BURRRAAHH REVIEW BY PUNJABI MANIA:
Star cast: Harish Verma, Yuvraj Hans,Mukul Dev, Deep Joshi, Manav Vij, Aashish Dangi, Inderbir Sandhu, Bikramjit Randhawa, BN Sharma, Parul Gulati and Mohit Bhaskar
Director: Sagar S. Sharma
Producer: DIY Entertinment
Music: Gurmeet Singh
Censor Details: U/A (Punjabi)
Review: Jass (Yuvraj Hans) and Velly (Harish Verma) are both college-going boys, who fall in love with Avantika Hundal and Rose (Parul Gulati) respectively. Their odysseys of love make them do many crazy things and finally are compelled to get into the college Bhangra Team. Though they are reluctant to join it in the starting, but eventually become passionate about it. Dutta (B.N. Sharma) does not want them to perform. Their college is sailing in uncertainties of being shut down; a flop show by the Bhangra Team will result in college being locked down. In his attempts to flop the show, he how so ever manages to convince parents of Velly, Jass and his friend, who make sure that their sons do not perform that day by engaging them into some important works.
Will the boys manage to perform in the team? Will they bring back the reputation of their college? And will the college clear the uncertainties of a possible Lock Down?
Burrraahh is a film that speaks about the youth of Punjab. It focuses around the everyday life of the college going folks, from fights to love, from jokes to quarrels and from being non-serious to being passionate.
The movie offers Harish Verma in yet an amazing character, Velly after super successful ‘Jatt TINKA’. He looks amazing on screen, a complete actor. After an award winning performance in Yaar Anumulle, here comes another one. Parul Gulati makes it to the big screen for the first time, and she makes it big. Yuvraj Hans and Avantika Hundal are good too. We expect Yuvraj can do even better than this whereas Avantika had a decent but still a little role. The show stealer here was Mukul Dev who made his Punjabi Debut
This kind of storyline (a film based on Bhangra) is seen for the first time in Punjabi Cinema, so a unique story. The screenplay too is good. Sagar S. Sharma has given a decent direction to the movie. The film doesn’t seem to be boring at any point of time. At no place you find the momentum going down.
Music is the other plus point of the movie. The songs are hitting the charts and making people dance. The compositions are mind mumbling.
The movie has every ingredient of a successful movie, had there been some more minute improvements, it could have been the best of all time. Nevertheless, get ready to rock with Burrraahh this festival season. Get your dancing shoes ready and give it a watch.