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Ishq Garaari Movie Review | Sharry Maan

Ishq Garaari Movie Review | Sharry Maan | Mandy Takhar
, Ishq Garaari Movie Review | Sharry Maan

Movie: Ishq Garaari
Starring: Sharry Maan, Rannvijay Singh, Gulzar Chahal, Vinaypal Buttar, Mandy Takhar, Miss Pooja, Gunjan Walia, Prabhleen Sandhu
Director: Dheeraj Rattan
Producer: Ravi Jain
Music Director: RDB, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Pav Dharia, Nick Dhammu, Badshah
Release date: 25 October 2013

RATING: 3 OUT OF 5 ( *** )
, Ishq Garaari Movie Review | Sharry Maan

Ishq Garaari received mixed to positive reviews. One of the critics says, “ISHQ GARAARI is a film with a story which has never been attempted before in Punjabi cinema. The best thing about ISHQ GARAARI is that it doesn’t stick to the formula and yet sparkles romance, humour and crackling chemistry between its lead actors.

Synopsis: Sharry is a village lad who is poet at heart. His poetry is earthy and he sees love in the most conventional way. But his tragedy is that no one understands his writing and considers him a sellable poet and singer. For this reason whichever music company he has approached has rejected him along with his own family and so Sharry had started living with his friend Boondi outside the village in a small shed. The girl he loves never understands a word of his poetry and wants Sharry to join her father’s tempo business and marry her. Sharry also gets caught up in money matters as Makhan Singh (Chacha Raunaki Ram) demands 70 lacs if Sharry refuses to join his business.
Review: The comedy is mainly situation and the absence of an established comedian is highly felt. The cinematography is at par with Bollywood movies and the characters do justice to their roles but the plot fails miserably. The choreography is alright and the songs were pretty good since they are sung by established singers in Sherry Maan, Miss Pooja and above all, by Yo Yo Honey Singh. The direction (according to the script) was pretty flawless.
If you are a teenager and love Punjabi cinema, go, run and watch Ishq Garaari released worldwide today. It will fascinate you. But the mature ones surely need to avoid if they love serious and meaningful cinema. The first show went house-full at the Piccadilly Mall in Chandigarh with uproarious youngsters dancing with the songs and music of the film.

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