By Punjabi Pollywood Team | April 13, 2018
The Punjabi film “Golak, Bugni, Bank te Batua”, which is eagerly awaited for the last several days, has become a decoration of cinemas today. The opening day of the movie has also been done the same way as the film was expected. In the film, Amarinder Gill, Aditi Sharma, Harish Verma, Simi Chahal, Jaswinder Bhalla, B.N. Sharma, Anita Devgan and many new young actors have acted brilliantly. The direction is done by Kasitij Chaudhary. Now, let’s move to the movie review without any delay.
As it was revealed from the trailer that the story of the film is around the demonetization, and tried to show it on screen in a well dramatic and comic way. The story of the film is quite strong, it is divided into two sections whose combination is suspense for the audience. One part of the story of the movie shows the story of the village of Punjab in the year 1970, along with the second part of the story is from present scenes of the same village. But the story of both the sections is about demonetization only. A couple of Amarinder Gill and Aditya Sharma is from 1970’s, while Harish Verma and Simi Chahal are from this time period. It is a perfect love story which as becomes closer at the right time and at the time the bomb blasting of the demonetization. After that there is something and how these two stories compile, we will not disclose your fun and you have to go to the cinema hall to watch the movie.
In terms of acting, first thing is to talk of Amrinder Gill who is playing the character of Bhola in the movie, and successfully have the focus of the audience from the starting of the movie. You will love each of the scenes presented by Bhola, that how children use to tease him, his dressing style, how he talks, and even walk. This will keep you with the story. Nita and Mishri also have presented their characters very lively on the screen. The remaining characters of the film are Aditi Sharma, Jaswinder Bhalla, B.N. Sharma, Sumit Gulati, Anita Deagan, Gurshabad and Pukhraj Bhalla. Everyone has done justice to their characters. Every minor character of the movie leaves an impression on the heart of the audience.
As Kashyties Chaudhary has played the story of two-time in a series, it is an appreciable job. If we talk about the shooting locations or about showing the old Punjab on screen, the director gets full points in both terms. He has produced simple stories with an intelligent guidance in an exquisite manner. Both stories are well-played and will not bother you.
Why to watch this movie?:
In addition to entertainment in the movie there are many good messages for a good life and if you want to see the masterpiece of Amrinder Gill’s acting then this movie is must watch for you.