Jatt is a mischievous lovable sort of a guy whilst Juliet is the typical Punjabi modern day girl. Sparks fly when their paths cross on their way to Canada due to their different outlook on ... See full summary »
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Dean Yoginder Vashisht (Rishi Kapoor), retired, has fallen gravely ill. Several students from his final year at St. Theresa's College rush to his side. In flashbacks, they all recall the ... See full summary »
Jatt is a mischievous lovable sort of a guy whilst Juliet is the typical Punjabi modern day girl. Sparks fly when their paths cross on their way to Canada due to their different outlook on life. But as faith brings them together time and time again their hatred for each slowly turns into friendship only to realize its true meaning when they get separated. Will life give them one more chance to prove their love for each other or will they continue to be at loggerheads? Written by
White Hill Production Inc.
The official trailer for the movie featured doodles of characters from the My Little Pony franchise along the corners of the credits shots, specifically the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2010) characters Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle and Fluttershy. See more »
After seeing all the promo on Facebook about this movie, I decided to check out the movie with the family. I've just gotten back from the theatre and I must say that I was thoroughly impressed and enjoyed the movie very much!! The movie had your typical storyline of guy & girl, but was done tastefully. The producer was able to maintain a consistent storyline throughout the movie. I've seen too Punjabi movies where the storyline is very weak and is thrown off by side stories or jokes. The storyline was consistent and Diljit and Neeru did a great job at playing their roles throughout the movie. Diljit and Neeru made a great combination the screen and were able to make a modern movie that also worked for families. Neeru was able to maintain a conservative profile on screen but looked pretty hot throughout the movie. Diljit's pugh's were looking pretty crisp throughout the movie as well. I especially liked his pugh style and the way he was able to match his outfit as well. This was a great movie for folks outside of India, but was very consistent with the themes and popular culture within Punjab right now as well.
Too often we see Punjabi movies that go overboard on depicting a lifestyle of "Canada, UK or US" that is not consistent with reality. The producer was able to really capture the essence of Canada and Punjab really well. The produce was also able to incorporate "Jennifer" the gori into the movie really well. The incorporation of the gori was introduced well and also incorporated within the storyline showing that Neeru and Diljit were still the the key focus.
My last point regarding the movie was that given the influences of western society on Punjab, the movie was very tasteful. Neeru and Diljit were great in showing the true essence of Punjabi's. Keep it up!
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