Laavaan Phere, directed by Smeep Kang and starring, Roshan Prince, Rubina Bajwa, Gurpreet Ghuggi, B.N. Sharma, Karamjit Anmol, Harby Sangha, is the story of a man and the girl he falls in love with, but trouble arrives as he tries to persuade his family to marry her. The family of the man is your typical Indian family, with the typical uncles and aunties who can’t keep their mouth shut an d have an opinion on everything. The movie is very funny when it is showing the comedy of manners among all the family members, their relationships, even though a tad exaggerated, feel very real and lived in.
Laavaan Phere is also blessed with a very good cast, and all the members are not afraid of looking stupid in front of the camera, thus making every scene pretty much effortless, and most of all, lively. Most comedies rely on crass jokes and sexism, but here, it is more about the actors turning the lines and every action to comedy gold.
The movie is adequately shot, although its not overtly beautiful. But, it still deserves to be seen because all the actors are so committed in their roles that it would be crime if their efforts are left useless. There are little things in the movie that make it memorable, and which make it possible that comedy can be broad, but also actually funny.