Vivah (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 40 mins Drama, Romance, Musical
71 %
Total Reviews: 17
Sahi: 12 Nahi: 5

Review Summary: Vivah, despite old themes, is a good throwback cinema

Average Critic Rating: (2.99)
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Est. Budget: 9.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 55.0 CR

Plot: Poonam ( Amrita Rao ) is a middle class girl who lives in the small town of Madhupur. After the demise of her parents, when she was very young, her Chacha Krishnakant ( Alok Nath ) fulfilled the void of a father in her life. However, her Chachi ( Seema... Read more

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Marriages are made in heaven.
On the whole VIVAH has an ordinary/routine first half but the post-interval portions notably the climax compensate for the shortcomings.
Bollywood Hungama
Indian weddings, as Sooraj Barjatya discovered long before Mira Nair, are irresistibly elaborate parties, grand shindigs mixing cocktails with culture, and rituals with remixes.
Rajeev Masand
The film has been produced under the banner of Rajshri Productions and has been directed by Sooraj BarjatyaVivah belongs to the romantic family drama genre and director Sooraj has been directing touching love stories since “Main Pyaar Kiya”The film has be
Bollywood Mantra
The movie is very simple and clean without much of twists and turns.
Now Running
Though the film has good competition from 'Apna Sapna Money Money' and it may fall behind in metros, but in single screen theatres and other cities, 'Vivah' is a clear winner
Smash Hits
A 3 stars on 5 from Taran is that bad.. Vivah should turn out to be a good watch! Read the review.
But let’s face it: had Hum Aapke Hain Kaun and Maine Pyaar Kiya been released in today’s Bollywood, they would have not have become the classics they are. Vivah will never become a classic—it has nothing new going for it. Nothing to draw audiences for rep
Planet Bollywood
By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFMFriday, November 10, 2006 Urban themes with style and attitude are the order of the day. And with the multiplex junta in India as also NRIs zealously giving their mandate to these movies, metro-centric themes/issues are being dish
Sooraj Barjatya’s Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994) had not just been a surprise hit, but a genuine trendsetter.
These films were based on loads of Indian traditions, customs, lavish wedding ceremonies, plenty of song dance and drama and mostly touching relationships and emotionsSooraj’s latest film ‘Vivah’ once again is replete with all these frills and tries to re
Bollywood Mantra
The Great Indian Wedding is back. And it's packaged in wholesome courses. Lots of good people, lots of traditional bonding, elaborate ceremonies, feelgood romance, scenic Indian interiors and how can a wedding be complete without a fair amount of teary eyes. Sooraj Barjatya's 'Vivah' is an ideal recipe for diabetes with a sweet-tooth script and handle-with-soft-gloves treatment meted out to this journey from engagement to marriage. But the belief, sincerity and conviction that he displays in Indian traditions, and the nascent charm of lead-pair of Shahid Kapoor-Amrita Rao melts your heart and you end up humming Ravindra Jain's melody....Mujhe Haq Hai...With a smile.
India Glitz
Mr Raja Sen your just too harsh! No stars at all.. hmm.. i think you should rather be reviewing Hollywood movies. Anyways here’s his review..
In all, ‘Vivah’ is a sincere movie from Sooraj Barjatya; a true Rajshri offering from beginning to the end. It has a heart-warming narrative that displays a rainbow of emotions. It brings together a great group of talented artists who are a delight to wat
Bolly Spice