This spoof comedy narrates the story of a cop Arjun Patiala (Diljit Dosanjh) and his sidekick Onidda Singh (Varun Sharma). Together, will they be able to accomplish their mission of a crime-free town with their goofy style of policing?
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Arjun Patiala(Diljit Dosanjh)has recently been initiated into the police service. A man who has spend most of his early life disciplining himself in Judo and getting into the forces now decides its time to take it easy. He's introduced to his loyal "chita munshi" who soon turns into a confidant- Onida Singh. ( Varun Sharma) We quickly realise Arjun Patiala's quirks - That he is fond of women, and even fonder of his drink. But his quirky, original and unusual ideas help him reduce the crime rate in the city without even moving a finger. Along the way Arjun falls in love with a firebrand news reporter - Ritu Randhawa (Kriti Sanon) who might pull the curtain on his deeds. A laugh riot film, Arjun Patiala will leave you in splits.These unforgettable characters are definitely here to stay.
After the film's release, Puneet Agarwal, a man from Delhi complained to the police that he had been receiving hundreds of phone calls from fans of the actress Sunny Leone asking him to let them talk to her, upon realizing his phone number had been used in a scene where Sunny's character dictates it. She later apologized, telling she didn't mean for that to happen to him. See more »
The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to make cuts for a 12A classification following which the needed cuts were made as directed. Sequences of strong violence were removed and the film was passed 12A, with no additional cuts. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Enjoyed it a lot.
Comedy, comedy , and comedy. Though the ending was not good but the whole film was comedy packed. In my opinion Sakool's character was very interesting. And those deleted scenes😂😂. Really very interesting.
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