After Delhi-based slacker-collegian, Bittoo Sharma's father asks him to return home to work in the sugar-cane fields, he refuses and decides to partner with career-minded wedding planner, Janakpuri-based Shruti Kakkar. She refuses to have to do anything with him, but after he impresses her, she partners with him, they set up 'Shaadi Mubarak' and begin organizing small wedding celebrations with struggling restaurateur and florist, Rajinder Singh and Maqbool respectfully.
The duo hit big time after they organize a wedding party at Sainik Farm and begin to have dreams of bettering their lives. It is then Shruti realizes that she has fallen in love with Bittoo, and is embittered when he does not reciprocate. This bitterness gets worse, and the duo split up, with Bittoo opening 'Happy Weddings' - resulting in a downward spiral of their performance. With creditors hovering over them, no money coming in, Shruti finally gives way to her parents' wishes and agrees to get married to Dubai-based Chetan.
Character Error Rajinder has no experience with catering when Maqsood introduces him to Shruti. However in Pankaj and Sonja's marriage, Maqsood tells Shruti that Rajinder has been catering since 7 years.
Continuity During the first song sequence, the time on video camera is inconsistent between scenes.
This is Maneesh Sharma's directorial debut after several stints as an assistant director on other Yash Raj Films productions.
With this movie, Anushka Sharma completes her three-picture deal with Yash Raj Films she'd signed to do 'Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi'.
Lead actor Ranveer Singh had no prior experience in acting or modeling yet was hired after his first audition, having thoroughly impressed producer/Yash Raj Films vice chairman Aditya Chopra.
Prior to the film's release, Anushka Sharma referred to it as the best film she'd done so far.
The radio channel that is heard when Bittu is dropping off Shruti for the last time, is a real channel with the same RJ Naved anchoring it.
The font style of the company logo 'Shaadi Mubarak' is the same as that of the movie title.
The song 'Bari Barsi' is based on a very popular and old Punjabi folk music 'Boliyan'. The phrase "Bari Barsi Khatan Gaya Si" is welcomed with different responses each time it is repeated.
The movie's requests sent from the official website were termed as Band-Baajograms.
All the songs during the celebration party are from movies that have been previously produced by Yash Raj Films produced.
In the final wedding sequence, all the clients of 'Shaadi Mubarak' attend the wedding. Even the wife of the police inspector comes whose wedding was being planned just before the company's split.
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