Arjun Patiala Movie Review
Movie – Arjun Patiala
Director – Rohit Jugraj
Star cast – Diljit Dosanjh, Kriti Sanon, and Varun Sharma
Genre – Comedy
Producer -Bhushan Kumar and Dinesh Vijan
Production Company -T-Series and Maddock Films
Writer– Ritesh Shah and Sandeep Leyzell
Cinematography – Sudip Sengupta
Rating – 2.0
Arjun Patiala Story
The film deals with a story of a cop called Arjun Patiala played by Diljit Dosanjh and his assistant Onidda Singh played by Varun Sharma who wants to make their city crime-free with their goofy style. So, will they be able to do with their interesting style of goofing is an interesting thing to explore.
Arjun Patiala Review
Not all movies comedy movies are made on the way we see Arjun Patiala where at times we see the characters directly talking to the audience. This gives you too many loo breaks as you do not start taking your film too seriously. The first half of the film seems light and sporty which would allow you to catch Kriti Sanon the journalists who is always after the dreaded criminals trying to unleash them on-air. The first half also has Sunny Leone in it who comes for an item song. The film showcases an interesting nexus between the police, media and nefarious criminals along with the politician who remains hand in glove with the anti-social elements. However, the self-talk of the characters with the audience breaks the momentum of the film.
Now, talking about the performance, Diljit Dosanjh playing the cop seems to be an interesting man on the silver screen. He has done a decent job while playing a comical cop with a couple of laughs out loud moments. Kriti Sanon playing the leading lady seemed flawless on the silver screen and Varun Sharma is simply unstoppable with his incredible can of jokes that he keeps on pushing time and again making the audience laugh a lot. However, talking about the direction, writing, and execution of the film, all seemed naive and pointless, particularly in the second half. And the hotchpotch climax makes things bad to worse. Talking about the music, it is average except the dance number.
Arjun Patiala The Last Word
It is not often easy to make Spoof comedies as it is a tricky affair. The makers have failed to make an interesting one as it goes too underwhelming on the silver screen. If you want to waste your time then think of catching this film.