Today, we have 2 big movies being released Muklawa & Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh. We’ll first talk about Muklawa. Muklawa movie is in news ever since people got to know its star cast. We are talking about Ammy Virk & Sonam Bajwa. Both of them have started from where they had finished. We are talking about the hit Nikka Zaildar series.

In the old days, it was a ritual of not sending a bride to her husband’s house directly after marriage. They had to wait for some time which is known as Muklawa.

Muklawa Movie Review

Almost all the audience have loved the movie a lot. They have loved the pairing of Ammy(Shinda) & Sonam(Taaro). Ammy showed his expressions & acting skills very well according to his character. They have shown old rituals of Punjab in the movie. This movie is set against the backdrop of the pre-partitioned era. They are giving 5 out of 5 for the movie.

The movie is well directed. The screenplay work is awesome in the movie. The cinematography is also pretty good in the movie.

The music production is average in the movie. The production is average in the movie. The editing work is pretty weak. The song “Patiala suit’ isn’t shown in the movie though this song has been loved a lot.

This movie has been directed by Simerjit Singh. The producers of the movie are Gunbir Singh Sidhu & Manmord Sidhu. The movie also stars Gurpreet Ghuggi, BN Sharma, Karamjit Anmol, Sarbjit Cheema, Drishti Grewal & Nirmal Rishi. BN told during the promotion of the movie that he was the real hero of the film & by watching him in the trailer we can’t deny that.

If you want to check out the trailer of the Muklawa movie, do click here:

This movie’s worldwide release has been done by White Hill Studios. You are all going to love the Punjabi movie Muklawa for sure. The content in the movie is good. The end of the movie is not that well presented. The feel that this movie gives goes a little slow.

We at give this movie a 3 star.

About Jaskaran Singh

Jaskaran Singh is a passionate and young Punjabi writer. He loves to write on entertainment, cricket, listening music & wrote articles for Att Manoranjan also.