Arjun Patiala Review

Arjun Patiala Review

Arjun Patiala Review: 2.0/5

Arjun Patiala Summary: The Movie Is About A Police officer Who Defends Against Crime. At The Starting of The Movie, A Police Officer Named Arjun Who Is Not A Responsible Police Officer. It’s A Comedy Movie So Some Comedy Scenes Happened In That Duration Time. After Some Time The Police officer Arjun Met With A Reporter Girl & They Got Fallen Into Love. But The Story Was Not Ended. A Villan Entered In The Movie & The Villan Wants To Kidnape The Police Officer Girlfriend. After That, The Officer Become Responsible & Save His Girl Friend.

Arjun Patiala Review: 

  • The Review Of The Movie Is Negative.
  • User Review 2.0/5(Which Means Low)
  • Experienced Directors Didn’t Give This Movie A positive Review.
  • The Trailer Animation Is Very Low Quality.
  • The Film Is About Action & Comedy But The Action Scenes Are Pretty Much Boring.
  • The Comedy Scenes Are Not So Funny As Well.
  • IMDb Rated The Movie 4.5/10. So Which Is Very Low Rating.
  • Considering All Information This Movie Has Full Negative

Times Of India Rated The Movie: 2.0/5

The Rating Based Description From Times Of India: The movie’s writing, direction, and execution become increasingly childish and pointless in the second half, as it stumbles towards a hotch-potch of a climax. Thankfully, the makers do not resort to cheap, offensive or vulgar humor in a desperate attempt to make you laugh. Film’s music is average except for the peppy dance number ‘Preeto’.

Spoof comedies can be a tricky affair and this one is way too underwhelming to tickle your funny bone for a full two hours.

Hindustan Times Rated The Movie: 1.5/5

The Rating Based Description From Hindustan Times: Arjun Patiala is designed as a movie-within-a-movie, a satire on the ridiculousness of cinematic clichés and done-to-death genres, with cop films as its area of focus. The Diljit Dosanjh-Kriti Sanon film couldn’t have chosen more wisely – there is a lot there to be mocked; or as suits will tell you, it is a low hanging fruit. It is a pity then that the film falls into the same trap, but is far less fun than a Simmba or a Dabangg, or even a south Indian dubbed cop movie – a genre that has kept more than one Hindi film channel afloat over the years.

Zoom Rated The Movie: 2.0/5

The Rating Based Description From Zoom: The only reason, Arjun Patiala misses the mark is because of the writing. Right from the performances, direction to the quirks everything is in check if only the jokes were funny as well. Arjun Patiala is an experimental comedy when it comes to Hindi cinema. Watch it if you are a Diljit Dosanjh, Kriti Sanon or Varun Sharma fan but, go in with low expectations. 

Indian Express Rated The Movie: 1.5/5

The Rating Based Description From Indian Express: But the pizzazz gets lost in this low-rent, tepid attempt at raising laughs. As do some performers who usually add heft to anything they are in. Seema Pahwa as a corrupt local property queen and Ayyub as a knife-wielding thug are wasted. As is Pankaj Tripathi in a blink-and-miss role. By the time it ends, you’ve forgotten the early laughs. What should have been a rollicking Patiala peg turns into a pointless ‘pauwa’.

Rediff Rated The Movie: 1.0/5

The Rating Based Description From Rediff: Kriti in a sari looks as ravishing as Sushmita Sen in Main Hoon Na. And she’s just as good an actor. Ronit Roy, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Suman Pahwa are fantastic! But the characters are let down by Ritesh Shah’s and Sandeep Leyzell’s cliched story. In its attempt to take potshots at everybody — from film directors, producers, reporters, cops and politicians — Arjun Patiala quite doesn’t add up to be the spoof it was meant to be.

Arjun Patiala Full Cast & Crew:

Diljit Dosanjh in the movie: Arjun
Tareeq Ahmed Khan in the movie: N/a
Sunny Leone in the movie: N/a
Rishi Parinja in the movie: Gilli
Kriti Sanon in the movie: Ritu
Varun Sharma in the movie: Onida
Manjot Singh in the movie: N/a
Prabhjyot Singh in the movie: Jeetey
Yogesh Upadhyay in the movie: Danda

Arjun Patiala Release Date: July 26, 2019

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