Will You Marry Me is a fresh, youthful story of three friends, Aarav (Shreyas Talpade), Rajveer (Rajeev Khandelwal), and Nikhil (Muzamil Ibrahim). All three boys have one thing common; their love for their bachelorhood. So much so they place a bet amongst themselves; whoever decides to marry first will lose a huge amount in shares that were contributed by all three friends and their gang of friends. All was well until a few years later; Nikhil decides to marry the love of his life, Anjali (Tripta Prashar). Rajveer and Aarav cannot believe their best friend Nikhil is getting married however they put on a smile to attend his beach wedding in Dubai. During the wedding festivities, Rajveer and Aarav coincidentally fall for the bride's best friend, Sneha (Mugdha Godse). To make matters worse in this love triangle, the kidnapping of Nikhil takes place by the powerful business tycoon (Paresh Rawal). From there everything turns up-side down completely at Nikhil and Anjali's wedding celebrations. Will Nikhil even make it for his own wedding? Who will Sneha choose; Rajveer or Aarav? Who will marry who; come find out in Will You Marry Me?
With a weak script to begin with, a story that loses the plot from the word 'Go' and an unmoving narrative, director Aditya V Datt seems to have failed in his 'marriage proposal' to the audience. The attempts to elicit a few laughs by stereo-typifying the gay community is not in good taste. After a while, we begin to gag on the gags. Accept this proposal at your own risk. This is one marriage that's a bad idea.
Critic Score: 1.5/5
The redeeming feature about Will You Marry Me is the complete lack of pretensions. Vulgarity, crass humour (including a scene with a bare-chested Muzammil sporting a black-and-white candy striped bra) comprise the ethos of the film. While most of us may dismiss the film outright, there are always a few takers for these so-called 'ingenuous' sex comedies.Maybe that's why they're being dished out with such amazing frequency.
Critic Score: 2/5