Veer Arora is a ‘dilli ka launda’ who is in love with a ‘dilli ki kudi’ Geet and wants to marry her. Things go awry when during the meet-the-parents session, Veer locks horns with some scoundrels who misbehave with a girl in a hotel. Geet’s father is a peace loving man and refuses give his daughter permission to marry a boy who indulges in ‘maar-dhaad’ even though he otherwise has a heart of gold.
Moving on, there isn’t any semblance of a screenplay in the film’s first half which also introduces the audience to Balli (Jimmy Shergill), a 35-year-old man and Veer’s cousin. Balli has been unlucky in love and is searching eternally for a bride. He adds fuel to fire by threatening Geet’s father (Satish Kaushik) with dire consequences, if he causes trouble in the union of Veer and Geet. Coming to the film’s dialogues, they seem to have been penned on the go, to put it mildly. Sample this — Veer’s father describing his son’s accomplishments while comparing him with another boy says, “Woh gul khilata hai lekin Veer to bagicha khilata hai’ or this — Geet’s father trying to tickle the funny bone says, “Na dahi na bhalle, balle balle’. If that elicits laughter, a chuckle or even a smirk then yes, ‘Veerey Ki Wedding’ is a comedy.