctantly start a tumultuous entrepreneurial venture as Wedding Planners. Their business enters the ups and downs of the lavish world of the glamour and glitz of Delhi baaraats and weddings that will test their friendship over time. less
“It's the wedding season and if you're in the spirit, you'll enjoy this one!”
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"Shaadi Karwane Ke LIYE BHI BINNESS sense hona Chahiye..." Even getting married can be a cut throat business, I am not talking only for the bride and groom but also for the wedding planners. They need to fight the big fight just to make the special day for the couple go without a hitch. This is what Band Baja Baarat is all about. A girl dreams of starting a wedding planning business and a carefree lad jumps in to first flirt with her and later on looking for a job. They start small by first working under a famous wedding planner of the Delhis wedding planning circuit but start off on their own when they are blamed for something they werent responsible for.
Ranveer Singh along with Anushka Sharma make a good appearance as for a newbies in the bollywood. Ranveer (Bittoo) and Anushka (Shruti) keep the momentum going and there are no slow parts in the movie which moves on fast from one scene to another. No sobbing faces when Anushkas heart breaks and no unnecessary acting overdose from debutant Ranveer.
Songs are apt for the movie no long boring songs, no item numbers with short clothes and belly shaking hot girls. Especially songs like avi avi lut gaya had the crowd blowing whistles and surely it seemed people enjoyed this movie without any regret of having wasted their money. The first venture of director Maneesh Sharma, whose last stint was as an Associate Director on the immensely successful Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, seems to be taking small steps but taking the correct ones.
Do watch out for Ranveer Singh's funny punjabi ascent, Anushka Sharma's 'Rule' book and the second verison of 'Ainvayi Ainvayi' in the end.
Footer: the movie was in sync with the marriage season and seems will do a decent business by catching eyeballs of many people, hopefully due to its new concept, peppy numbers and correct timing to hit the screens.