The couple divorce even before the birth of their child because the wife has her own desires to follow. A single father then went to look for his son’s mother and friend. What follows is a beautiful demonstration of feelings through various figures, of a father and his son, between a man and a woman, and finally between a woman and her son.
Honsla Rakh Movie Review 2021
REVIEW: Organized in Canada, Honsla Rakh starts backward as Yenkey Singh (Diljit Dosanjh) has the opportunity to meet his ex-wife, Sweety (Shehnaaz Gill). As Sweety wants to know why Yankey never remarried, the story goes back to the beginning of their marriage and the sequence that led to their divorce, even though Sweety had Jenkey’s baby. Shehnaaz, who plays the role of a young woman who loves prominence, has come out of the skin of the giggling woman you saw in ‘Bigg Boss’. Embracing the splendor of the fashion designer, Shehnaaz exhibits a quiet demeanor, both in her attire and at persona.
When he writes about a married young man working with his nose to keep his wife and future child well cared for, Diljit is convincing. And when his wife goes out of her way to follow his passion, the real struggle of a single parent who has a job to worry about, earns her respect on many levels. Despite years of sharpening his art, one feature Diljit brings to this film is his simplicity. Without letting any of the player’s problems of his experience get in the way, simple desi Yenkey, Diljit proves why he was the only one who could do justice to the actor who needs to convince the audience of the challenges of playing the absurd single father and making strenuous efforts. in remarriage.
The second part of the film begins with the note of separation from Shehnaaz and the hot entry of Sonam Bajwa as Yenkey makes a prophetic idea of how the world is going on (referring to Shehnaaz remarried), while waiting for her turn. The film finds another place where Sonam enters, that of natural splendor. This is also the point at which the director, Amarjit Singh expressed his opinion and kept the account seamless. As the characters are refined throughout the film, Sonam grows attractive and with her number added to the character Jasmine, yoga teacher Yenkey is determined to seduce her with her fit and fit body.
The main character in the film is Honsla, the son of Diljit, played by Shinda Grewal. The son of actor Gippy Grewal, although this is not the first time Shinda has come out as a child actor, in this film Shinda gains hearts through her hard work, without losing the purity of a seven-year-old child. Continuing to help her father in pursuit of Jasmine, though still hidden from her eyes, Shinda is one of the leading heroes of ‘Honsla Rakh’. If the bond between father and son is satisfied in the film, Shinda takes on the role of Diljit. The joke is just enough to keep the romantic focus and emotions, and to entertain with its straightforward references.
The Punjabi film Honsla Rakh did very well in its first week as 12.50 crores * entered the box office. Diljit Dinsanjh athlete, Sonam Bajwa and Shehnaaz Gill opened well, showed good growth over the weekend and had some fun days of the week and sign up for healthy feet throughout the week.
The collections lasted more than 1 crore mark until Thursday and that shows that the film is very popular with the intended audience. What needs to be seen though is how the feet stay in the second week, as now Maharashtra is open.
There is not much competition in Honsla Rakh from any Hindi release until November 5th when Soryavanshi arrives, which means the film has a free working time for another two weeks.
After all, Honsla Rakh is not a pan India audience film due to language barrier, so the collections will remain to be placed in the Punjab and Delhi NCR area. However at least in these areas, distributors, exhibitors and theater owners have a lot to be proud of.
Now one is waiting to see more Punjabi films after Honsla Rakh came to the theaters and it would be interesting to see how the audience reacts to these, especially when Hindi films will also be playing on the sidelines.
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