Shaadi Ke Side Effects (2014)

Hindi 2 hrs 25 mins Comedy, Romance, Social
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Review Summary: SHAADI KE SIDE/EFFECTS is a delicious take on contemporary relationships...

Average Critic Rating: (2.76)
Cast: Farhan Akhtar , Vidya Balan , Vir Das , Ram Kapoor , Gautami Kapoor , Purab Kohli , Ila Arun , Rati Agnihotri , Nitesh Pandey , Manasi Kulkarni , Vishwesh Krishnamurthy , Naozad Patel , Sarfaraz Khan , Navin Kaushik , Baby Anushka Gavad , Baby Mahi Bhanushali , Baby Aarya Mehta , Baby Angel Fernandez , Baby Pranjal Parab , Baby Hetavi Bhanushali , Nilofer Raza , Master Neel Tyagi , Master Darsheel Kumar , Bachchan Pachera , Aditi Roy Maelzer , Nabeel Ahmed
Director: Saket Chowdhary
Release Date: 28 Feb 2014
Est. Budget: 46.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 40.6 CR

Plot: Siddharth ( Farhan Akhtar ) and Trisha ( Vidya Balan ) are a happily married couple until Trisha gets pregnant and things start getting complicated. Sid is not ready for a baby as he is just a struggling music composer, yet lies to Trisha. On his friends' advice, Sid starts Read more

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Shaadi Ke Side Effects - Top Reviews

Sid & Trisha have moved beyond dating days. They've survived multiple lovers' tiffs and overcome PMS (read: pre-marriage syndrome). Bravo! Now they are a happily married couple. Wait! Only until a ‘pregnant’ pause changes it all.
Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India
First half fun second half all over the place
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Cast:Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan, Purab Kohli, Ila Arun, Ram KapoorDirector:Saket ChaudhuryEarly on in 'Shaadi Ke Side Effects', Sid (Farhan Akhtar) reveals his secret to avoiding confrontations with his wife Trisha (Vidya Balan): "When I'm in the wrong, I
Rajeev Masand, IBN 
Worth a watch!
Mohar Basu, Koi Moi
Worth a watch just for Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan’s performances
Rachit Gupta, FilmFare
Cast: Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan, Ram Kapoor, Vir Das, Purab KohliDirection: Saket ChaudhuryRating: ***Saket Chaudhury’s ‘Shaadi Ke Side Effects’ is a classic example of a director approaching a topic that he is quite obviously not convinced about. The na
Rummana Ahmed, Yahoo India
SHAADI KE SIDE/EFFECTS is a delicious take on contemporary relationships...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Shaadi Ke Side Effects - All Reviews

When Saket Chaudhary’s debut feature film Pyaar Ke Side Effects arrived almost a full decade back, it was appreciated for its unusual lead pair and for a fresh approach at the romantic comedy genre. But most people were unaware of the fact that it was lif
Shaadi Ke Side Effects is worth watching for Farhan
Jay Mamtora, BollyBrit
Combining modern urban bittersweet humor and dilemma on Pyaar and Pariwaar Shaadi Ke Side Effects is 'real' ly funny romantic and a feel good fam com that comes with some solid acting and some fabulously laughs. Go you will not pachatao (regret).
Vishal Verma, India Glitz
All in all, definitely worth a watch for the performances of Vidya and Farhan  especially if your age falls somewhere between 25 and 40 (to foresee, to relate or to recall)!
RagMayur, Chirtamala
The film begins with a couple already in the process of introducing some spice into their marriage
Rahul Desai, Mumbai Mirror
Story:An entertaining tale, the story begins with Sid (farhan) and Trisha (vidya) who are happily married and now they become proud parents too. While Trisha gives up her job and focuses on her baby, Sid begins to have tough time trying to strike a balanc
Bharat Student
The film tells the story of Sid Roy (Farhan Akhtar) and Trisha Malik Roy (Vidya Balan) who are happily married. Trisha is free spirited, confident and Sid is a struggling musician who spends considerable effort and time in making jingles. After a night of heavy passion and a lot of scotch, Trisha gets pregnant. Initially a feeble hearted Sid, suddenly gathers the courage to step into fatherhood to avoid the side effects of IVF later on in their lives. At the same time then the baby transformed it all. Sid and Trisha had always kept their relationship very non confrontation-a list become victims of the side effects of shaadi and its by product – the baby. Sid distances himself from all the persistently faultfinding by creating a separate world of his own. Nevertheless as fortune would have it his string of white lies eventually comes out in the open. Now, the point is whether Sid and Trisha will be successful to topple the side effects of their Shaadi and discover love again. Lets watch
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
 Thought the movie has its moments, particularly in the first half, it is led down by sloppy treatment in the second half.
Deepti Kanojia, Rate Movies Here
If you have seen Pyaar Ke Side Effects, know that that film is superior, and that movie didn’t even have the star-power this one has. PKSE was cute, quirky and charming. SKSE is full of forced cuteness. You’ll have to imagine the quirk and the charm is ki
Amodini Sharma, Planet Bollywood
Director Saket Choudhary’s sequel to his 2006 film ‘Pyaar Ke Side Effects’, tells the warriors of holy matrimony how to play it safeThe movie tells the husbands and wives how to duck the actual landmines in a marriageAnd then goes on to show the result, w
Bollywood Mantra
After the success of Pyaar Ke Side Effects, writer-director Saket Chaudhary dives further into relationships by examining the “side effects” of marriage in Shaadi Ke Side Effects. The film stars Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan, both of whom have been on qui
Caitlin E. O'Conner, Bolly Spice
Shaadi Ke Side Effects
Unmarried people, SKSE is not the formula" for a happy marriage
Teena Elizabeth, BookMyShow
Pyaar phir Pariwaar.. right. PNC and Balaji Motion pictures extension to 2006 rom com 'Pyaar Ke Side Effects' written and helmed by the same Saket Chaudhary is a teasy, feel good fam com (family comedy) drawing parallel sentiments with the urban working married couples with 'realistic' humorous set ups but gets into an argument with its overstretched 'male ego' 'my time' effects that sidelines the 'women' psyche in this choice never the less the solid ups of humour and perfect casting in this stylishly packaged fam com fights its 'downs' decently to keep this marriage 'safe' and 'secure' at the B.O while hitting a home run on video and satellite circuit.
India Glitz
Shaadi Ke Side Effects is a great rom-com gone bad. The movie still is a great watch only and only for its first half.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
Siddharth Roy (Farhan Akhtar) and Trisha Mallik (Vidya Balan) are a happily-married couple whose life is struck by the baby boomerang. Once Trisha becomes a mother, she puts her marriage on the back b
Bollywood Mixer
Sidhartha (Farhan Akhtar) and Trisha (Vidya Balan) embark on the journey of life as a married couple, while Trisha is responsible and mature between the two, she keeps reminding Sid about what is expected of him.
Abhishek Bhardwaj, Rate Movies Here
Bollywood’s latest release on February 28, 2014, 'Shaadi Ke Side Effects' is a quirky and humorous story dealing with a serious issue of decision-making and sharing in a married life! This is a sequel to director Saket Chaudhary’s ‘Pyaar Ke Side Effects’.
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
With the success (of sorts) of Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Saket Chowdhary’s obvious next step was to prepare a sequel, although he definitely took his time.
Nupur Barua, Rate Movies Here