In a moment in which their perceived coolness is demonstrated by an acquaintance spiking their tea with a narcotic without their consent, the band’s attitude reaches hazardous area. Kamla and Arshi drank the beverage as well. Seriously? So, what’s next? Is Shaadisthan 2 going to tell us that date rape drugs are cool? To be honest, the politics of Shaadisthan are secondary to its shoddiness in every other field. Not only are there no shades of gray in the characterization, loose threads and illogic abound, but the photography lacks originality and the sound quality is awful. IMDB
When Kamla and her husband Sanjay Sharma (Rajan Modi) miss their trip to Ajmer for a family wedding, they are presented at Shaadisthan. Their lateness is due to their 17-year-old daughter Arshi (Medha Shankar), who attempted to flee on the eve of the trip for reasons that will be revealed later. The groom arranges for the three to board a bus that will take them to Ajmer, where Sasha’s band will perform at one of his pre-marriage events. On the road, this obviously leads to a collision of cultures and sensibilities.