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Virsa (2010)

An elderly male is abused by his wealthy son, while the latter has to deal with his own greed, and out-of-control children.

Director:

Pankaj Batra

Writers:

Pankaj Batra, Arun Behl (screenplay & dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Arya Babbar ... Yuvraj 'Yuvi' Singh Grewal
Aman Dhaliwal ... Aman Ali
Andrew Duvall ... Sam
Aparna Sharma Aparna Sharma ... Meet Grewal
Gulshan Grover ... Jogindar Singh Grewal
Kanwaljit Singh ... Ranvir Singh Grewal (as Kanwaljeet Singh)
Mehreen Raheel ... Mahi Sandhu (as Mehreen Raheal)
Nouman Ijaz Nouman Ijaz ... Nawaz Ali (as Nauman Ijaz)
Poonam Mehndiratta Poonam Mehndiratta ... Shazia Ali
Roobie Roobie ... Harjinder Kaur Grewal (as Roobie Saini)
Aishveryaa Nidhi ... Doctor
Alex Alex ... Yuvi's friend
Karandeep Singh Karandeep Singh ... Kiran
Miranda O'Hare ... Michelle (as Miranda Ore)
Drashti Mehta Drashti Mehta ... Chhindi
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Storyline

Jogindar Singh Grewal deeply regrets his decision to re-locate to Australia to live with his son, Ranvir, who treats him like a servant, makes him work at the restaurant, which he obtained by marrying Jennifer, even though he was already married to Harjinder Kaur. His greed even alienates him from his friend, Nawaz Ali, who he blames for Jennifer's accidental death. Now Ranvir is the President of Punjab Association and will have to face-off against his rebellious daughter, Meet, who is all set to elope with Sam; while his irresponsible son, Yuvraj, is waiting to spring some more unexpected shocks and surprises on this family. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Sadhey Dil Nu Bada Tadpandey
Lyrics by Ahmad Anees, Amanullah Khan
Music Director Jawad Ahmad
Music on Fire Records, Junglee Music
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Too much over hyped but still worth watching.
11 June 2010 | by sheikh7070See all my reviews

I really was waiting for virsa. After the music and the trailers the film seemed it may brake all records. I entered the cinema with much enthusiasm but the film did'nt meet my expectations. It opened up with a beautiful scene but soon lost it flow the film became boring in the middle. Aryan babar was quite good with his job,playing his character well. Maheen Raheel also impressed me with her talent. Gulshan Grover and Nouman Ijaz were also outstanding. The problem was with the plot.

But still this film is worth watching especially for the Punjabi community as it gives real touch of N.R.Is and their love for their country. I would rate it as above average but not as good as it sounded like


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Country:

India | Pakistan

Language:

Punjabi

Release Date:

7 May 2010 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Virsa... Back to the Roots See more »

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