The film definitely comes in a crisp form but with loose ends, which you can see with your naked eye! Rimpy-Prince tried their bit with the film; if only they could be more gripping and enjoyable like their music videos. ‘Comedy’ is the thing which every Punjabi film director banks on; in FMGG you will either laugh or look at the people around in the theatre and wonder what made them laugh! If only the ends of every scene were joined in a chain, the movie could have been a thorough entertainer.
The movie, however, belongs to actor-singer Roshan Prince. He will definitely make your hearts spin with his charm and comic timing. The actor plays Jassi, the guy stuck between two girls. Roshan Prince is every bit a hero material, just as Rana Ranbir (Rambo) says in a dialogue- ‘Eh tan Gippy Diljit di chutti karwa davega! Equally commendable on screen is Japji Khera. She not only looks pretty, but also brings the same element in her acting as well. In fact, she might just surprise you with her punches. it is the other lead actress Bhanushree who has been wasted. Other than song and dance, we wish she had something to say.
FMGG goes at its own pace, but you have to bear with it or just speed out of the theatre. if you plan to do that, you might just be pulled back by Rana Ranbir or Rana Jung Bahadur or BN Sharma’s saving grace comedy. And you bet Rimpy-Prince have done this job well. What wasn’t expected was lak gadvi warga, where did this come from?
Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad has it's own shares of laughs and giggles and its a pure entertainment film for one and all. The movie could have been a landmark film in Punjabi Cinema had the story been matured well. The film will be most enjoyed by the youth of Punjab.