• …a two-hour film that frequently feels like a fashion spread sprung to life. I had faint memories of Veere Di Wedding just hours after watching the film because it’s largely contrived and forgettable. I’m going with a generous two out of five. It’s an opportunity missed.

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    The four ‘veeres’, Kalindi (Kareena Kapoor), Avni (Sonam Kapoor Ahuja), Sakshi (Swara Bhaskar) and Meera (Shikha Talsania)—are a solid bunch despite their riches and girlish squeals and their entitled troubles.

  • Friends are the new family. Weddings are now as much about parents giving away the bride as they are about friends entrusting her to a man they approve of. Veere Di Wedding gets this fantastic bond right, and gives us four dramatically different kinds of women with agency and spirit. Nobody stands in the way of their decisions. Some girls will always choose to argue, just as some mothers will always choose to harangue. We haven’t seen these ladies on screen before, and they will serve as an awakening. India could do with an alarm call. Sometimes we need a movie to tell us what an orgasm means.

  • Divya Pal
    Divya Pal


    At two hours and fifteen minutes, Veere Di Wedding is an engaging film which is let down by its flaws. It is a film that could have been so much more.

  • Sweta Kaushal
    Sweta Kaushal
    Hindustan Times


    In its own subtle way, Veere Di Wedding also tries to subvert the male dominant stereotype but these moments are so few and far between that you almost miss the point. It may be a buddy comedy but it is not among the best in the genre, not even top five.

  • Rohit Bhatnagar
    Rohit Bhatnagar
    Deccan Chronicle


    VDW is an easy, breezy, one-time watch. If you are a fan of happy and convenient endings, then this popcorn entertainment is your dose for the weekend.

  • Kareena’s restraint around the wedding hysteria bubbling around her, Sonam’s airheaded optimism, Swara’s crackling profanity and comfort for innuendoes and Shikha’s talent for naughty wit comes together to say it’s not a big deal for women to talk and do as they please.

    If only Veere Di Wedding actually believed it too.

  • Rachit Gupta
    Rachit Gupta
    Times Of India


    The four leading ladies break the proverbial glass ceiling with their sexy stilettos. We’ve rarely seen women on screen who are so uninhibited about their life, sexuality and desires. In that respect, ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is a brave effort indeed. This film will find an appeal with the younger generations who can relate to the discussions and dilemmas of these veeres.

  • In terms of humour, “Veere Di Wedding” works well, but it stutters when it comes to the emotional conflicts, which feel unreal and contrived. The sets are opulent, the costumes are expensive and these characters all live in the rarefied bubble that is Delhi high society.

  • DNA Web Team
    DNA Web Team
    DNA India


    It’s being hailed as a female buddy flick and the girls are open about drinking, having flings and discussing sex, which by and large is taboo in our films, so it’s brave in that sense. But it has nothing to do with women empowerment. Once you accept that and watch the film you are in for a crazy ride. Yes, there are loopholes in the story but then it never professed to be taken seriously. It’s pitched as a comedy and one needn’t always find logic in the fun.

  • Suhani Singh
    Suhani Singh
    India Today


    Everything is so rosy and pretty in Veere Di Wedding that all the issues are needlessly amplified to build a sense of drama and conflict. The brazen and unapologetic behaviour seen here extends to the number of product placements thrown into the film. The sisterhood of Dilliwali girlfriends for all their rebellion and nonstop whining and profanities ultimately seek validation in the most conventional way. Veere Di Wedding emphasizes on the need to make mistakes and learn from them. The makers are guilty of not following the diktat.

  • All said and done, Veere Di Wedding is entertaining but only in parts. Good looking people reveal their messed up life & it might find a connect but with a very limited range of audience. Kareena Kapoor Khan has looked like a million dollars!

  • …has a bold theme that defies stereotypes and delivers a shock value. At the box office, the multiplex audience and the youth [especially female] will patronize the film in a big way. Watch it for all the fun and madness created by the four leading ladies.

  • In sum, this is not entirely unwatchable. Only, in trying too hard to play it cool, the whole experience comes across as somewhat pretentious.

  • Kareena, Sonam, Swara, Shikha play relatable non-conformists in a fun buddy flick…

  • Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta's Blog


    Veere Di Wedding has taken a flying start and it will keep everyone smiling despite the fact that a section of the audience will be critical of the content. In commercial terms, this one will turn out to be a richly rewarding proposal.

  • Manisha Lakhe
    Manisha Lakhe


    Four friends come together as grown ups when one of them, Kalindi, decides to get married. The couple thinks it will be a small, intimate do, but it turns out to be a great Indian over the top shindig. The friends find their troubles magnified under the glitter and after lots of boozy nights and days discover how love triumphs all. You want to facepalm several times but it’s all frothy and bubbly as Champagne…

  • Tushar Joshi
    Tushar Joshi
    Bollywood Life


    Veere Di Wedding is unapologetic and brash in its message that women can have as much fun as men, if not maybe a little more! Watch it for the all girl ensemble cast that delivers a knockout punch with their performance.

  • IANS


    This film is great fun to watch. The quartet of gorgeous women are more entertaining than the four guys in Dil Chahta Hai. One of whom had famously said, “You can’t improve on perfection”.

    True, but you can do a helluva lot with imperfection. Specially if you have the wealth to play around with to hide your ongoing bouts of gaffes and faux pas. Veere Di Wedding is one helluva joyride, a designer’s delight and yet not quite the air-headed experience it loudly proclaims itself to be.

  • Kunal Guha
    Kunal Guha
    Mumbai Mirror


    While this one works as a breezy film on girl bonding, it gets a bit tedious while taking a stab at patriarchy. In fact, a message it hopes to convey on the societal pressures endured by women is lazily tucked into a dialogue. “Pehle shaadi karo, phir bachcha, phir bachcha hua toh doosre bachche ka pressure.” It almost seems like old whine in a new bottle.

  • Namrata Joshi
    Namrata Joshi
    The Hindu


    The familiar buddy formula plays it out frothy and fluffy in ‘Veere di Wedding’

  • While this film isn’t going to make you any wiser in love or life, Veere Di Wedding will go down as an engaging film that doesn’t hurt the eye.

  • Madhuri


    Veere Di Wedding is easy on eyes. From the times where the heroine was always supposed to be Ms. Two Goody-Shoes who abstained from getting between the sheets before marriage to women now being shown inhibited when it comes to their life, sexuality, and desires, Bollywood has come a long way. Despite its set of flaws, a trip to this wedding will keep you entertained for most of the time.

  • Veere Di Wedding looks exactly like a Balaji production, all gloss and glamour and hardly any soul.

  • Rarely has a movie worked so hard at being outrageous…