‘Sargi’ – Movie Review


Sargi Cast: Rubina Bajwa, Jassie Gill, Babbal Rai, BN Sharma, Karamjit Anmol.
Running Time: 2hr 04min
Director: Neeru Bajwa
Producer: Navdeep Singh
Writer: Jagdeep Sidhu
Screenplay: Jagdeep Sidhu

Sargi Review: Neeru Bajwa’s “Sargi” begins in Punjab. Sargi played by Rubina Bajwa, as Punjabi girl she want’s to work at abroad to start her new life but she doesn’t have enough money to traveled the abroad, so she decided to do a ‘sham marriage’ for immigration, and she gets married with Amrik played by Karamjit Anmol and traveled to abroad where she start working at a coffee shop. Eventually, Amrik also starts to fall in love with her. Babbu (Jassie Gill) who truly loves Sargi from his school time, and who never express his feelings to her, met her at his best friend Kaim’s coffee shop.

Kaim played by Babbal Rai who is the coffee shop owner’s son also start to pursue Sargi, ultimately she also attracted towards Kaim, and when Kaim proposes her, she immediately say’s yes. Broken-hearted Babbu returns back to India. But, In the end, she married to Babbu. Why Sargi Married to Babbu? and how she knows Babbu have the feelings for her? This suspense reveals when you watch this flawless love triangle film. The beautiful second half are the highlight of the film.

The adorable sister’s Neeru Bajwa and Rubina Bajwa both makes her debut in Pollywood, one as an actress and other as a direction with Sargi, and both performances were good and convincing, but yes, Rubina Bajwa definitely needs to work a little bit on her acting. Karamjit Anmol performance was unforgettable and BN Sharma was also satisfactory. The film got a positive response from critics and from social media as well.

The story of the film are not just great and perfect but also it is beautiful in their own way. From the start to the ending, I was deeply impressed by Jassie Gill’s soulful, extreme and yes powerful performance. Jassie Gill heart-touching performance and Babbal Rai acting make this film more interesting and special. And, of course, with some of the very funny comedy with BN Sharma and Karamjit Anmol, you will surely get goosebumps. This is one of the year’s best romance films.

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