By Young India
Cast: Jassi Gill, Sagarika Ghatge, Guggu Gill, Binnu Dhillon, Karamjit Anmol, Babbal Rai (cameo)
Direction: Pankaj Batra
Production: Battallion Entertainment & Yuvika Films
Story: Dildariyaan is a story of a father, Ajmer Singh Sidhu (Guggu Gill) and his daughter, Pali (Sagarika Ghatge), who live in a small village. Pali moves to Chandigarh for pursuing IELTS where she meets a guy named as Parwaan Gill (Jassi Gill) who falls in love with her but she seems not interested because her father has found a suitable match in foreign country. Pali tells this to the boy and boy then uses all the tricks to impress the girl.
Review: Dildariyaan is a good mixture of all elements like comedy, love, emotions, relationships, good looking actors, experienced comedians, music but somehow it is still not that which we can call ‘excellent’.
Director Pankaj Batra of Goreyan Nu Daffa Karo & Naughty Jatts fame has done a fairly good job. He gave everyone a fare chance to show their acting skills. The story of the film is not too amazing and not bad either, it seems the film is a mixture of many Bollywood films. It is worth to mention here that dialogues are better.
Moving to the star cast. If you are a die-hard fan of singer-actor Jassi Gill and have been a regular visitor to his films, you will note that Dildariyaan brings acting out of Jassi but in some scenes he is not doing only acting, he is actually doing.. what we called ‘over-acting’.
Sagarika Gill who earlier shared the screen space with King Khan of Bollywood in film Chak De India, acted well in this film. She looks amazing in Punjabi girl’s avatar but she lacks expression. She carries a single expression throughout the film.
Binnu Dhillon as always is loveable and Karamjit Anmol’s punches will tickle your funny bones. Guggu Gill is given a role of a father who loves his daughter from the core of his heart. Whether he has done a soft role but he has done full justice to his character. There is a very interesting character, a small kid, Anmol, who lives with Sagrika and Guggu Gill in their house, makes you smile. Dildariyaan also had a surprise gift for all the fans of Babbal Rai. He has shared big screen with his friend Jassi for second time. (They both mark their acting debut with the same film, Mr. & Mrs. 420). He was seen playing a cameo role in the film.
Dildariyaan has lovely music by Jatinder Shah. All the songs are beautifully written and sung, specially Aazma and Rabb Kise Di Na Todhe.
Overall the film is neither too good, nor to bad. But yes, it is a nice film to watch this weekend.