"The films in question are Queen and Shaadi Ke Side Effects," informs a source, "Former features Kangna as a simple small town blushing girl who is heard soliciting tips for her impending honeymoon. On the other hand, the latter features Vidya as a much mature woman who has passed through her stage of 'pyaar ke side effects' and is pretty much deep into marital-hood to reflect on 'shaadi ke side effects'."
Though the core subject of both films is the kind that could have lent a serious take on the state of affairs, credit should be given to the story tellers in question who have decided to use humour as the genre for the storytelling.
As for Shaadi Ke Side Effects, director Saket Chowdhary has already hit a boundary on his very first strike by coming up with a hilarious theatrical promo that has caught attention much before the film hits the screens.
"Vidya Balan and Farhan Akhtar share a sparkling chemistry together as parents of a newborn. Their story can well be termed as an extension of Queen," a source adds, "It is going to be one relationship driven weekend when both films arrive on 28th February."
One wonders that if only Gunday wouldn't have fixed its arrival for 14th February, Shaadi Ke Side Effects and Queen would just have been ideal candidates for Valentine's Day release.