Sheikh (Vasay Chaudhry) and Pervez (Ahmed Ali Butt) are now settled back into their mundane lives when suddenly Pervez's brother-in-law, Rahat (Fahad Mustafa), who had been out of touch for... See full summary »
A story of a middle class guy, passionate about becoming an actor and prove his worthiness to his family. Ditching a job interview as a favor from a father to his son, the story leads to new endeavors.
Load Wedding is a social comedy encircling the stigmas attached in our society to weddings with just the right blend of light-hearted comedy, ironic situations, and intense emotions. The story unfolds with Raja "Fahad Mustafa" who lives in a small town with his parents and an unmarried sister; Baby Baji. The plot takes a twist when Raja finally musters up the courage to profess his feelings for Meeru (MehwishHayat) but life throws a curve ball at him. The sudden demise of his father that very day leaves Raja with the responsibility of filling in his father's shoes and also finding a husband for his sister. Call it luck or God's master plan, Meeru's steps in Raja's life brings about just the right amount of luck that he needed, but fate again takes another downturn leaving Raja and Meeru with only 24 hours to arrange for the dowry that would save his sister's wedding.
This movie was nothing but, perfection. The cast of the movie did a very good job especially, Mehwish Hayat and Faiza Hassan. Fahad Mustafa was good as well but, I feel like it is totally wrong for an actor to have two movies releasing on the same date which indeed affected the box office of this movie. Direction of the movie by Nabeel Qureshi was good as well as the story line by Fizza Ali Mirza. The songs were up to the mark as well except, they could have replaced Mohsin Abbas Haider as the singer of one of the songs as his voice did not sound good. I hope more movies like this one are made my Pakistani film makers.
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