Aaha Kalyaanam - A Colourful Wedding!!!
Debutant Gokul Krishna has done a fair job in this remake. The film at no point gives you a restless moment. A more meticulous effort in getting the appropriate supporting cast would have paid rich dividends. >> more
by Bharath Vijayakumar - MovieCrow on 21/Feb/2014
Happily ever after
One of the most impressive features of the film is the sheer variety of wedding cultures and so many colours - it's a treat to the eyes. Compared to the pace at which the first half entertains, second half of the movie appears to slow down a bit in the beginning, but catches up in due course. The la...
by Editorial Board - IndiaGlitz.com
A good North Indian Thali spiced with Southern toppings
Aaha Kalyanam is like a near perfect wedding, which has very less unpleasant moments that are completely overshadowed by the overflowing happiness.
by Editorial Board - Behindwoods.com
The first half is immensely enjoyable as Shakthi and Shruti struggle to establish their company by working hard to organizing small weddings in their locality and slowly makes it big. However the second half is a bit slow and loses steam only for things to fall back comfortably for a cute climax.
by Moviebuzz - Sify.com
Aaha Kalyanam Review
Shruthi, an enterprising 20-year-old girl, partners with Sakthi, a happy-go-lucky youngster to set up her dream business � wedding planning. They decide to not mix finance and romance but a night's revelry changes their equation and they part ways. Will they be able to admit their actual feelings? » more
by M. Suganth - Times Of India
Subject no match for Telugu audience
Yash Raj Films forays into South with Aha Kalyanam. This is the official remake of the Hindi hit Band Baaja Bharaat. Nani plays the lead, while Vaani Kapoor is making her Telugu debut with this film. This Telugu remake is released after four years of the Hindi film. » more
by Suresh Kavirayani - Deccan Chronicle