Romantic comedy film "Wedding Pullav", directed by Binod Pradhan, has opened to poor reviews. The film has mostly received one star from the critics on its release.
The film stars debutantes Kannada actor Diganth, Anushka Ranjan and Karan Grover in the lead roles.
Critics have panned the film calling it a predictable affair with no taste and flavour. The film, which is a huge disappointment, can be missed this weekend.
Read the reviews below:
Shubha Shetty Saha of Mid-Day said: "With no distinct taste or flavour, this film makes for a huge disappointment.
"If you are expecting novelty, go to the next screen. With 'Wedding Pullav', all you get is predictability mixed with unpalatable execution. With no distinct taste or flavour, this film makes for a huge disappointment - an indigestible pullav".
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: "Wedding Pullav appears to have been made by people high on cheap liquor. They believe that overkill works best. The rest of the world knows it doesn't."
The Hindu's review states: "It is a kind of film where you can be easily ahead of the narrative. There are no surprises in store and when the characters pretend to be shocked, I hold the armrest in disbelief."
Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express said: "Everything is predictable. These are new faces, and yet everything they do smacks of staleness. Overused themes can be infused with freshness only if the treatment is right: here, all elements are borrowed from older films and used so clunkily as to extinguish all freshness."
Kunal Guhu of Mumbai Mirror said: "Pullav is a delectable preparation, but this one will result in an upset stomach. Go for khichdi instead."