Updated: March 05, 2021 14:32 IST
Rating : 2/5
Madhav (Sagar), an Australian resident returns to India in search of a life partner and in the process, he approaches a marriage bureau. The bureau manager agrees to orchestrate meetings with suitable matches, but due to unforeseen events, she hands over the responsibility to Satyabhama (Drishya). The rest of the story unveils the journey between Madhav and Drishya.
Sagar is a seasoned actor and he is in his elements in the role of an NRI. He does particularly well in emotional episodes. Drishya bags an author-backed role and she delivers a fine performance. The film has a host of comedy actors including Rahul Ramakrishna, Madhunandan, and Bhadram. They evoke a few laughs here and there.
Shaadi Mubarak has a thin plot and mainly banks on the lighthearted comedy. The comedy scenes featuring Rahul Ramakrishna and Ajay Ghosh in the opening half provide some entertainment. The cat and mouse game between the lead pair keep the viewers engaged, to an extent. However, the film often falters and the tempo goes down drastically. Bulk of the scenes in the latter half look repetitive and that tampers the flow.
Shaadi Mubarak will go down as another comedy caper which has a decent premise but is pulled down by lethargic screenplay and undercooked emotions. It has its bright moments scattered hither and thither but often falters, making it a sub-par watch.