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Film Review | Asees | Rana Ranbir | Neha Pawar | Rupinder Rupi

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The film is based on the powerful bond between mother and her child. It basically reflects the fact that nothing is comparable to affectionate love of mother and it is the first love for a child.

Story Screenplay Dialogues : Rana Ranbir Music by Tejwant Kittu Directed by Rana Ranbir



Staring: Rana Ranbir, Neha Pawar, Kuljinder Singh Sidhu, Rupinder Ruppi, Sardar Sohi, Pardeep Sran, Raghveer Boli, Malkeet Rauni, Vijay Tandon, Rajvir Boparai, Jaggi Dhuri, Savinder Vicky, Ravinder Mand, Samuel John, Seema Kaushal, Gurpreet Kaur Bhangu, Shavin Rekhi, Charanpreet Kaur Maan, Jyot Arora, Avrinder Kaur, Dilraj Uday

Film Review | Laung Laachi | Neeru Bajwa | Ammy Virk | Amberdeep

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Review by Deep Jagdeep Singh Rating 1/5 The movie review of Punjabi film Laung Laachi Starring Ammy Virk, Neeru Bajwa, Amberdeep Singh and others. Written and Directed by Amberdeep Singh.




Film is loosely based on married couple, they decides to play a game of strangers and try to discover love for each other while living together. Meanwhile a third person enters in their game and stories turns upside down. Does Amberdeep as writer, director and lead actor lives up to the expectations of the Punjabi cinema audience? To know, watch this Film Review of Laung Laachi.



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Film Review | Laavaan Phere | Roshan Prince | Rubina Bajwa

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-Deep Jagdeep Singh- Rating 2/5
The movie review of Punjabi film Laavaan Phere, starring Roshan Prince, Rubina Bajwa, Gurpreet Guggi, Karamjit Anmol, Harbi Sangha, Malkit Rauni, Rupinder Roopi.Written by Pali Bhupinder Singh and Directed by Sameep Kang.








Film is loosely based on the Punjabi wedding scenes, dominantly featuring Jija's of the bridegroom. It shows exaggerated scenario of Punjabi Jija's who go over the top to spoil the marry moments.


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Film Review | Vekh Baratan Challiyan

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Deep Jagdeep Singh Rating 3/5 *ing- Binnu Dhillon, Kavita Kaushik, Amrinder Gill, Ranjit Bawa,
Jaswinder Bhalla, Karamjit Anmol, Govind Namdev,
Maithili Purohit, Mukesh Bhatt
Written by Naresh Kathooria
Directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary

Picking up masala from various Hindi films and presenting them in Punjabi cinema is not a new trend, but narrating a convincing story through that mashup is not within everyone’s area of expertise. There are not many examples of such films in Punjabi cinema, but the new film by Ksshitij Chaudhary ‘Vekh Baratan Challiyan (VBC)’ leaves a new mark. Cooked with a mashup of many Hindi films VBC is an entertainer as well as delivering a meaningful message.
Indolent Jaggi (Binnu Dhillon) fails to find a match irrespective of tireless efforts by his family, thus his father Karamjit Singh Waraich (Jaswinder Bhalla) is worried about his future. The family runs a local mini bus on route alongside the Punjab - Haryana border and lives a simple life. Jaggi’s cousin Chhin…

Film Review | The Black Prince

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The Dark Saga of Last Sikh MaharajaDeep Jagdeep Singh Rating 2/5
The Black Prince is a historical drama about the great Sikh Emperor Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s son and last king of Lahore Darbar Maharaja Duleep Singh and his journey to discover his own lost existence during his exiled life in England. If you watch films just for fun or to go to multiplexes to shun away the day to day stress, you are a non-believer, especially not a follower of Sikh faith, then this film is absolutely not for you. Irrespective of all above things if you still want to watch ‘The Black Prince’ then obliviously you are the one prefer realistic cinema over popular one. But even then, before you go, you should be aware that you have to bear with lethargically slow screenplay for the first forty minutes. If you are still ready to go, this certifies that you are the real devotee of meaningful cinema. Then, let’s start to dissect ‘The Black Prince’.
Inspired by the English novel ‘The Exile’ by former Indian dip…

Film Review | Channa Mereya

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Not so 'Sairat' -Deep Jagdeep Singh- Rating 2/5
Cast - Ninja, Amrit Maan, Payal Rajput, Yograj Singh,
BN Sharma, Anita Devgan, Anita Meet, Karamjit Anmol
Story - Nagraj Manjule
Screenplay - Pankaj Batra, Jatinder Lall | Dialogue - Jatinder Lall
The meaning of Marathi word ‘Sairat’ is unrestrained. Super hit Marathi film Sairat based on unrestrained love of a teenage couple which not only gained international acclaim, but its unique climax set it apart from the common lot. This film highlights the hard hitting topic of Honor Killing.  Channa Meriya is an official remake of Sairat directed by Pankaj Batra, director of successful films like ‘Goreyan Nu Dafa Karo’ and ‘Bambukaat’. Earlier, director Sameep Kang directed the Punjabi remake of Marathi film Lock which left the audience completely dismayed.  Being a popular Marathi film, Punjabi audience has high expectations from Pankaj Batra for this remake. More expectations are added by the fans of popular singers Amrit Maan and Ninja…

Movie Review | Super Singh:Story Resistant!

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Deep Jagdeep Singh Rating 2/5
Star Cast: Diljit Dosanjh, Sonam Bajwa, Pavan Malhotra, Navnindra Behal, Rana Ranbir, Alexandra BandeanDirected by Anurag SinghStory: Anurag Singh | Screenplay: Dheeraj Rattan, Anurag Singh
Dailogue: Jagdeep Singh, Rupinder Inderjit, Anurag Singh
The cheapest superhero film of the world and the costliest film of Punjabi cinema, Super Singh is good enough to be super ignored. In the absence of a substantial story, a superhero can only make fun of himself; which is what Super Singh does too.
Sajjan Singh (Diljit Dosanjh), who proudly loves to call himself as Sam, is a student in Canada. He has a crush on Kathey (Alexandra Bandean) who refuses to accept him as her boyfriend for her dislike of the turban. Broken Sajjan decides to chop off his hair and remove the turban. On the other hand, his best friend Twinkle (Sonam Bajwa), who secretly loves him, returns to Punjab after realizing Sajjan’s ignorance for her love and infatuation for Kathy. Suddenly Sajjan’s…

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