Jug Jug Jeeyo review 2022

Jug Jug Jeeyo review

Jug Jug Jeeyo review, Everything is fine, which ends well in the Dharma film. Jugjugg Jeeyo is no different.

It’s the kind of glitter and flair you’re used to waiting for, where chaos is laughed at, and brazen battles are intensified,

so that they inevitably drown in the dhol-beat, naach-gaan, and Patiala pin.

A happy song sounds, and we follow well-dressed, beautiful people in their large houses and luxurious interiors for two hours.

Eventually, we walked out with a smile.

Jug Jug Jeeyo Film review 2022

Jugjugg Jeeyo is just such a movie. Ambitious, it sticks to its goal.

We mostly have entertainment, a little amused and hectic in those parts where the pace is fading.

Well, tell dharma-Esq marriage stories again if you can tell. Kukoo (Varun Dhawan) and Naina (Kiara Advani),

Childhood loved ones who eventually get their luxury for the rest of their lives discover after five years of marriage that the relationship can be prickly.

Cracks appear, and the grey and black palette showcasing
their boring daily routine in Canada reflect their mood.

Naina’sNaina’s career has begun, and while she succeeds professionally, their marriage deteriorates.


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Kukoo works at a local pub as a bouncer, and Naina has just been offered plum mail-in

New York, but both must stay a happy couple first because the families at home need time to absorb the shock.

So they decide together that Kukko’sKukko’s sister Ginny (Prajakta Koli) will get married, and they keep their fight private.

As the story moves to Patiala, the fabric becomes bigger and brighter, and nothing less is to be expected.

Director Raj Mehta and screenwriters Anurag Singh, Rishabh Sharma, Sumit Batheja and Neeraj Udhawani add to this masala entertainer all the familiar elements that will
undoubtedly encourage us to surrender.

Bhangra music emphasizes joy; stunning shapes are given,
and loud laughter lets out.

Anil Kapoor, papaji and, Neetu Singh, mummy Ji make things more visually appealing.

Maniesh Paul Gurpreetina portrays a well-meaning, funny hero ka dost (who in this case is also a heroine ka Bhai) quite effortlessly.