Shaadi Ke Side Effects Movie Review

The film feels toothless, pointless, pretending to tackle real issues while really searching for the next easy punch line

The Hindu

Predictable and occasionally misguided, but also hopelessly fun

While the going is good, 'Shaadi' is fun, and real, and has some nice laugh-out-loud situations which the leads make the most of

Indian Express

The script banks on situational twists - by turns comic and melodramatic, with a faint burst of angst - to set up a pleasant watch

The second film has gained gloss and glamorous leads but at the expense of variety and tonal consistency

Consistently enjoyable, mainly thanks to Farhan Akhtar’s comic timing and his mystic ability to make contrived scenarios passable rather than cringe-worthy


Unfortunately for Chaudhary, his film too falls prey to its own self-aggrandizing ambition

Mumbai Mirror

Farhan and Vidya save this film from mediocrity


Shaadi Ke Side Effects is a great rom-com gone bad


The film belongs to Farhan who stuns you with his straight-faced witticisms and plethora of expressions that amuse and move dramatically

Times of India

Despite its flaws, it is passable fun while it lasts

A delicious take on contemporary relationships