From saas-bahu sagas to ghar-ghar ki kahani, there's an overdose of parivaar, sanskaar and takraar on Indian television. So, if a film-maker attempts a story that has already made the rounds of Indian television or has been beaten to death on the big screen, the impact is bound to be minimal or, perhaps, zilch.
The problem with Shaaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar is not just its oft-repeated storyline, even its look is jaded. It brings back memories of the cinema of 1980s: Flashy clothes, jazzy styling and gaudy sets. Moreover, the film has taken a long time to hit the screens and the common man is well aware of this fact -- something that goes against the film completely