Star Cast: Ammy Virk, Binnu Dhillon, Jaswinder Bhalla, BN Sharma, Jasmin Bajwa, Maahi Sharma, Hardeep Gill, Malkeet Rauni, Honey Mattu, Seema Kaushal
Director: Smeep Kang
Rating: 4.5 stars
The hysterical saga Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi has finally hit the screens clearing up all the trails of suspense created by the ‘Red Gaddi’ leaving everyone in splits with its full on entertainment factor offering a worth watching and unforgettable rib tickling experience which one should not miss.
As the film has seen daylight with millions of chuckles, we have come up with a detailed review of Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi with more details and less spoilers.
The fascinating tale of Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi follows around the red car in dowry. Jaswinder Bhalla, obsessed in greed of dowry, on the contrary does not get anything from the in-laws of his elder son, (Binnu Dhillon). In order to fulfil his greed, he puts pressure on younger son (Ammy Virk) to marry any girl for dowry but falling in love with a middle class girl (Jasmin Bajwa), he somehow convinces her for dowry and gets a red car from her family. The hilarious ride then begins with the red car which creates riotous chaos and lands them into unwanted situations leading to a web of lies. Now, what happens to the car, whether they prosper in escaping the happenings or not is shown in the film.
The comedic prowess of the trio comprising Ammy Virk, Jaswinder Bhalla, and Binnu Dhillon leaves audiences in stitches, delivering an exceptional performance that elicits hearty laughter throughout the film. Their impeccable comedic timing and chemistry on screen are nothing short of remarkable, as they effortlessly captivate and amuse the viewers.
However, just when you thought the laughter couldn't get any better, BN Sharma steps in and adds the much-needed flavour to the narrative. His contribution to the film takes it to an entirely different level, enhancing the overall comedic experience.
Jasmin Bajwa has unquestionably demonstrated her substantial talents, leaving no doubt that she is here to stay in the industry for the long haul. Honey Mattu who plays Ammy Virk’s friend completely fits in his role and gives us the required entertainment at required intervals.
Rest of the cast fits well and supports each other completely to give us a good family entertainer to watch.
Direction & Writer
Carry On Jatta 3 duo Smeep Kang and Naresh Kathooria as director and writer have once again proved with their artistry that they are the ultimate kings of Punjabi industry by delivering another family entertainer masterpiece enriched with whirlwind of laughters, hilarious twists and turns, an appreciable script and stupendous execution.
The audience was thoroughly amused by a series of uproarious perfectly timed one-liners and occasional bursts of clever, unique dialogue. Each line was infused with the right amount of humour which lasted a great impression.
The sound tracklist of the film is massive as there are in total 6 songs which already enchanted everyone before the film’s release. The music part is overall good as it played a vital part in hooking the audiences throughout the film. Every track added its own flavour of versatility and forced viewers to tap their feet with their catchy beats and music.
All in all Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi is an overdose of laughter, fun, comedy and drama and we highly recommend you to watch it with your family on big screens by giving a break to your stressful and busy schedule.
Team 5 Dariya News gives 4.5 stars to Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi. Half a star is snipped for some clumsy dubbing at points.