Punjab Nahi Jaungi 2017 Film Budget, Box Office, Verdict, Release Date, Detail (Directed by, Starring by, Writer) and Story Overview
- Budget: 14 Crore
- Box Office: 51.65 Crore
- Box Office Verdict: Hit
- Release Date: 1 September 2017
- Directed by: Nadeem Baig
- Starring by: Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat, Urwa Hocane
- Writer: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar
This film remained the most noteworthy earning Pakistani film until beaten by Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2. The film was a joint produce between two production houses, ARY Films and Humayun Saeed’s production house Six Sigma Plus. Iman Ali was first picked as the female lead however was supplanted by Mehwish Hayat. This is Mehwish Hayat’s third venture with Nadeem Baig and Humayun Saeed after Jawani Phir Nahi Ani and Dillagi. The shooting occurred in the city of Faisalabad, while design perfect works of art from Bahawalpur, as Darbar Mahal and Gulzar mahal were utilized in a portion of the scenes.
It got positive reviews from pundits. Rahul Aijaz of The Express Tribune appraised the film 4 out of 5 stars. Omair Alavi of Samaa TV appraised the film 4 out of 5 stars.
Mehtab Khagga and his family have had age old ties of adoration and companionship with Bebojee and her family regardless of them having a place with 2 distinct universes. Fawad Khagga, grandson of Mehtab Khagga, experiences passionate feelings for his darling Bebojee’s granddaughter, Amal. He promises to win Amal through the sheer quality of his adoration. What follows is a trial of adoration, fellowship and family and Fawad’s definitive journey to carry Amal with him to Punjab.
Acting is Superb as Legendary Pakistani Actors have been decided for the Film (8/10). Screen Play and Background Places are intriguing and appealing (9/10).Good camera work (7/10). Music is Good (6.5/10) however the movement and move are poor (5/10) aside from one final shaking tune (7.5/10).
A story is a spine of the film. Khalil ur Rehman Qamar is truly outstanding and not many authors I like. In any case, the tale of the film is a sheer disillusionment for an exceptional author (4/10). The story looks aimless and without rationale and stream.
Such a large number of parody on-screen characters yet discoursed are not fulfilling the satire guidelines of Legends like Sohail Ahmed, Saba Qamar, Waseem Abbas, Behroz Sabazwari, and Ahmed Ali But (4/10). I figure the essayist could take help from these legends to improve the comic feeling of the film.