14 Phere Movie Review: ZEE5’s latest offering has a rather shocking but funny title – 14 Phere. If this makes you believe in something and makes you enthusiastic about the product, don’t worry, we assure you that you will have plenty of fun watching it. 14 Phere is a sweet rom-com turned into a crazy and hilarious wedding ceremony that will keep you entertained for almost two hours. In addition, you realize something about honor killings and old-fashioned traditions of our previous generations.
14 Phere Movie Review
The film revolves around Sanjay Singh (Vikrant Massey), a ‘rajput’ from Bihar, and Aditi Karwasra (Kriti Kharbanda), a ‘jat’ from Jaipur, and their love story, adventures and misadventures before the two planned weddings. The story has enough power to hold your attention from the first to the last scene. There are plenty of hilarious situations that will make you laugh and there are few emotional moments with family value either. The film attempts to convey a message against ancient traditions of the caste system in marriages held in rural parts of the country. Fortunately, it focuses on urban style usage by showing business lovebirds trying to keep their parents happy.
Kriti Khabanda has never looked so gorgeous in a movie. She is an absolute stunner in every frame with gorgeous looks and cute expressions. Vikrant Massey just gets better and better with each film and 14 Phere is no different. Gauahur Khan has a role away from her regular glamor image, but she still does enough to compete with a senior actor like Jameel Khan, who is on top form from the very first scene. The rest of the cast is also fantastic and shares good scenes out there. Music is well dependent on situations and tonal value and the lyrics for it are not out of context.
The cinematography, background score, screenplay and dialogue are nice. Devanshu Singh makes every situation resound with his presence of mind in the director’s chair. While a few scenes went wrong and motionless in the first half, the film manages to cover it in the second half. Overall a fun ride for couples and families that all three generations should enjoy together.
RATING – 3.5/5*