Swara Bhaskar: She as Sakshi Soni, a South-Delhi girl is a bold rich, adds the correct amount of craziness.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja: As Avni Sharma, she has portrayed her character traits very well. She’s been desperately seeking for love at the same time she even reveals her faults with apathy, giving some funny & cute jiffs in the movie.
Shikha Talsania: Her character as Meera Sood among the Veeres is quite relatable. She is just easy & is able to capture a major part of the movie’s screen presence.
Kareena Kapoor Khan: She as Kalindi Puri has excelled in her character as the girl who is looking for her own answers & trying to understand the concept of a marriage.
Sumeet Vyas: As Rishabh (a considerate fiancé), he plays an understanding cute guy to whom rituals don’t matter but can’t refuse his family.
Vishwas Kinni: He sparkles as Bhandari, a flamboyant suitor who mulishly pursues Avni.
Story: Kalindi, Avni, Sakshi & Meera are childhood school friends. Kalindi & Rishabh are about to get hitched & the 4 gal pals meet-up for the wedding of their Veere. This wedlock celebration reveals some undisclosed secrets & few harsh realities.
Direction: The Director Shashanka Ghosh has best shown the vibe these Veeres shares & their dubious chemistry.
Veere Di Wedding (2018): The movie is enjoyable but just in parts. Some attractive people disclose their disordered life & this might connect with such an audience which is very limited.
Review by Shreya Ghosh