REVIEW: Muklawa Is A Sure Shot Winner At The Box-Office. Read To Know Why?

by Monita Sharma

[h4]The much-awaited production by Whitehill Studios, Muklawa has finally made it to the theaters and the expectations that got built before its release through its various songs and promos have been successfully met as well. Read to know why thinks that the movie can be the next big thing at the box-office![/h4]

 1. Ammy Virk and Sonam Bajwa: This extremely good-looking and talented duo has been rocking since their Nikka Zaildar days and the comfort that these two real-life buddies share with each other can be easily gauged from their chemistry on-screen. In Muklawa, however, Sonam’s innocence gets complemented by Ammy’s quirkiness in a whole new way raising the movie to dizzying heights of success. Their innocent chemistry is praiseworthy and it’s interesting to watch how this today’s actor duo has been so successfully able to display the simplicity of the bygone era so well. Muklawa is certainly a treat to watch for both Sonam and Ammy’s fans. 

2. Music: All Muklawa songs came out chartbusters much before the release of the film. Whether it’s ‘Kala suit’, or ‘Gulabi Paani’, the songs of this multi-starrer period drama have been composed in such a way that they will remain fresh forever. 

3. The simple yet interesting story: One word to summarise the story of Muklawa is “Sweet”. The film manages to make you laugh effortlessly even with its simple dialogues. Thanks to the beautifully written screenplay and top-notch performances by not just the lead but the supporting cast as well. 

Just a simple tale of a husband struggling to meet his wife, is what Muklawa is all about. For meeting his own wife before the ‘Muklawa’ ceremony, Shinda (Ammy Virk) dons various disguises and plays different tricks just to get a glimpse of Taro (Sonam Bajwa), his wife.

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4. Direction: Simerjit Singh is known to be a master of Period dramas. He was the first one to bring forth a superhit period film – Angrej in 2015 and since then his expertise in the field has only got better. In Muklawa too, he tries his best to weave a simple story with an aim to acquaint the young generation about the ancient Punjabi culture. Even the supporting cast e.g. Karamjit Anmol, Gurpreet Ghuggi, BN Sharma, Karamjit Anmol, Sarbjit Cheema, Drishtii Garewal and Nirmal Rishi, contribute heavily in telling a story of Punjab of the bygone era. 

So, it’s the combined work of the director, the lead and the supporting cast, the music composers and of course the production house which released the film on a huge scale allover the world, that make Muklawa work and shall help it become one of the biggest blockbusters of all times. 

[h4] Rating: 3.5/5 [/h4]

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