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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Yamla Pagla Deewana review: A Hindi movie of Deol family

The biggest and most-awaited film of the year, Yamla Pagla Deewana, is going to be released on 14th January 2011. This upcoming comedy-drama has been directed by Sameer Karnik. Besides giving direction, he jointly produced the film with Nitin Manmohan under the banner of Top Angle Productions. The theatrical trailer was released on 5 November 2010.

Movie goers’ people can see the whole Deol family coming together once again after the success of Apne back in 2007. Legendary Bollywood actor, Dharmendra, and his two sons Sunny and Bobby Deol are the main attraction of this film.

The title of this film has taken from a song “Mein Jat Yamla Pagla Deewana” of movie Pratiggya stared by Dharmendra.

Cast and crew:-

Dharmendra as Dharam Singh

Sunny Deol as Paramveer Singh Dhillon

Bobby Deol as Gajodhar Singh

Kulraj Randhawa as Saheba

Nafisa Ali as Maa

Anupam Kher as Joginder Singh

Johnny Lever as Jeweller

Puneet Issar as Minty

Emma Brown Garett as Mary

Sunny and Bobby Deol play the male lead roles while Dharmendra plays the role of their father. For the female lead role, not a familiar actress has been chosen. Kulraj Randhawa will play the female lead role. Emma Brown Garett will be seen playing the role of Sunny Deol’s wife.

Review:-

The story of Yamla Pagla Deewana tells the story of a man who is searching his family that got separated from him. Paramveer Singh Dhillon played by Sunny Deol is an honest NRI working as a bank loan recovery agent in Vancouver, Canada. He lives with his mother, his Canadian wife Mary and two sons.

When his mother decided to give divorce to her husband because of their personal problems, one night suddenly her husband took the younger son and disappeared. To find his father and younger brother, Paramveer Singh Dhillon decided to go back to India.

Both father and younger son live in Banaras and they are biggest con-men here. They make people fool and take the advantage of their foolishness. Dharam has been adored by women of his age because of his good personality and style, but he doesn’t believe in love. His younger son, Gajodhar played by Bobby Deol has same habits like his father but he gets nervous in the company of women.

It will be funny to see that how this family comes together through comedy of errors.

The music of this film is composed by Pyarelal, RDB, Nouman Javaid, Anu Malik, Sandesh Shandilya, Rahul Seth, and Sanjoy Chowdhary.

The interesting news is that Dharmendra has written one of the songs of this film. It is yet to be known which one he has written.

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