Star Cast: Sonam Bajwa, Tania, Gitaj Bindrakhia, Gurjazz, Nirmal Rishi, Rupinder Rupi, Gurpreet Bhangu
Director & Writer: Vijay Kumar Arora & Jagdeep Sidhu
Rating: 4.5 Stars
The Punjabi industry emerged with films which were full of comedy and made its image for showcasing the comedy genre only. But today it has evolved very much as the Punjabi cinema is now serving many films with very different, unique and incredible concepts be it Kali Jotta, Chal Jindiye and now Godday Godday Chaa. A good film is one which not only entertains us but also gives us some sort of learning. We have watched the film Godday Godday Chaa and have prepared a detailed review giving you more information with fewer spoilers.
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Godday Godday Chaa Review
The story starts with the marriage of Sonam Bajwa (Rani) and Gitaz Bindrakhia (Bagga). The newlywed bride gets a click-through at an event of why the women don't get involved in the wedding ceremony (Baraat). She then raises her voice against the same and faces backlash from the male dominating society as shown in the film. But she didn't give up and planned an event to get women of his family and village to get involved in the wedding ceremony (Baraat). Will she be able to achieve what she wants as shown in the film?
A perfect story needs an extraordinary star cast which undeniably Godday Godday Chaa already has. Sonam Bajwa as Rani was the best of the lot and has given her career best performance and her character was best supported by Nirmal Rishi, Rupinder Rupi and Gurpreet Bhangu. Tania got less screen space in the first half but she was energetic and lively as Nimmo throughout the film.
Gitaj Bindrakhia was innocent and did a fair job as Bagga. He didn't go off his character for a single time which gives him the tag of one of the best young artists so far.
Gurjazz was made to play Pinta and whatever screen time he was offered the singer-actor nailed his act. Sardar Sohi was excellent in his role as the traditional household leader.
Amrit Amby and Mintu Kapa got less screen space but as always they were the life of the movie. Not only this, viewers wish to see them more throughout the entire picture.
The rest of the performers did a great job with their roles and successfully helped one another throughout the movie.
Vijay Kumar Arora who has already won our hearts with Kali Jotta has again tugged at the heartstrings with his second film of 2023. The direction in Godday Godday Chaa has not bored the viewers a single time. After each minute something intriguing pops up that glues us to our seats.
Moreover, the captain of the ship has not compromised with the location and delivers a flawless 80-90s vibe. He managed almost 40-50 characters in the climax which is a huge appreciation point for him.
Screenplay & Dialogues
The movie has a slow start but after a couple of minutes, it moves to the right path and starts entertaining the audience. The story which has been written by Jagdeep Sidhu has again done a stupendous job. The unique concept which not only has a hilarious side but a moral too becomes a perfect family entertainer.
Also, the dialogues are the USP of Godday Godday Chaa. We got a different Chaa after every scene just to know about what punchline will come next. According to the concept, the dialogues are not only funny but also very impactful.
All the songs in the film are amazing as we already knew before the release of Godday Godday Chaa. The film consists of five songs out of which four have made it to the music charts. The greatest one was Allarhan De, and the song's timing was flawless, taking the movie to a new level at that point.
Furthermore, the background music of the film didn't disappoint the viewers and fitted well everywhere.
Overall, we can conclude to a point that it’s a wonderful family entertainer. A perfect amalgamation of the versatile cast, concept and storyline uh is something which we get less to watch. Team 5 Dariya News gives 4.5 Stars to Godday Godday Chaa.
The half Star has been deducted due to a sluggish beginning that gives the audience the impression that the film is headed in the wrong direction and certain dialogue that could have been avoided.
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