Bambukat Punjabi Movie Reviews Ammy Virk, Binnu Dhillon, Bambukat is a Punjabi movie of 1960’s, Bambukat (Means : Motorcycle) is a story of 2 sisters of different complexions.
Both Resham and Channan get together on the marriage of their brother-in-law. Everyone in their family was going crazy for the Motorcycle guy Resham while Channan Singh is being ignored by everyone. Pakko feels insulted at her own parental home because of being poor. Then Pakko asks Channan to buy a Bambukat and there starts Channan’s struggle of buying a motorcycle!
In an auction at 'Dunger Mandi' Channan's friend Karamjit Anmol sell his Camel for Rs 350 and walks to a hotel in Sangrur just to gaze at an electric fan they've never seen before. At the hotel they meets a genteman who in actual was a thief 'Veet Baljit' riding over a 500cc bullet motorcycle. Channan Singh asks him about the price and starting bid from Rs. 1000, he convince him to close the deal at Rs 350 ( the whole amount they earned selling Camel). To know the further storyline, get a ticket to your nearest theatre showing Bambukat.
Ammy Virk, who got huge acclamation for his roles in Angrej & Ardaas is back in the scene along with the comedy king Binu Dhillon for another laugh riot. The movie is set in the period of 1960’s Punjab and also touches serious issues such as color bias and economic divide. The movie puts forward a mixture of comedy and drama and ensures that viewers are fully entertained throughout.
The diversity of lyricist and singers and music by Jatinder Singh have made each song a foot tapping number. Teaming up with Director Pankaj Batra, the movie is ste to wow everyone!