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Laatu (2018)

TV-Y7 | | Drama | 16 November 2018 (USA)
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It is a satirical take on a battle against government & its employees who are unwilling to work for the betterment & welfare of society. From the panchayat to the employees in electricity ... See full summary »

Director:

Manav Shah

Writers:

Surmeet Maavi (dialogue), Dheeraj Rattan (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gagan Kokri Gagan Kokri ... Sattu
Aditi Sharma Aditi Sharma ... Jeeti
Karamjit Anmol Karamjit Anmol ... Dholan
Sardar Sohi Sardar Sohi ... Karnail Singh Randhawa
Harby Sangha Harby Sangha ... Lineman Maali Ram
Rahul Jungral Rahul Jungral ... Exen Gurbir Bajwa
Nisha Bano Nisha Bano ... Maano
Prakash Gadhu Prakash Gadhu ... JE Mohan Singh
Aashish Duggal Aashish Duggal ... Gajjan Singh Grewal
Anita Devgan Anita Devgan ... Jailo
Hardeep Gill Hardeep Gill ... Numberdaar- Mukha's father
Malkeet Rauni Malkeet Rauni ... Gursikh from Dodra
Prince Kanwaljit Singh Prince Kanwaljit Singh ... Ginda Grewal
Pam Dhiman Pam Dhiman ... Jeeti's Bhabi (as Parminder Pam)
Dilawar Sidhu Dilawar Sidhu ... Phaggu Naai- Dholan's father
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It is a satirical take on a battle against government & its employees who are unwilling to work for the betterment & welfare of society. From the panchayat to the employees in electricity department are all reluctant to work for the revolution in the village by sticking to the superstitions of the villagers.

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Drama

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »
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Country:

India

Language:

Punjabi

Release Date:

16 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fusewala, Rajasthan See more »

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Refreshing, superbly acted and directed!
18 May 2019 | by kanwal-sandhuSee all my reviews

This movie was a breathe of fresh air and forced me to write a few words partially because Punjabi is my mother tongue and its refreshing to see a very well acted movie that makes a very honest and accurate effort in subtlety portraying the nuances of foregone Punjabi era and culture. The direction is perfect and cinematography was first rate with me reminiscing some of my childhood back in India as a kid though the movie depicts an era way earlier than that. I happened to watch the movie with my 80 year old aunt who can relate to all aspects of the movie and she thoroughly loved the dialogue considering he isn't a huge movie enthusiast. The pace was very nicely balanced for my liking with the protagonist keeping you nicely entrenched in the plot throughout however the ending was a bit sudden and unexpected. I dont follow bollywood by heart anymore let alone Pollywood but i would dearly recommend this movie to Punjabi audience as long as they appreciate quality rather than run of the mill over the top cliched junk that is coming out of Pollywood. This movie proves there is no dearth of talent in Punjabi cinema both in terms of acting as well as direction. Good on Netflix to pick this up!


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