Jindua Cast: Jimmy Shergill, Neeru Bajwa, Sargun Mehta
Director: Navaniat Singh
Producer: Vivek Ohri, GS Dhillon, Harsimran Dhillon, Ashok Yadav, Buta Rehill and Vikas Kwatra
Writer: Dheeraj Rattan
Running Time: 2hr 17mins
Genre: Drama Romance
Jindua Review: The movie focuses on Karma played by Jimmy Shergill who traveled to Canada to settled their, where he falls hard for a Punjabi girl named Saghi played by Sargun Mehta who is studying in Canada. Ultimately Saghi also falls in love with him but Karma wants a Canadian Visa and wants to settle in Canada. He finds an another Punjabi girl Eesh who has career ambition in singing and wants to become an aspiring singer. Eesh’s father had a desire that she married a guy who is from Punjab. Karma starts wooing Eesh and she also got a feeling for him. After completing studies
After completing studies Saghi returned back to India. Will karma married with Eesh for a permanent Canadian Visa or he returned back to India for a girl he truly loves, I don’t really wanna tell you movie ending that’ll spoil the fun. You need to watch the movie for what happened next.
What I really loved about this movie is Jimmy Shergill character as Karma, he delivers a very protagonist role. Neeru Bajwa performance as always good and delightful and the film’s supporting cast Rajiv Thakur performance was also good and satisfactory.
The story of the film is written by Dheeraj Rattan a well-known Punjabi writer and director, the screenplay was also played by him. What I hate about the Pollywood is every year we’ve seen same boring love triangles story numerous time on big screen. Sargi which was released last month has the same type of story. However, Jindua story was bit different and has a cute heartwarming love story.
The first half of the film is very good and eye catching but after climax, second half seem to be bit boring. Ending scene of the film will leave a lasting impression on us and that is the most enchanting scene of the Jindua.
Final words: It is an adorable movie with soul, wisdom, pleasing, charm, love and honesty. It is simply outrageous and one of the best love triangle films in Pollywood till date. I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five.