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Times of India
Two young people from contrasting social strata fall head-over-heels in love with one another and mutually decide to tie the knot. But, the negative entities in their lives have chalked out an evil plan to separate them.
All hell breaks loose when a foreign-return rich girl Jugnu (Mansi Dovhal) gets into a steady relationship with a local lad Jaan (Amit Bhaskar) whose socioeconomic standing is nowhere close to her wealthy-yet-classless family. Puffed with pride, the brothers and their father (Prem Chopra) choose 'dignity' over social embarrassment and that's where the bizarre series of senseless twists and turns begin.
'Shaadi Abhi Baaki Hai' is one of those romantic comedies that has touched upon ill-practices prevalent in Indian society (like dowry harassment, honour killing etc.) but has not been able to do justice to it. The writer-director has not put much thought into the central idea and all other sub-plots that she has introduced in the film. The plot of this film—pretty much like its shoddy camera work, amateur acting, clumsy editing - is directionless. Events, like the bride and groom preparing for marriage to getting shot dead, happen randomly.
Veteran actors Prem Chopra and Sanjay Mishra do make parts of the film watchable with their villainous and comic acts respectively. Besides these actors, all other elements in it add more confusion and melodrama to the already riddled storyline of 'Shaadi Abhi Baaki Hai'. At two hours of runtime, this Shaadi feels like it won't ever get over!