White Wedding, a locally produced film, opens in 38 cinemas nationwide on April 29.
Written by Kenneth Nkosi, Rapulana Seiphemo and Jann Turner, the romantic comedy was shot in South Africa.
The film features Nkosi, Seiphemo, British actress Jodie Whittaker and local Zandile Msuthwana.
The high-spirited comedy takes place all over South Africa's beautiful landscape - from Johannesburg to Durban, from Eastern Cape to Western Cape.
The movie sees local superstars Nkosi and Seiphemo racing against time and difficult circumstances to reach a wedding. It also showcases a side of the actors that local audiences have not seen before.
With its good nature, energetic escapism, White Wedding is a delight for fans of Nkosi and Seiphemo, who are seriously very funny in the film.
The exciting story talks about Elvis (Kenneth Nkosi), who is about to get married. He leaves Johannesburg to pick up his best man Tumi (Rapulana Seiphemo) in Durban for the wedding rehearsal.
The wedding is set to take place at an upmarket hotel in glamorous Camps Bay near Table Mountain, Cape Town.
But things don't go according to plan. Tumi, a serial flirt, has a spat with his girlfriend that leads to his car being rendered unusable.
As Tumi and Elvis struggle to make their way to Cape Town, they are picked up by Rose, a young English doctor who fled the altar after discovering that her fiancée was "serially unfaithful".
Now there's an unlikely trio on the road, with romantic sparks igniting between the flirtatious Tumi and their spirited British companion.
To get the whole story of whether they made it to the wedding on time, visit the cinema on April 29.