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Channo Kamli Yaar Di 2016 Punjabi Movie Download


Channo Kamli Yaar Di 2016 Punjabi Movie Download

Posted By Admin    08-09-21   

Release Date:  19 February 2016 (USA)
Director: Pankaj Batra
Genres: Comedy,Drama
Language: punjabi
Movie Quality: All Quality
Movie Size: All Sizes
Film Star:  Neeru Bajwa, Binnu Dhillon, Rana Ranbir

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Profound Jagdeep Singh|Channo Kamli Yaar Di brings another expectation for generous film in the Punjabi film industry. Aside from a suitable group of cast and grasping screenplay, the film has a solid story (however with many last details) with which gathering of people gets associated when the main edge opens. Taji (Binnu Dhillon) is a typical town fellow, age is coming up short on his hand for an attractive marriage and his mom (Anita Devgan) is concerned, however he wouldn't like to get hitched in light of the fact that he cherishes his beloved companion Channo (Neeru Bajwa). Sadly, he would never express his sentiments. Presently she is hitched to another person and pregnant. One day he discovers that Channo is distraught. They meet in a Gurudawara and Taji discovers that her significant other Jeet (Jassie Gill) went to Canada and she lost contact with him a couple of months back. She needed to go to Canada looking for his lost spouse since she feels he is in a bad position. Then again Taji feels that Jeet is a cheat and he will currently have the option to get Channo. To inspire her he concurs with all that she asks and takes off to Canada looking for Jeet. Author Naresh Kathooria has composed a story that has a substance and suitably contacts the center issues of Punjabi youth and their life in outside grounds. His discoursed are ethnic, relatable and crude as genuine. Despite the fact that the screenplay is holding, however it sinks at a couple of focuses and impedes the pace. Chief Pankaj Batra has completed an honorable employment in introducing the sympathy of youthful Punjabi young lady, who is left amidst her fantasy land, broke and genuinely broken. Be that as it may, she sees an expectation in her cherished companion and with his assistance she goes past the generalizations of Punjabi culture with an infant swell in look for her lost love and father of her unborn youngster. This story additionally takes into account the possibility of kinship between a wedded lady and a man from quite a while ago. Out of the blue Neeru Bajwa resembles a genuine Punjabi young lady, who wears ethnic Punjabi suits, talks (however not splendidly) and strolls like a typical town lady, conveys her womanhood normally and appropriately. Binnu Dhillon is taking care of business in Channo. He was squandered as a standup comic till now, however out of the blue he performs like an entertainer who can express love, feelings, torment and kinship all together with his face and non-verbal communication. Pankaj Batra has gone out on a limb by throwing a non-chocolaty legend in the most sentimental and passionate job, yet Binnu's sure presentation demonstrated him right. However, Neeru's age is very noticeable through her face and explicitly on her eyelashes, yet this job suits her age. She was really eight months pregnant while shooting for this film and she conveys her infant swell so normally. Binnu Dhillon takes the entire appeal. Jassi Gill, however, looks attractive on the screen, yet needs to chip away at his appearances and discourse conveyance. Rana Ranbir, Karamjit Anmol, Anita Devgan fittingly fits into the shoes of their characters. Music is the spirit of the film and it gives a fitting sentiment of sentiment and agony where required. Presently flip side, however Batra has a tight grasp over the screenplay, yet there are things he had left free. Like, Was Channo living isolated in the town, where were her family, how they sent her to a remote land with an outsider? Mr. Batra, if it's not too much trouble help me to discover that movement operator who orchestrates a Canadian visa medium-term. Indeed, even I need to discover that property specialist who can sell five sections of land of land just in a jiffy. Arrangement in the principal half where Channo and Taji were going way to entryway looking for Taji is some way or another hauled a great deal. In the second half when they attempt to go into the goon's home, it additionally paces down the stream. Tony (A reprobate's goon), who brings Channo, Taji and Anmol to a motel where Jeet has lived, has met them and recoganise them well. Indeed, even the sharp shooter has seen them, yet every one of the three continue playing diversions with different goons and they don't have a clue their identity. Amazing! Where you find so guiltless miscreants Mr. Batra! Last yet not the least, Jeet is beaten for four months, kept on high portion of opiates, how, all of a sudden, he can remain on his feet, talk with full vitality and battle with full power? Indeed, even with these glaring hiccups, screenplay keeps the gathering of people locked in. Neeru Bajwa will associated with this title job, since she has done nothing before that could be recognized as the significant commitment to Punjabi film. For the generous story, astounding exhibitions and relevant heading I will rate Channo with three and half stars.













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