Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi Movie Review

Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
Review for the film " Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi"
Runtime: 2 Hours 00 Minute
Certificate: UA
Released: 15-09-2017
2 / 5.0



The movie shows the fight between the people of Gujarat and Punjab which leads to some comedy situations at the end.


A Gujarati folk who loves his state very much, Hasmukhi Patel ( Paresh Rawal) and another Punjabi folk who is also proud of his state, Guggi Tandon ( Rishi Kapoor) turn into neighbors in a colony, which was made for a famous TV daily soap. Pareshji works hard to move to a supermarket from his tiny general store whereas Rishiji is car mechanic, he sells refurbished cars by himself with a great margin. Pooja ( Payal Ghosh), daughter of the Pareshji falls in love with the son of Rishiji, Monty ( Vir Das). From here onwards what happens, go and watch to figure it out.


Rishi Kapoor barely does his job as a Punjabi-exaggerated character. Paresh Rawal the hyper Gujarati seems like he is not interested in the scenes. Divya Seth and Prem Chopra make come back after a long time on the big screen, and deliver their fresh and crunchy lines. Coming to the screenplay, it doesn't seem to be the strong point of the movie. It brings up daily soap like feel. Songs and the background score are also not impressive. Star Performance Pareshji and Rishiji work as the backbone of the movie, but the script is very poor. So, they can't do anything with that. Prem Copra brings up the curiosity in the middle. Vir Das tries to tickle the funny bone.

What’s There?

  • The fight between the people of 2 states creates funny incidents.
  • Sometimes jokes, and dialogues tries to connect you with.
  • Very little romantic scenes.
  • An urban family drama for daily soap lovers.

What’s not there?

  • In the script nothing is new or interesting.
  • Very poor background score lies during the film.
  • Few of the jokes are finely cracked, but rest of them all went into vain.


Bright color, poor cinematography, old script-all at the end only is going to bore you.