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Film Review | Rabb Da Radio

Sorry For InterruptionDeep Jagdeep SinghRating - 1/5Written by - Jass GrewalDirected by Tarnvir Singh Jagpal & Harry Bahtti Hello friends, you are tuned into the online review station of Just Panjabi at our seamless frequency (IP address)   Time in our studio clock at this moment is…, leave it, you can check the time in the right bottom corner of your PC/laptop as we are unable to hack your cookies at the moment. As we can’t afford Ameen Siyani Ji to host our review-mala and even we don’t get sponsors because we write so fairly that film companies does not include us in the promotional budget, so sorry for the interruption and we take you to our correspondent for the review of a film full of interruptions, over to the correspondent. Phew!!!***Set in Punja...
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Film Review | Jindua | No Spark

Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 2/5Director - Navniat SinghStory & Screenplay - Dheeraj RattanDialogues - Balraj Syal & Amarjit SinghCast - Jimmy Sheirgill, Neeru Bajwa, Sargun Mehta, Rajiv Thakur, Puneet Riar, Arkie Khandola, B.R. Singh Rakhra, Balinder Johal, Harjap BhangalBig Names and Big Promotion, Jindua carry every tag required for a good opening. Even it boasts of a good production value and a dependable storyline. Does big things work for Jindua, let’s get straight into the review.   Karamjit aka Karma (Jimmy Sheirgill) goes to Calgary, Canada illegally for a greener pasture, meanwhile he bumps into student visa holder Saggi (Sargun Mehta) and instantly both fall in love. Further, to get PR in Canada Karma agrees to a contract marriage with Eesh (Neeru Bajwa), a Canadian Pun...
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Film Review | Dushman | In search of a Friend

*Deep Jagdeep Singh *Rating 1.5/5Banner - Mahesh Bhatt FilmsProducer - Vinay BhardawajStory, Screenplay, Dialogue and directed by Shagufta RafiqueCast - Jashan Singh, Kartar Cheema, Sakshi Gulati, Gulshan Grover, Savita BhattiAmidst Gurmehar Kaur’s slogan ‘war killed my father, not Pakistan’ floating in the air, Mahesh Bhatt camp’s first Punjabi outing Dushman build its premise on the similar lines;   brotherhood between common Pakistani and Hindustani. Dushman tries to shatter the stereotypes that every Pakistani is a terrorist and every Indian is an enemy. After losing his family in a terrorist attack Naren Singh Maan (Jashan Singh) goes to Bangkok to work as a waiter in a hotel. There he has to share a PG room with Karim (Kartar Cheema), a Pakistani, working as a security gu...
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Film Review | Sargi | A Cloudy Dawn

*Deep Jagdeep Singh*Rating 1.5/5Writer - Jagdeep SidhuDirector - Neeru BajwaStarring - Rubina Bajwa, Jassi Gill, Babbal Rai, Karamjeet Anmol, BN SharmaAfter carving a niche in the Punjabi film industry with her beauty and few hugely successful films as an actor, Neeru Bajwa dons the hats of director with her home production Sargi.   She produced and directed Sargi to launch her younger sister Rubina Bajwa. You will have a gut feeling that she is extremely obsessed about her sister as soon as the opening credits start rolling. Real life commerades and young singing sensations Jassi Gill and Babbal Rai are sharing screen space for the third time. Sargi is a formula romantic comedy, which boasts to have some really good moments, but lacks the perfect execution.StoryBabbu (Jassi Gill) is...
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Film Review | Mahi NRI | Desi Sass Wants Foreigner Jawayi

Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 3.5/5Do you want to know why Punjabi’s are mad about going abroad? Do you think NRIs live a lavish life and swim in dollars and pounds? Just board a flight to the west and your life is all set? Wait. Just go and watch Mahi NRI, the latest Punjabi romantic drama depicting the hardships and reality of being NRI.   Yuvraj Singh Sidhu Aka Oye Hoye Sharry Singh (Hardy Sandhu) is a struggling singer/rapper who is madly in love with Reet (Poppy Jabbal) also a singer and daughter of Harry’s part time music master and a full time bank employee Joginder Singh (BN Sharma). Joginder is ready to marry her loving daughter to Sharry, but his wife Amrit (Navniit Nishan) is a typical stubborn desi Bebe (mother), who want an NRI’s groom for her much talented daughter. One fine ...
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Film Review: Sarvann

