5 Weddings (2018)

5 Weddings (2018)

Nargis FakhriRajkummar RaoBo DerekCandy Clark
Namrata Singh Gujral


5 Weddings (2018) is a English movie. Namrata Singh Gujral has directed this movie. Nargis Fakhri,Rajkummar Rao,Bo Derek,Candy Clark are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. 5 Weddings (2018) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

An American journalist travels to India for what she thinks will be an easy magazine feature on Bollywood weddings, only to have the assignment interrupted by a cop, who is convinced there is journalistic espionage behind the innocent magazine article. 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.


5 Weddings (2018) Reviews

  • It doesn't even deserve a star


    A W F U L. The worst Bollywood movie, I've ever watched. I would rather see that one.. a policeman kills people with Banana than watching this 5 weddings again. M B A Y A

  • Leave it


    I don't know why an actor like Rajkumar even wanted to be in such kind of movie. Worst movie of Rajkumar till date. Poor story and the worst direction. I literally dozed off while watching this one.

  • This movie is everything but entertainment..


    Witing something about this movie wastes another 2 mins of my precious time. But I am doing so to save your precious 2 hrs , your expenditure for entertainment and the torture you will go through while watching this. I am really sorry Ms. Namata Singh Gujral, I didn't want to be so blunt but....and I do appreciate your concern for society you recorded in your voice. All the best for next one!!

  • Boring 2 hours


    So far watched half of the movie and wish to leave from the theater right now! Poor and predicted story with no punch at all.

  • Loved the story of Hijras...


    So my previous review got deleted? Anyways thank you to the filmmakers for educating me abt Hijras. I watched the film with an Indian co-worker who likes the lead actress. But then she is upset because (according to her) Hijras are not treated badly in India! So I google this last night and find some very sad stories about the treatment of transgenders in India! Its 2018 - lets get with the game, be more humane and progressive minded. LOVED the Hijra lady Shamala in the film. Please recommend more films on Hijras.


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