Uda Aida Movie Review: Tarsem & Neeru

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Uda Aida Movie Review: Tarsem & Neeru

Uda Aida movie has released which had lots of expectation coming with it.

Everybody was waiting for Tarsem Jassar & Neeru Bajwa’s movie. Both have conveyed the importance of Punjabi language in a superb way. The director’s work has certainly touched the audience. The Punjabi language has been promoted through this movie. This movie conveys a very strong message with it. We can say the movie has come out with flying colors. The audiences have loved the movie a lot. Most people have given 5 stars out of 5 for the movie. This is a family movie.

Story of Uda Aida Movie

The story seems to be a remake of Bollywood movie Hindi Medium. Hindi Medium was a hit movie. But Uda Aida is quite different from Hindi Medium. This movie is made telling us about Maa Boli Punjabi & also its importance. After listening to fluent English being spoken by other children Neeru wants her son to go to the school where the best English is being taught. The concept of the movie is very nice.

According to UNESCO, the Punjabi language will get extinct in the coming 50 years. This is a major reason why many parents want their child to learn & speak English only. In this movie, it has been shown how parents show concern over their children’s future.

Starcast of Uda Aida Movie

Tarsem Jassar
Tarsem’s work has been loved by all. Tarsem has outshined in this movie over Neeru Bajwa’s acting.
Neeru Bajwa
People have also liked Neeru’s acting. She played her part really well.
Gurpreet Ghuggi, BN Shama & Karamjit Anmol

Gurpreet’s comic timing has been appreciated. BN Sharma’s acting experience always counts. Karamjit Anmol’s talent speaks for himself.

Director of Uda Aida Movie

Director of the movie, Ksshitij Chaudhary has done a great job in handling many characters & bringing them up in the movie. Dialogues of the movie are really good ones.

Jaskaran Singh
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