Seriously, A Pun Intended!Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 1/5Sarvann tries to explore new dimensions of storytelling in Punjabi cinema, but miserably fails to sustain the huge expectations. Writer Amberdeep   Singh and debutante director Karaan Guliani fail to translate a dependable concept into the scintillating story and a gripping screenplay. Being a first Punjabi production of Priyanka Chopra and Vashu Bhagnani’s release, the audience has very high expectations, but film falls flat.Young Canadian brat Mithu (Amrinder Gill) is an adventurous drug peddler who takes a wrong turn to get his right hand up in the drug trade. He has to escape to India to witness a reality of his life which transforms him into a responsible man. What all takes to redeem him from his one irredeemable sin, consti...
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Film Review | Motor Mittran Di on Bumpy Ride

Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 2/5Film Motor Mittran Di is a situation comedy based on Punjab’s important social issue Derawaad (Human Worshiping). This is a light hearted, but a weak film about a strong subject.    Vagabond Rajveer is a spoilt brother of a motor mechanic Wadda Bai (Gurpreet Ghuggi) and Happy (Happy Raikoti) is a worker at their workshop. Wadda Bai has full faith in Shri Guru Granth Sahib and hates self made God men. Heartbroken Wadda Bai is allergic about girls too. On the other hand Rajveer is a playboy. With the ‘blessings’ of Baba Prabh Chand Mohammad Dev Singh (Yograj Singh) Rajveer buys one knackered bus to start his transport business. In his royal Ashram Baba enjoys all the luxuries of the material world. From the very beginning, we get a hint that Rajveer is o...
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Film Review | Punjab 2016

Revisit the Reality Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 2/5A journey of Punjab 2016 presents the real story of Punjab in a much clichéd manner. After Udta Punjab, Bathinda Express and Ardaas Punjab 2016   is another film based on the drug problem of Punjab. Conceived by university theater students and researcher scholars, Punjab 2016 is expected to be a more subtle and in-depth film on the drug menace in Punjab, but ends up disappointing on the story front by recreating the old melodramatic narrative of politician-police nexus of drugs affecting youngsters and their families. A film with good production value and a strong important subject has gone haywire due to lack of professional approach.Two college going alcoholic pranksters Deep (Deep Jagdeep) and Mintu (Mintu Kapa) make fools of th...
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Film Review | Chaar Sahibzadey – Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur

Lazy Story of the High SpiritDeep Jagdeep SinghRating 2.5/5Chaar Sahibzadey – Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur is a story of Sikh warrior Banda Singh Bahadur. It is the second installment of first biggest box   office animation film in Punjabi language Chaar Sahibzadey. The first installment revisits the true history of Chaar Sahibzadey, the four sons of tenth Sikh guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh. Two elder sons Baba Ajit Singh (18) and Baba Jujhar Singh (14) sacrificed their lives during the war with mughal’s at Chamkaur Di Gharhi, while two younger ones Baba Zorawar Singh (9) and Baba Fateh Singh (6) were mured to death by the Nawab of Sirhind, Wazir Khan. Second installment takes the story further from here, when Guru Gobind Singh reaches on the banks of Godawari and inspires Banda Ba...
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Film Review | Lock

Lock the Disenchantment Deep Jagdeep SinghRating 2/5Big stars, big hype; a lot of suspense and drama, but finally the Lock opened and left the audience in complete dismay. It’s true that a film's   premise is built on a one liner, but that one liner must flow like a current beneath the interwoven chain of sequences leaving the audience awestruck till the last frame. Unfortunately, Lock’s narrative gets locked on a point and could not move an inch after that.Dubai returned Gill (Smeep Kang) is a patriarchal father and a stubborn husband, who pretend to be an idealist. Disturbed by unpleasant incidents, under the influence of alcohol and provocation by a loyalist Bhola (Gippy Grewal), he plans to go on a binge night with a sex worker (Geeta Basra) of his daughter’s age. Incidental...

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