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Amidst pressures from his parents to hurry up and wed, a young man seeks his perfect match. After many failed attempts with matchmakers, his parents are delighted when their son finally ... See full summary »
After taking charge as the DSP of Singham Khurd, Dilsher Sikhon sets out to end the drug addiction among the youth of Punjab. This sets him against Bhuller, a vicious business tycoon with connections in high places.
Shivinder, a family man and an aspiring song writer, is estranged by his wife due to his inability to perform either roles well and chooses to become his in-laws' driver to be able to stay close to his wife and daughter.
I am a very hard person to please when it comes to movies, and I must admit when I read about the plot for Chal Mera Putt I was expecting amazing. Was I wrong!!! A film has not made me laugh so much in a long time. It is a lighthearted film with great comedy and some good underlying messages.
The film had some firsts, Janjot Singhs first film as a Director, A first collaboration with Pakistani actors in a Punjabi film and the debut of Rup Khatkar who many will know as Roop Kaur from her Poetry Recitals on Facebook and YouTube. All were a success.
The acting from Arminder Gill, Gurshabad, Hardeep Gill, Nasir Chinyoti, Iftikhar Thakur and Akram Udas was superb and did let us down. However, I found Simi Chahal's acting is now becoming tiresome with the same monotonous and underwhelming style as her other films. However, her lack of versatility and passion was definitely made up by Rup Khatkar, who in many scenes over shadowed Simi. Rup shed her serious traditional poetry recital style, by being very comedic in this film, and hence showing a real breadth of talent and diversity: I wonder if she will be the next Neeru Bajwa of Punjabi Cinema, one to watch out for.
All in all, another great production by Rhythm Boyz. I am sure we will see many more films that follow suit, with the collaboration with Pakistani actors, and again hats off Rup Khatkar hope to see a lot more of you.
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