‘Rabb Da Radio’ – Movie Review


Rabb Da Radio Cast: Tarsem Jassar, Mandy Takhar, Simi Chahal
Director: Tarnvir Singh Jagpal and Harry Bahtti
Producer: Manpreet Johal
Screenplay: Jass Grewal
Writer: Jass Grewal
Running Time: 2hrs 01mins
Genre: Drama, Romance

Rabb Da Radio Review: Rabb Da Radio story revolves around a Manjinder Singh played by Tarsem Singh Jassar who comes from a high-class family and Guddi played by Simi Chahal, a young girl. Manjinder starts wooing Guddi from the first time he saw her, she has two sisters and two cousin brother, but they did not talk to each other. Naseeb Kaur played by Mandy Takhar married to Guddi’s cousin brother. Manjinder already falls for Guddi and want to marry her, so he started convincing Naseeb and wanted her to talk to Guddi family for marriage. Naseeb’s mother in law has objections, and she forces Naseeb to made a false statement about Guddi character. Will Naseeb consent wishes of her mother in law? You need to watch the movie for what happened next.

Rabb Da Radio is a Romantic drama, and we’ve seen same genre movies in every couple of months in Pollywood. However the theme and story of them film which makes it a special one. The story of the film is written by Jass Grewal, who is well known for his great screenplay in Bambukat.

Tarnvir Singh Jagpal and Harry Bahtti, the two debutant directors work is also appreciable, For direction, I will give them 10 out of 9 because they directed such a complicated characters movie and it’s very significant.

Tarsem Singh Jassar acting as a debutant is tremendous (I hardly use that word for a debut actor and actress, and I believe that he gets many roles in upcoming Punjabi movies as a lead actor. Simi Chahal, I fell in love with her acting, her character as Guddi and how she represented herself as a village girl, her acting will make you smile, and you will see what beauty from rural Punjab is like And Mandy Takhar acting is fabulous as always.

Final Words: You have seen everything about Raab Da Radio story has many times before, just in other films. However, the story, theme, dialogue and acting of Tarsem Singh Jassar is the top notch of the movie.

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Rabb Da Radio Review