Kamaal Rashid Khan gives zero stars to Veere Di Wedding, Twitter agrees for the first time
The film stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Swaraj Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania as the leading ladies and promised to be a top-notch entertainer.
After a promising trailer and massive promotions, Veere Di Wedding has finally hit the screens ending our long wait. The film stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Swaraj Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania as the leading ladies and promised to be a top-notch entertainer. The movie that is apparently about feminism and friendship, is out but is struggling to mesmerize the audience with its eye-pleasing tactics. Going by several reviews from people who have watched it, the film has failed to live up to the expectations.
Out of all those reviews, we have one from Kamal Rashid Khan, popularly known for his derogatory comments ad foul mouth on social media platforms. However, KRK, as we know him, gave more of a warning in this case which is honest to an extent.
Kamaal R. Khan took to his Twitter handle to term the film as a cheap one full of abuses and brand promotions! As a matter of fact, he has given zero stars to the film and urged people to avoid the movie.
Film #VeereDiWedding is full of abuses and full of different brands promotion. Some superb dialogues are about Lena Dena, Chadhna Utarna, Iski Maa Kaa Uski Bahan Ka! So we refuse to review this cheap film. 0* star from us! Avoid it pls.
— KRKBOXOFFICE (@KRKBoxOffice) May 31, 2018
For the first time in history, people joined forces with the Deshdrohi actor and agreed with his words. To add to it, the Tweeple trolled the movie all the more owing to the actors’ extremely bad acting clubbed with way too many unnecessary dialogues.
👉Banned In Pakistan
👉Boycotted In India
👉0 Star Rating By Even KRK's Standards
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) June 1, 2018
Epic Record Setter 😜😝😛 pic.twitter.com/RnT3faQ0uD
— Dr Khushboo 👩🏻⚕️ (@khushikadri) June 1, 2018
What sonam says after rated zero😂😂 pic.twitter.com/nbXM4X9hxE
— Bhavika Maurya (@MauryaBhavika) June 1, 2018
What is there in this movie which talks about feminism? This movie is just a cheaper version of SATC and by cheap I mean in money. Just like that movie when marriage is cancelled they went on a trip the only difference is in location. Garib logo ki SATC
— pooja (@wedpeopld) June 1, 2018
Don't get offended. He's in a right in a sense. The actresses are trying to promote feminism and using Teri Maa ki and Teri Behn ki is double standards
— Siddharth Choudhary (@WittyTales) May 31, 2018
Pehle baar koi honest review diya bhai ne
— The Laughing Lama (@v4varmaji) May 31, 2018
Even KRK finds it abusive 😂
— Name (@letsoutrage) June 1, 2018
Hahahahahahahaah !!! Thank u verrrry much for not reviewing this film! Hahahahaha. This is the funniest tweet ive read all day hahahaha
— Komlings (@komaljasmine) June 2, 2018
Have you changed your mind yet or are you still buying those tickets to watch the movie?