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Jogi – Review By Chacha Sinri


In the Jogi movie, we were going to see Diljit Dosanjh for the first time without a turban. He was frightened of being liked or disliked. Because creating and displaying the personality of a Sikh wearing a turban the whole life and then abruptly adopting this persona will not draw people from Punjab. But everything happened in favor of Diljit Dosanjh. The audience recognized Diljit’s message, which he tried to show in his Jogi movie. On September 16, 2022, the Jogi movie was made available on Netflix. Based on the riots that took place in Delhi following 1984. How Panjabi survived through those difficult times. Ali Abbas Zafar, who has previously directed well-known Hindi films including Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai, directed the movie.

Diljit Dosanjh’s Jogi Movie Review:

  • We become so engrossed in the story that we begin to believe that we are the ones going through those circumstances. In 1984, it was we who suffered those damages. Punjabi people handled a lot of difficulties at that time. That was shown perfectly.
  • The movie includes a lot of suspense.
  • The movie’s plot is extremely well crafted. However, the conclusion may be improved. As we have already experienced Diljit’s death in his Punjabi 1984 film starring Sonam Bajwa.
  • People of other religions, such as Hindus, would also understand the pain of Sikhs after viewing this film
  • IMBd has given this film a rating of more than 8, however, some other platforms have only given it a 2. We are all quite aware of the cause.
  • Directors added the love angel very perfectly. Well, doing so is very difficult in movies like this.
  • The movie has an excellent performance from Diljit Dosanjh. The entire movie won’t make you bored.
  • Diljit made a wise choice by choosing not to release this film in large theatres because it might be outlawed in as little as one or two days.

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