The Cast and Crew
Sonu Sood, Easha Koppikaar, Alok Nath, Smita Jaykar, Srivallabh Vyas, Anang Desai, Vishal Malhotra, Chhavi Mittal, Amrita Prakash, Kunal Kumar, Daman Baggan, Ritu Vasishtha, Jaya Bhattacharya, Anand Abhyankar, Gargi Patel, Amrit Kaur Chawla, Prashant Kumar, Amey Pandya, Baby Ishita Panchal, Amrita Prakash
Cinematography: Harish Joshi
Music: Ravindra JainProducer: Kamal Kumar Barjatya, Tarachand Barjatya, Rajkumar Barjatya, Ajit Kumar Barjatya
Director: Kaushik Ghatak
Banner :Rajshri Productions Pvt Ltd
Released Date: November 07, 2008
Ek Vivaah.. Aisa Bhi is a typical Rajshri Productions trademark film with a persuasive emotional drama.
Chandni (Eesha Koppikaar) stays in Bhopal along with her father (Alok Nath), her younger brother Anuj (Master Amey Pandya/Vishal Malhotra) and Sandhya (Baby Ishita Panchal/Amrita Prakash). They are a middle class family. Chandni is an expert in classical music and folk dances. She is very fond of her kid brother and
sister. As life would have it, Chandni falls in love with a rich Prem (Sonu Sood) who also responds and they decide to marry. However at the time of her engagement, Chandni’s father dies.
Then Chandini decides not to marry until her brother and sister grow up. The rest of the story deals with her travails and whether Prem would wait for her.
Easha Koppikaar gives a surprisingly good performance. Sonu Sood looks sauve and elegant in his role. Veteran Alok Nath is his usual competent self. All other actors do justice to the roles played by them.
The story and dialogues are very well written and with a good screenplay the narration is very appealing and interesting. Music is just about average. Cinematography is ravishing. Editing and audiography are good.
This is a very emotional family drama dealing with various degrees of human relationships. This film is not for the usual multiplex crowd. Ek Vivaah.. Aisa Bhi is a clean family entertainer.
3 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar