Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi movie review: Rishi Kapoor, Paresh Rawal’s idiotic film by way of SAEED NASIR

Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi hangs between absolutely slapstick and situational comedy. here’s our film evaluate.

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Paresh Rawal and Rishi Kapoor play neighbours in Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi.
Patel Ki Pujabi Shaadi
solid: Rishi Kapoor, Paresh Rawal
Director: Sanjay Chhel
score: 1.five/five

Monty Tandon (Vir Das) is talking to his neighbour Pooja Patel (Pooja Ghosh) in Gujarati-ruled Adarsh Society in Mumbai. He appears the alternative way for a minute and Pooja is long gone. What he spontaneously spits out is ‘saali kutti’. Then the digicam lowers and we see a canine.

this is one of the many attempted gags in Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi that shows the wedding of Monty, son of a truely loud Punjabi own family, and Pooja, daughter of extremely-righteous Gujarati own family. at the same time as Guggi Tandon (Rishi Kapoor), a garage owner, is head of the first, a wise businessman Hasmukh Patel (Paresh Rawal) is the patriarch of the second one.

matters begin getting quite messed up from the instant Guggi’s son Monty falls for Hasmukh’s daughter Pooja.
A customer enters Hasmukh’s grocery shop and asks for a kg of ration. Hasmukh weighs exactly a kg and and gets rid of four more grains. when wondered, he convinces the patron how he shouldn’t take even a single grain with out paying because it’s a sin. This creation tries to set up what Hashmukh continues announcing for the duration of the film, “commercial enterprise hum Gujaratiyon ke khoon me hain.” Or, extra authoritatively, “emotions and economics ko blend mat karo.”

alternatively, the Tandons have Prem Chopra as the granddad who loves to bounce, drink and talk, “Mera naam hai Prem, Prem Tandon.” you know the way it sounds!

The jovial Tandons even have a hilarious Divya Dutta as the mother Pummy who swears and does anything different participants of the circle of relatives do. when Hasmukh asks her with innocence, “Aap aurat ho ke gaali deti hain?” She replies, “Ab itti si baat ke liye sex kya exchange karwana.”

after which occasional ‘hiya ji re’ and ‘burrah’ keep playing in the history.

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