Starring : Tarsem Singh Jassar, Neeru Bajwa, Poppy Jabbal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, B.N. Sharma, Karamjit Anmol, Rahul Jugral & Rose J Kaur
Rating : *****(5/5)
Run Time : 136 Minutes
What’s Good: Chemistry of Tarsem-Neeru, Love About Punjabi Language
What’s Bad: almost nothing
Watch or Not? In over more than two hours, the film manages to to patch up its hovels and vindicate the negatives quite effortlessly. Goes without saying that Ksshithij quite succeeds in sending us home with many heartfelt laughs and an extensively enjoyable time.
Movie Review :
At the core, the film deals with a very relevant subject of how language divides our society.
Star Performances :
Tarsem Jassar who is well known for his singing & unforgettable performance in ‘Rabb Da Radio’ is back with another appreciable performance. He performed the role of a simple married village in movie.
Neeru Bajwa’s irresistible enigma is what lures me about her. She makes even the nagging Trisha endearing and only an actress of her caliber can bring so many hues to a character which has the maximum risk of getting termed as caricature. Uda Aida has pulsating chemistry of Tarsem-Neeru.
Another fine performance in movie is by Poppy Jabbal, as counsellor in school is outstanding & Performance by little Sameep Singh who has earlier done role of junior ‘harjeeta’ will force you to applause as well as performances by other little child are treat to watch.
Gurpreet Ghuggi & B.N. Sharma also has given outstanding performances.Nothing much to do for karamjit Anmol in this movie.
Direction, Editing and Screenplay :
The director (Ksshithij Chaudhary) strikes a fine balance between humour and emotion in this movie which gives a strong message about love of punjabi language . He manages to have us rolling with laughter in the first half bouncing our way rapid and quick laughs. After a point my jaws began to pain from all the haha. Following any other rulebook on marriage and relationships would have helped him get his way through this sloppily conceptualized story which has the regular rom-com ingredients. Thankfully for him, the film’s magical casting worked out in his favor or it could have turned its wind towards being shallow.
Screenplay of the movie is so engaging it will keep you stuck with your seats till end. Hat`s off to Naresh Kathuria for Such a brilliant script, engaging script & Dialogues.
Cinematography by Ajayan Vincent is a treat to watch
Music :R Guru & Gurcharan Singh has given melodies music in movie as well as background music by him has added advantage to movie.
Cheers to producer’s Rrupaali Gupta , Deepak Gupta , Ksshitij Chaudhary & Naresh Kathooria for putting finances in such an honest script
The Last Word
‘Uda Aida’ is not a film, it is an experience! The film might come across as a children’s film but it is recommended to each and every strata of society. A must watch! You will surely come out of the theatres with tears of joy.
Every aspect of movie Direction, Action, Screenplay, Music & Dialogues are treat to watch.Go & enjoy this complete family entertainer with your family & friends.