Punjab Nahi Jaungi (2017) is a Urdu movie. Nadeem Beyg has directed this movie. Mehwish Hayat,Humayun Saeed,Saba Wasim Abbas,Ushna Shah are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Punjab Nahi Jaungi (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Mehtab Khagga and his family have had generation old ties of love and friendship with Bebojee and her family despite them belonging to 2 different worlds. Fawad Khagga, grandson of Mehtab Khagga, falls in love with his beloved Bebojee's granddaughter, Amal. He vows to win Amal through the sheer strength of his love. What follows is a test of love, friendship and family and Fawad's ultimate quest to bring Amal with him to Punjab.
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I was a little hesitant taking my entire family to watch this movie but the movie came as a total surprise full of comedy, entertainment and delivered some really strong messages. Loved the dresses and songs in the movie. Each and every character justified their role. Dialogue delivery was astounding. I would definitely recommend to all movie lovers to go and watch this delight in cinemas.
Punjab Nahi Jaungi (PNJ) one of the best movies ever produced in the history of Pakistan's Film Industry. The movie is not only a source of fun and pleasure but also an indicator to social problems like alcohol consumption, post marital relationships, gender equality and divorce. Apart from this, the character of Bebo Gi, perfectly promotes support for love, for language and for nationalism. However, Mehtab Khagga, the elder of the family, grandfather of Fawad Khagga, is encouraging women empowerment in the country, for a better Pakistan. With humor and love, PNJ brings to limelight the social issues and shows inevitability to eradicate social evils.
MEIN PUNJAB NAHIN JAON GEE . (8.0/10) is not one of those usual romantic films. The clash of cultures, the widening gap between parents and kids, MPNJG tackles it all. At the same time, it evokes some serious feelings at vital points in the story. The movie from its first scene till end is a sure cinematic beauty , as for as camera work is concerned. A top notch cinematography captures a outclass beauty of PUNJAB. Story on the front look seems to be a light comedy but underneath the skin of comics some real story unfolds explaining some very serious issue of our culture in a light but also in a serious manner. The story is about HS and MH, where HS is a typical feudal lord of Punjab while MH , cousin is a western oriented girl comes from London after completing her study. Two distinct cultures having their own flavors come together with a twist. Entry of Wasay in the movie makes story interesting . Apart of great camera work , dialogues also stands out, some serious lines along with some taunting comics really creates a nice combo for any movie goer. After JPNA , Humayun Saeed along with the director Nadeem Baig has done another marvelous job. Both of them needs a pat on their backs. Good music , nice story and a serious message definitely makes MPNJG one of the finest movies from south Asia. From acting everyone delivers a great performance. HS does really proves his acting skills , MH well really a great actor she is, Hurwa Hoccane also plays her role very well, Azfar Rehman (Wasay ) is also very decent, all the supporting cast are simply brilliant. Ahmed Ali Butt I think was underutilized. Some great nice dialogues, a serious underpinning message wrapped in a comedy makes MPNJG definitely highly recommended movie to watch!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Go and watch this movie to HELP our cinema!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There are few films which had power to change the decision of critics and new Pakistani blockbuster Punjab Nahi Jaungi (PNJ) belongs to same category. As a film reviewer and critic I had relinquished the idea of reviewing every film I watch but my faith in writings of Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar forced me to change my decision. He first stumped me as writer with TV serial "Sadqay Tumharay" and this time he completely bamboozled me with water tight script of film PNJ. By and large Khalil-Ur-Rehman is one of the most noteworthy writers of our era who are not less than an asset for Pakistani film & TV industry. His writings with uncanny glimpses of his own life time experiences, carries the essence of soil and culture our overall Pakistani society actually thrives upon and this is the reason his work seems believable to the great extent. Nadeem Beyg the director whom my wife mistaken as film star Nadeem Baig is one few good things which happened in Pakistani film industry lately. He started his innings with ground breaking TV serials like Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat and Pyaray Fazal and now he has scored his second double century with PNJ after giving massive hit like Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (JPNA) couple of years ago. He is raising his stature as an accomplished film director with every film. His ability of extracting remarkable performances wrapped in heavy dialogues and humorous punch liners is one of the kind and singles him out as a director who keeps his viewers engaged in every scene of the film. His ostentatious vision is an element which was missing before but now alleviates Pakistani film industry to another level. There is always a room for improvement but he has raised viewers expectations substantially which does not allow him to fall back. His next directorial venture must be grandeur and visually majestic. Humayun Saeed as a flamboyant feudal grandson Fawad Khagga is as lovable as one can think of. As a film critic I was not a big fan of Humayun Saeed's acting prowess but JPNA changed my opinion and his role as Fawad Khagga in PNJ has increased my confidence on him as the most bankable superstar of Pakistani film industry today. As a typical Punjabi feudal son who loves to use English sentences in hardcore Punjabi accent is nothing but an adorable feature of PNJ. Every time when he responds to any query with "Good Question, Very Good Question..." we hear giggles in cinema hall. His episode of "Help Me Durdana" has already become catchphrase of the year. Dazzling Mehwish Hayat dazzles her viewers again with her intense portrayal of UK returned Amal who has been brought up according to modern standards of the time and the same time trained to carry burden of traditional family values in sophisticated way. Though she does not have any leverage of funny punch liners but she mesmerizes viewers with her beauty in every frame. Casting Suhail Ahmed as Mehtab Khagga the feudal lord and grandfather of Humayun Saeed is a master stroke. We cannot imagine anyone else to play the role of funny but lovable Mehtab Khagga. It seems this role was specifically written for him. PNJ is debut film for seasoned TV actress Naveed Shahzad. The kind of subtle, mature and restrained performance she has given as Beebojee, no doubt she will be among the top contenders to win best supporting actress award next year. Urwa Hocane is amazing as manipulative but naive Durdana. Ahmad Ali Butt who charmed us in JPNA does not have much screen time in PNJ but whenever he appears he spreads same persona which we used to experience in times of Rafi Khawar aka Nanna. Other actors like Waseem Abbas, Saba Waseem and Behroz Sabzwari have done satisfactory job. Much credit to be given to cinematographer of PNJ who has done splendid job and made every scene of the film an eye candy. Likewise team of Sahir Ali Bagga, Meesha Shafi, Sheeraz Uppal and Farhan Saeed has done remarkable job in music department by giving melodious numbers of the year. On the whole, Punjab Nahi Jaungi is not a film but an EVENT of the year and it will be crime to miss it. PNJ has already claimed the title of BLOCK BUSTER in Pakistan and outshines Indian films like Baadshaho and A Gentleman in UK and European markets. The kind of response PNJ is receiving all over it will not be an exaggeration to claim that Punjab Nahi Jaungi (PNJ) would have earned INR 200Crores easily if it would have been released in India. Indian distributors this is your miss.
Just returned from Cinema and enjoyed from beginning to end. Huge loud of Applause for Nadeem Beyg and the whole team. Finely crafted Jokes throughout the movie. Despite the fact that the role of a Punjabi guy was quite challenging but as usual Humayun Saeed's acting was superb. You will get to see Dance performances which are rare in Lollywood movies. If you liked "Jawani Phir Nahi Aani" then "Punjab Nahi Jaungi" is definitely a Must Watch.