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5 Weddings

1.5 out of 5 | Comedy, Drama, Romance |  1 hrs 39 mins |   26 Oct 2018
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Story:

An American journalist travels to India to cover Bollywood weddings, only to have a liaison officer assigned to the project, whose sole job is to prevent any journalistic espionage under India's Censorship Laws. As the coverage of Bollywood weddings unfolds, so does a colorful mosaic of lost loves, transgender tangles and culture clashes along the heartfelt journey of life, symbolized by the universal ups and downs of a wedding celebration.


Cast and Crew:

Directed by: Namrata Singh Gujral
Produced by: Namrata Singh Gujral
Screenplay:Denise Cruz-Castino, Andy Glickman, Namrata Singh Gujral
Story by:
Music by:
Christopher French
Background Score:
Christopher French
Cinematography (DOP):Christo Bakalov
Edited by:Steve Mirkovich
Production Company:Uniglobe Entertainment
Distributed by:Sony Pictures Releasing, Vision Films,UniGlobe Entertainment
English Subtitles:No    

Average Critic Rating: 1.5 out of 5

1.5 out of 5.0 based on 3 critic reviews.

Moviekoop

Rating: 3.0 out of 5

Overall, if you guys are looking for some free food in this over-the-top wedding, never dare to gatecrash as it will give you virtual diarrhea for the next few days. Read full review


NDTV

Rating: 1.5 out of 5

To sum up, 5 Weddings is anything but a happy marriage of style and content. On both crucial fronts, it is left scrounging for inspiration. The only thing it does with any degree of authority is skim the surface of a genre that has been done to death. With absolutely nothing textually new or texturally fresh on offer, it's down for the count from the word go. Read full review


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Rating: 1.5 out of 5

Rajkummar Rao picks up his pay cheque with utmost professionalism, while the American Bollywood hopeful Nargis Fakhri benefits vastly from speaking in her own voice, for a change. Fakhri isn’t dubbed by an Indian local, as she usually is in her Hindi films, but she still doesn’t have the heft to carry off such material. Rajkummar Rao does, but he doesn’t have too much to do. The film is content in its modesty, but it doesn’t quite work as an intimate and closely observed drama either. Read full review


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