Ved Movie Review

Unravels The Little Hope In The Third Act But It’s Too Late By Then

Genelia when she has no lines and she makes the effort to bring the pain of her character alive, she shines. A bit of the second half. Riteish knows how to make good montages is my takeaway!

What's Good?

The lead pair is so weak at the language that not a single minute of them speaking it looks organic. Also, the ‘seen this already’ ghost lurks over the film.

What's Bad?

In the first half while the love story is blooming. You have seen that a zillion times already.

Loo Break:

Waiting for the OTT release isn’t a bad idea.

Watch or Not?

Riteish Deshmukh tried hard to be the mini-version of Kabir Singh/Arjun Reddy in his isolation but it doesn’t land as much.

He blends the music, story, and performances so well. The camera also supports him in creating those. There is indeed a director in him but he is too bud completely yet. More on the main man chair might give us a skilled director someday.

Ved has good things laced with predictability and that kills the vibe. The redemption comes late for the protagonist but the audience might find theirs much before that.

Last words:

Ved Movie review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by : Shubham Kulkarni