Tarsem Jassar, who has made his name in not only the Punjabi music industry but films too, has been delivering amazing content to the audience. The Punjabi turbanator has treated fans with amazing songs, lyrics, and movies. But not only is he a multi-talented individual, Jassar is also quite an icon! Today, we have prepared a short list of Tarsem Jassar’s best films that you must watch.
Here’s the list of 5 Films Of Tarsem Jassar You Must Watch
Rabb Da Radio
Lighthearted romantic comedies are what Punjabi cinema is best known for, and actors often choose to make their debut in films of this style. However, Tarsem Jassar entered Pollywood via the serious genre film ‘Rabb Da Radio,’ which had a lot of content. The film, which was released in 2017, was based in the 1980s and 1990s and focused on the importance of family, love, and unwavering faith in God. Tarsem Jassar made an enduring impression on the industry with this film, and the rest is history.
Tarsem Jassar featured in the film ‘Sardar Mohammad’ in 2017. A young man battles to discover his identity. The movie, which took place during the Indo-Pak split, was about an Indian Sikh cop who finds a baby and raises it as his own son. After that, everything seemed alright until the child learned he was adopted one day. Knowing this, he set out to discover who he really was. He eventually arrived in Pakistan, which welcomed him with a variety of experiences. Speaking of the movie, it contained a variety of themes, including humour, drama, and suspense, and Tarsem Jassar expertly blended them all together.
Tarsem Jassar tried his hand at satire when he signed ‘Uda Aida,’ in addition to serious genre and comedy films. The film was a humorous satire on people's preoccupation with the English language. In it, Tarsem Jassar and Neeru Bajwa portrayed parents who made every effort to enrol their child in an English-medium school. They also believed that the struggle would end once the child was admitted, but the actual conflict didn't begin until then. They did everything in their power to ensure that their child got along well with his classmates, only to discover later that he was drifting away from them.
Tarsem Jassar moved on to investigate other genres after establishing his reputation in the serious Punjabi cinema subgenre. He appeared in the romantic comedy ‘Afsar’ in 2018. In the film, Tarsem played a government employee who develops feelings for a school teacher. Now that the girl's father has refused to give his daughter to anyone other than a patwari when he reaches out to ask for his approval for their marriage, Tarsem is under pressure to get the position at any cost. This was the first time Tarsem appeared in a humorous role, and he played it with grace, just like his serious performances.
Rabb Da Radio 2
In the first part, fans have the visual delight of watching their favourite artists work together on screen. And the second instalment is treated the same. The focus of the film was on their marriage and how Tarsem supported his in-laws through difficult times by acting like a son. Tarsem Jassar once again demonstrated in ‘Rabb Da Radio 2’ that he is one of the ideal actors to bring forth a serious genre film with all of its features.
These films prove his acting prowess in Pollywood. Entering in the Punjabi film industry is common for singers but few stay and prove that they are made for this domain.