#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sanjay is a Rajput from Jahanabad which is known for honour killings. He is in love with Aditi, a Jat from Jaipur whose father and elder brother will kill to keep their honour. Both are very close to their families, yet they want to get married. In order to live together, they plan to con their families by arranging a set of fake parents and reliable allies so that Sanjay can show Aditi as a Rajput girl and Aditi can show Sanjay as a Jat boy to get married before eloping to the US. Will they manage to make it?
Plot: Sanjay, a Rajput from Jahanabad, falls in love with his college senior Aditi, a Jat from Jaipur. They want to get married, but don’t want to hurt their families. So they plan to get married by arranging a fake set of parents. Will they succeed?
Smart Tags: N/A
|N/A Votes: N/A|
|5.8 Votes: 4 Popularity: 14.044|
A Family Comedy That Begins Strong But Finishes Weak !!!
A comedy of errors, 14 Phere begins strong with a plotline reminiscent of Priyadarshan film. But as the film progresses, the story becomes quite predictable and jumbled, which appears more like a medley of similar films. Director Devanshu Singh tries to weave in many poignant topics like casteism, honour killing and dowry through this social comedy, which raises the expectation of the viewer. Maybe he could have done justice with it, had the screenplay been tightly put. When they call it a social comedy, viewers expect memorable punchlines, which the movie fails to deliver. Nevertheless, it is a clean family comedy that can be entertaining for all age groups who enjoy a good shaadi film.
Sanjay a theatre enthusiast simpleton from Jahanabad in Bihar falls in love with his college senior Aditi, a bold jatni from Jaipur. Much like fairy tales, they are living and loving a happy life with successful careers. However, the pressure from their conservative families of getting married within their caste keeps hovering like a dark cloud above their heads.
The film rides on the shoulders of the talented Vikrant Massey who tries his best to keep the show running with portrayal of the simple Bihari Rajput, a role that he pulls off with ease. While Kriti’s screen presence is stunning, especially in the bridal and ethnic attires, she fails to match up to the skilled acting of Vikrant. Even as she tries hard to portray a bold and fearless Jatni, she is stuck with a poker face expression for most parts. The banter between Jameel and Gauhar as theatre actors, as well as their individual performances are a treat to watch. Their humour is well timed according to the character. Yamini Das as Sarla exudes such mushy warmth as Sanjay’s mother that the viewer would want to give her a hug for being sweet to a fault. Some of the most precious moments in the film are between her and Kriti as the mother and daughter-in-law, a moment enhanced by the soulful rendition ‘Ram-Sita’ sung beautifully by Rekha Bharadwaj.
Overall, the film would certainly appeal to those who love family sagas and shaadi dramas. Due to its simplistic portrayal of characters and clean comedy, it can very well be a weekend family movie time pick. Yet, better writing and some good dialogues could have brought about some noteworthy performances, given the relevance of the theme.
Fun,quirky and decently written.
Would definitely recommend it as a one time watch.
Original Language hi
Director Devanshu Singh
Writer Manoj Kalwani
Actors Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda, Yamini Das
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A