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Bambukat, set in 1960, is a story about two sisters. One is a simple girl, Pakko, who's not fair skinned and look dusky, and Sami, who is prettier than Pakko. The story of Bambukat is how Pakko's husband tries to impress his in-laws.
Rabb Da Radio is a family movie that revolves around family problems, love, hate and much more. The story of the movie, Rabb Da Radio will take you to Punjab during the 80s and 90s. It ... 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 ... See full summary »
Jass falls in love with Mahie who wants to marry an orphan, so he lies to her and tells her he has no family, and finds himself in hilarious situations when he has to hide the truth once they get married.
The first half is pure entertainment . Story is grippy . Dialogues are well written . And comedy scenes are really funny .From engagement scene to the love story - everything looks believable. Nirmal Rishi as Nikka's grandmother is fabulous . Even after doing the same thing over and over again, she is flawless.
But the second half is boring and cliche. The same story which we are watching from decades . And the ending was quite obvious. Even Nirmal Rishi's dialogues starts falling flat as we know she don't has second emotion. A little bit comedy still exists. The 2nd half is not miserable , it's just OK.
It will give the 1st half a 10/10 and second half 5/10. Overall good film . Recommended.
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