The ‘da-da connection between the people who lived in the pre-partition Punjab once again in ‘Sardar Ka Grandson. Even though it often occurs in films, this is a theme that never really becomes old.
And maybe it shouldn’t because the warm stories that touch the Indo-sir’s passivity can always be repetitive. But not if it is done in a dull and stale way that we see in this ‘dadi-pote love story, even if it is supervised by Neena Gupta, which is always reliable.
When Lahore Resident Sardar Kaur (Neena Gupta) now lives with a large family in Amritsar:
The city of Twin, across the border. But his heart failed to beat for his house in ‘Gali’ Lahore: what he wants. He told him ‘grandson Amreek (Arjun Kapoor), to see it last time.
The rest of this film is about Shenanigans grandchildren in Lahore. Where he met (mostly) Pakistan who was good and managed. To defeat an angry and cruel person (Kumud Mishra), who threatened to come on homecoming mission journey.
Arjun Kapoor looks ‘Gabru Punjabi Munda’. He nailed broom-back hair, Puff Jeans-Jacket Combo, and ‘Akkhad’ (Hidang).
By the way, but could not do anything about his constant uncertainty. Apart from the friendly spirit and the message ‘Safe and Chaaiin’. This film never broke out of a sluggish sit-com vibration. And the critical plot point only causes our eyes to roll.
A group of competent actors are left flounder. Kanwalwaljeet Singh, as the son of Gupta (can’t they get someone younger?) It deserves better and Soni Raz and as a daughter-in-law, which has nothing to do.
Rakul Preetche is also not, which has shown that he can lift the most formula flick. Mishra pouted and sneered. Senior government officials on both sides of the border are given ridiculous lines.
Only one or two regarding signs. Especially those who refer to Sunny Deol in ‘Gadar’ and the famous hand pump scene.
There are fun moments, such as the Sardar monologue with their pet dogs and granddaughters who filmed it. As Sardar, Neena Gupta tries really hard to breathe life into the process.
He loves stiff drinks, and his emotions refuse to decrease as we get older. All this is a cakewalk for the Neena Gupta. But what actually can Sardar do because the story is more ‘film’?
Amalek worked in a logistics company (called ‘soft’) when he thought of moving Lahore’s house to Amritsar. The more convenient is how Radha appears at the right time to make things happen.
Predicted, Neena Gupta is the only one worth our time in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijahan’ the last day:
But even someone from the calibre needs to be well written. The only innovative halfway line comes from a young Pakistani boy (Mir Mehroos). Naughty who has a tea shop, and it turns out to be around saviour. It’s about a deep relationship between ‘chai-walas’ and India.
Predicted, obstacles stacked on the Amreek mission road and characters including a police officer and a city mayor.
The actual revocation and home transportation itself is less focused than bureaucratic obstacles. Along the way, someone said that Amreek tried to do a bright Deol and called his mission filmy.
Even though this film seemed to be able to laugh at himself and cliche in Hindi films. Immediately spiral became a predictable troop series.
The surrounding show is adequate but does not shine and may have something to do. With material that does not raise the bar. Even the seller of young tea in Pakistan is a character that is not sufficient.
Aditi Rao Hydari when Young Sardar charmed his head stubborn and innocent, accompanied by John Abraham. Sardar Ka Cuclson can be a careful heating story about memories and find closures. But finally, like Aloo Paratha, half-cooked without butter.