Two women and two weddings, but only one wedding photographer - this is the premise of Dulhan No. 1. As the brides-to-be fight it out in the photographer's office, the film offers several moments of slapstick humour.
It is the wedding season and the film is seemingly a conscious decision to talk about it, but with a twist. It also raises the very essential question in a lighthearted manner - does a grand wedding ensure a happy marriage? It achieves all of this without sounding didactic and preachy, and thus succeeds in using comedic timing in a smooth manner.