The recipe for laughter is up and running! A perfect blend of laughter, drama, dialogues, storyline and direction, Jattu Engineer is in cinemas today and makes its mark on the very first day itself. With the opening scene, the movie welcomes the audience to the world of chaos- the messy village of ‘Tatiyakar’, the life of whose dwellers makes you wonder, laugh and disgust at the same time.
So who is the hero, the saviour? Who will turn their world around? Meet the protagonist, the man himself, the handsome and smart Jatt Headmaster, aka Jattu Engineer, Mr Shakti Singh Sisodia. He chalks out the plan to be one amongst the villagers and change their lives for good. And then comes the character who loves to laugh and make others laugh by “Thuk Laa Ke”, the mischievous man, Sghaint Singh Sidhu. His antics are full of fun and frolic, making the audience fall off their couches laughing hard, his uncontrollable demeanor and humorous ways that are world apart keep you rolling right from the beginning to the end. These two characters that are poles apart eventually set the stage for a massive change in the village. But wait, who is that villain in the village who does not want this progress to happen and how does the headmaster deal with him? The Sarpanch that can kill with his English and his goons are absolutely against the development and as the movie unfolds, we see how the protagonist deals with it.
This movie is a neat and clean family movie that keeps the audience in splits, along with delivering some great innovative ideas on organic farming, self-development and employment generation. There are many new faces and one cannot help but appreciate their comic timing and amusing expressions. Once again, MSG proves his mettle in this comedy role that is bagging appreciation all around.
The movie bagged 5 Asia Book Records even before its release and is every bit worth watching. So don’t wait, just go and watch the movie of the year, Jattu Engineer, directed by the Father daughter duo Saint Dr Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh ji Insan and Honeypreet Insan, in the cinemas nearest to you.
Source: World Bolllywood