Do Dooni Panj Preview: Punjabi Mania presents before the full preview of upcoming Punjabi movie named ‘Do Dooni Panj’.
In which will be director Harry Bhatti’s fourth Punjabi film, ‘Do Dooni Panj’ will hit the big screens on this Friday, i.e., January 11. The trailer of the movie was released three weeks ago on the official YouTube channel of White Hill Music. At the time of writing this article, it has received in excess of 5.5 million views on the same platform.
Do Dooni Panj will be singer-turned-actor Amrit Maan’s second movie as a lead actor. Isha Rikhi, who was last seen in Gippy Grewal’s ‘Ardaas‘, will be seen after nearly three years in the Punjabi industry. She will play the lead role opposite Maan in the movie.
Apart from the lead pair, the movie stars an ensemble of actors in Rana Ranbir, Karamjit Anmol, Sardar Sohi, Harby Sangha, Nirmal Rishi, Rupinder Rupi, Malkeet Rauni, Tarsem Paul, Gurinder Makna, Preeto Sawhney, Nisha Bano, Sanju Solanki, Navdeep Kaler, Jaggi Dhuri, Sukhi Patran, Jatinder Suri, Harj Nagra, Divas, Ishpreet, Pritpal Singh Pali and Manjeet Singh.
There is no hiding to the fact that the movie promises to be an authentic and rare content-driven movie in the Punjabi film industry. Do Dooni Panj gives the impression of asking the question of what exact role does the educational qualification or degrees play in the overall grooming of an individual in India?
In a country like ours, where plentiful youngsters struggle to get a job despite being educated, the subject is most likely to be relatable for all those youngsters. Given the subject is a matter of concern for the youth, one expects it to allure the right age group of audiences.
While all of it looks good on paper and in the trailer, how the narrative unfolds on the celluloid will only be known on this Friday. If Bhatti and Maan pull this off, it is likely to be added as a highlight in their individual careers.
Having co-produced Ardaas, music composer and rapper Badshah has produced the movie under the banner of Apra Films. The movie has been promoted in a different manner with respect to other contemporary Punjabi movies. Whether that will affect that business of the movie or not will be only be known in the days to come.
Do Dooni Panj will receive competition at the box-office from Aditya Dhar’s ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’, Vijay Gutte’s ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ and Shravan Kumar’s ‘706’. That being said, the movie is expected to do better in East Punjab.
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