Udta Punjab Movie Review
Movie: Udta Punjab
Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor, Diljit Dosanjh
Director: Abhishek Chaubey
Abhishek Chaubey’s film Udta Punjab has at long last figured out how to get an appropriate release this week, After having persistent with different contentions as to its abundantly talked about the fight with CBFC, the film has now succumbed to online theft two days before its release. Does the film have the possibility to get over this barrier and turned into the colossal huge success of Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh?
The movie is about how drug utilization has taken its toll on the adolescent of Punjab – told through the lives of four people. Tommy Singh otherwise known as Gabru played by Shahid Kapoor is a prominent rock star known for his misuse filled tracks, and his medication fuelled way of life. when police capture him for offense and puts him in jail, he starts to correct his life. Alia Bhatt plays a Bihari migrant taking a shot at the fields on the outskirt of Punjab when she runs over a medication bundle tossed from over the fringe. In attempting to offer the bundle and win the quick buck, her entire life goes upside down and turns into a horrendous experience for her. Sartaj Singh known as Diljit Dosanjh is an ASI in the Punjab police power, working under a degenerate senior who is the tutor for him. In spite of the fact that he regularly chooses not to see towards the medication exchange his town, when his more youthful sibling gets hospitalized because of medication overdose, he chooses to wake up and make a move. Enters Dr. Preet played by Kareena Kapoor Khan, who turns into his backing in his tirade against medication exchange, which they understand has some overwhelming political force behind it.
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What’s plus point of the story: Unleashing the issue of substance misuse in Punjab in a significant startling way, Udta Punjab takes a grasping begin. The strain on Punjab soon turning into another Mexico is legitimately depicted.
What’s drawback is: The scourge of the second half strikes for this film. Whatever draws you pre-interim, is outstretched into an anecdotal set up in the second half.
Final Review: One-time watchable movie.In this movie, Alia Bhatt has a famous dialogue, where she uses as bad ‘Ho Gayi na ch—–pa’.The movie Udta Punjab does not figure out how to fly high with its substance.mangobollywood would give a rating of 3.5/5 for the film.