Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi ~ Movie Review


Last night, I ran across one of my top favorite bollywood movie, Vivah. I lost count of how many times I have watched this movie and each time I watch it, I get teary at the same scene. Is that good, in my opinion. After watching Vivah, i went on a watched another movie call, Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi. It’s also a very strong recommended movie that you should watch. I also got teary. It was just so beautiful. This is what i love about bollywood movies. They touch and sooth your soul that you have never imagined it would, especially from a movie. With a great casts with great acting = a great movie.

I wanted to do a review on this movie because i found it very beautiful. True love i say, true love.


You can watch the movie in parts on youtube here.

Synopsis. Credit to Rajshri: “Ek Vivaah… Aisa Bhi is an incredible tale about Chandni – Eesha Koppikhar, who belongs to a middle-class family and Prem – Sonu Sood, who belongs to an upper-middle class family. Chandni has a mesmerizing voice and Prem too is an unconventional Ghazal singer. They meet to practice ghazals for the upcoming ghazal competition and soon fall in love. Unfortunately, on the day of their wedding, Chandnis father passes away leaving her younger brother and sister behind. Initially Chandni decides to leave They make such a cute couple. Their smile, their eyes, perfectly in sincthe house and her siblings under the care of her uncle. However, when she realizes that her immoral uncle only desires to claim the house and is least bothered about her siblings, she decides to accept their responsibility whole-heartedly and chooses to take care of them herself. She takes a bitter decision that she will not marry until her siblings stand on their feet. Prem promises to wait for her and keeps assisting her in all her troubles. Will Chandni and Prem get married after fulfilling all their responsibilities? Have you ever come across such an eternal and unconditional love story?”

Everyone should watch it! After watching it, tell me what you think?