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Movie Review Sardaar Ji : Diljit Dosanjh

Director : Rohit Jugraj

Starring : Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa, Mandy Takhar, Jaswinder Bhalla & others

Special Appearance : Anita Kailey & Sonam Bajwa

Ratings : ***1/2 (3.5/5)

Synopsis : This film is the story of its lead protagonist Jaggi (Diljit Dosanjh) . Jaggi discovers that not only can he connect to human beings but he can also connect to beings from another realm. The spirits he talks to are absolutely harmless and ridiculously funny and he starts helping them and solves their problems which they themselves can’t. He always uses this power for the good of all Concerned.

Movie Review :

Sardaar Ji follows the story of Jaggi (played by Diljit Dosanjh), an orphan boy who comes across a special power, that can help him connect to beings from another realm.

This ability lands him into comic circumstances with various ghosts, and as he grows up, it helps him build a reputation as the go-to man to drive away unwanted spirits.

After Punjab 1984 Diljit dosanjh again steals the show with his performance in ” Sardaar Ji ” . He lifted the whole picture on his shoulders.Mandy Takhar really impresses with her action & expressions on screen.In role of ghost neeru is good.In short role jaswinder bhalla entertains audience as well as amritpal chottu.Anita Kailey in special stunned audience she has ability to do more entertaing roles in punjabi cinema yet to explore by film makers.

After ” Jatt James Bond ” director rohit jugraj tried a different genre & he handles the subject very well. Cinematography is good. Background could be better than this.

Apart from music ” Sardaar Ji ” is complete entertainer.Go & enjoy your weekend with this roller coaster.

Final words :  ‘Knock Knock!’
‘Who’s there?”
‘Boo, who?’ Jaggi 😛 Diljit Dosanjh shines like a star in movie.Long way to go for Sardaar Ji!

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