Sharry Mann’s Marriage Palace Takes You Down the Memory Lane

by Monita Sharma

The latest Punjabi flick, Marriage Palace is expected to get a Huge Box Office collection on the first day!

While Sharry Mann’s cuteness and childlike innocence are set to woo the fans, Payal Rajput’s bubbly girl-next-door character is going to emerge as one of the biggest factors to attract the audiences to the theatres this week. The duo star for the first time together in Marriage Palace which released today.

Set against the backdrop of early 90s era when love was expressed through letters, landline phones and music cassettes, Marriage Palace takes you on a trip down the memory lane, expecially for those who spent their childhood in those years.  Packed with the right kind of punches, comedy that’s not forced but incorporated in the script according to situations, some tomfoolery which can be easily enjoyed with the family but if you’re one of those who want to know the logic behind everthing, then Sorry to say, Marriage Palace might disappoint you a great deal. Nevertheless, comedy is all about these illogical moments only, unlesss they don’t obviously seem to take a viewer’s intelligence forgranted, all is OK.

Well as far as the plot goes, most of you would be knowing before hand that the film is about a guy named Nimma who falls in love with Maani, who he wants to impress via music cassettes. Little does the poor guy know that the owner of the shop from where he buys the cassettes is the girl’s father only. Following some twists and turns and dialogues that take the movie to altogether new heights, Nimma manages to marry his love in the coveted and much-in-demand “Marriage Palace” but amid all the confusion carries the wrong bride home. Hence ensues this amusing comedy of errors which keeps you entertained till the very last frame. 

Besides Payal Rajput and Sharry Mann, Marriage Palace also stars actors like B.N. Sharma, Harby Sangha, Anita Devgn, Nirmal Rishi, Rupinder Rupi, Nisha Bano, Simran Sehajpal, Ekta Gulati Khera, Umang Sharma, Ashok Pathak, and Sumit Gulati. All of them fit their parts well. 

On the very first day of its release, Marriage Palace has received positive response from Ballewood lovers. Speaking about the same, Harleen Kaur from Patiala said, “Both Sharry Mann and Payal Rajput have done a prolific job in the movie. Marriage Palace is a complete family entertainment movie!”

Ekam Malhotra who went to watch the movie with his wife in New Delhi said, “Marriage Palace took us down the memory lane of the 90s, when love was away from the cut & propel of digitalisation.”

“I am awestruck with the comeback of Sharry Mann in Marriage Palace. He did absolute justice to his role and Payal Rajput complemented the same. I and my family couldn’t resist from smiling throughout the movie. We all loved it,” stated Mehak Nayyar from Chandigarh.

This romantic-comedy movie has received critical acclaim on the very first day. So, if you’ve watched the movie already, do share your review in the comment section below!

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Our rating: 3.5/5

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