14 Phere trailer OUT now: Vikrant Massey becomes more versatile with an upbeat Kriti Kharbanda | WATCH
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda-starrer film 14 Phere’s trailer was released on Monday, July 12. Directed by Devnashu Singh of ‘Ferrari ki Sawari’ fame, the film’s trailer first reminds you of the pre-pandemic offline college times that had its own romances. A perfectly-paired Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda give a glimpse of an engaging blend of entertainment, romance, comedy with actors gradually defining the tones of versatile acting from Mumbai’s entertainment world.
The film’s trailer hints about Vikrant-Kriti going for a double-wedding arrangement to navigate through conservative household resistant to the idea of love marriages. Enters, ‘Dilli ki Meryl Streep’ (Gauahar Khan) and you realise the quotients of humour that stoke entertainment in a wholehearted fashion.
Watch | 14 Phere trailer
The film will also become the second OTT release of Vikrant Massey's within a span of one month, after 'Haseen Dillruba' which opened to impressive reviews on Netflix earlier this month.
“This is a close-knit fun family film where you will see that bonding and emotional values are very important. The film celebrates the institution of family and marriage but questions a few basic flaws in a reasonable way. We are not trying to make fun of traditions and customs; in fact, you can watch this film with your entire family, and I am sure you will have a good time. The trailer is just the beginning,” director Devanshu Singh said in a statement about the film which is being pegged as a 'social comedy' by the makers.
Kriti Kharbanda said in a statement, "I remember the first time I read the script of 14 Phere. It was everything I was looking for. Drama, emotion, relatability and a strong character. Aditi has become a part of my personality in more ways than one. I can’t wait for the audiences to watch the story unfold on ZEE5. Imagine the drama and chaos of a typical Indian wedding, and then multiply that by two! The viewers are surely in for a joyride."
Posted By: Mukul Sharma