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Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se is an action comedy entertainer directed by Navaniat Singh. The film is produced by Kamayani Punia Sharma and Aarushi Malhotra. Songs are composed by Sanjeev- Darshan, Sachet- Parampara, Vishal Mishra, and D Soldierz. The background score is by Raju Singh. Jitan Harmeet Singh handled the cinematography department and Manish More edited the film. The film has the star cast of “ Dharmendra,” Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Shatrughan Sinha, Kriti Kharbanda, Binnu Dhillon, Johnny Lever, “ Asrani,” Satish Kaushik, Sharat Saxena, Paresh Ganatra, Gurmeet Saajan and Rana Ranbir. The film has the cameo appearance of Salman Khan, “ Rekha,” Sonakshi Sinha and Gippy Grewal.
Puran and Kala are brothers and they use Vajra Kavacha, an Ayurvedic medicine to cure all kinds of diseases. Puran is a kind-hearted person, who wants to help the people, while Kala wants to earn money out of the Ayurvedic medicine. Jayant Parmar, a lawyer, is a tenant in their house, who had been paying the least amount of rent for decades. Meanwhile, Kala falls in love with Chiku, a Gujarati girl and he wants to settle in Canada. What happens next? Did Kala makes money out of Vajra Kavacha and settle in Canada? What is the connection between Parmar and the brothers? Watch the film in theatres!
Dharmendra's performance is good and Sunny Deol had done a good job. Bobby Deol comes throughout the movie than the other two. He had done what is needed for this character.
The director has come with a comical entertainer, but sadly not all the comedy scenes impress the audiences. The veterans Shatrughan Sinha and Dharmendra’s combination scene was pretty interesting. The production values and the technical values of the movie are pretty good. The director should have put some more efforts into the screenplay.
What's Not There?
Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se is a family entertainer and yes, it is a Deol family movie. If you are a fan of the Deol family, you might like this film. However, it could be watched once!
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