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Jatt&Juliet Trio + Interesting plot - back to back comic punches - proper utilization of Mr. Jaswinder Bhalla = Sardaar Ji
Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa & Jaswinder Singh Bhalla. Think of these names and you will recall the "JATT&JULIET trio" that was damn funny and made you spill your lungs out of laughter. And same were my expectations from this movie as well. But it turned out to be a " Beta Tumse Na Ho Payega" scenario. Sardaar Ji is a comedy that would compel you to look at your watch several times during the show and would sometimes make you laugh and also make you wonder "WHY ON THE EARTH DID THE TRIO WENT AHEAD WITH THIS MOVIE IN THE FIRST PLACE".
Mr. Bhalla and Mr. Diljit Dosanjh are fantastic at comedy. The movie had the potential to be a good one given the plot, but Mr. Bhalla's and Diljit's comic timing is awfully under-utilized. They actually make a fantastic comic couple on-screen, but the movie somehow fizzles even before the interval. The movie lacked the trademark Punjabi tsunami of jokes n comic punches. The songs are good and Diljit dances extremely well on their beats. The comic punches (which are deficient in the movie) are hilarious and very well fits in the script. Overall its a movie you may watch if you have a craving for the Punjabi cinema and are ready to feel disheartened at the end. Its neither the worst nor the best.
P.S. - These are my personal views and may differ from other reviewers. The review does not contain any plot spoiler.
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