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When Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi was being promoted, I expected it to be a good comedy given the two stellar actors in the cast. Surprisingly all the reviews were poor and it bomb ed at the box office.
Last night I found PKPS on You Tube so I watched it as a comedy is much better than a violent or serious movie just before bedtime.
Well Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi is certainly not as bad as the critics and other reviewers make it out to be. It is stretched in parts and a bit too much propaganda of so called Gujarati 'asmita' and 'over the top' Punjabiyat but other than that it is a very watchable film with a good dose of humour. I especially liked the few political digs that were stuck in the dialogues here and there ...
PKPS does not purport to be serious cinema or anything other than fun; in this case centred around the romance between a Punjabi lad and a Gujarati lass. The Punjabi family come to live in a typical Gujarati society and the humour takes off from there. It is not a rib tickling comedy but the dialogues are witty and overall it is a humorous film.
So much for the critics and poor reviews ....
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