Shadi Me Jarur Aana | Rajkumar Rao’s last many films have managed to earn a lot of money along with collecting their costs at the box office. While Rao’s last film ‘Newton’ managed to get entry in the Oscars, ‘Behen Hogi Teri’, ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ were appreciated by critics and audience.
If we talk about ‘Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana’, then in this film, Ratna Sinha raised a great concept on her behalf, but the director unnecessarily pulled this simple story in such a way that after the interval, the film starts testing the audience. Before the release of the film, the director also resorted to some controversies to make his film hot in the media and audience, there was a lot of gossip about Raw and Kriti in film magazines, but the film is not going to get any special benefit at the box office.
However, the film can get the benefit of strong acting in Rao’s last three films. Anyway, these are the two special reasons to watch this film, one is the closeness of the story to reality and the other is the excellent acting of Rao in the lead character Sattu. Story Plot: The story starts from the city of Kanpur. In an office, Kark Satyendra Mishra alias Sattu (Rajkumar Rao) is shown a photo of a girl for his maternal uncle’s wedding. Sattu’s family likes the girl’s photo, but Aarti Shukla’s (Kriti Kharbanda) mother wants her daughter to meet her future husband once before marriage.
Initially, Aarti does not say yes to marriage and the reason for this is to make her career and realize her dreams, but due to her father’s insistence, Aarti agrees to get married. Satyendra and Aarti are introduced for this arranged marriage and in the first meeting, Aarti and Sattu give heart to each other. After this, the family of both of them starts preparing for their wedding, but on the day of the wedding, the bride Aarti disappears from the pavilion. Sattu feels that Aarti has cheated on him and he now aims to take revenge on Aarti. The simple sattu now becomes an angry man.
Talking about acting, it has to be believed that Rao has now become an expert in doing all kinds of roles, here too There is no answer to Rao in the role of Sattu. Kriti Kharbanda is just fine in her role. Anyway, this is a story revolving around Raw, so the rest of the actors did not get a chance to do anything more anyway. The director kept this straight story on the right track before the interval, but after the interval, the climax did not know why the film was unnecessarily dragged on the lines of Mumbai films. Shadi Me Jarur Aana