Two love stories released on 24th May, 2019 from which one is ‘Muklawa’ and other is ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ which is a modern love story and here we are presenting the Movie Review. Gippy Grewal & Sargun Mehta starrer this film is directed by Karan R Guliani who has before directed Sarvann which failed on Box Office and blame automatically comes on director as he is the captain of ship but after a flop who is given ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ is Karan R Guliani.

Story of the film is about @ChandigarhWali played by Sargun who came to Amritsar to said no to that person who has said yes to get married along her by only after watching her photo but she doesn’t want to get married to a person about whom she do not know anything. At Amritsar she met a typical #Ambersaria boy played by Gippy Grewal and now how she spent her one day with that person and how she said no to that person with whom she is not interested to get married is all about the story. This is just a situation of one day which carries many elements from comedy to love.

Acting of Gippy Grewal is felt complete in this film from his last released ones as he has done a great job in ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ and on other side Sargun Mehta is amazingly fitting in her character. They both have entertained the audience way too much and other than them there was Bollywood actor Rajpal Yadav who filled the comedy and also there was Dilpreet Dhillon in film but only in 2-3 scenes.

Positive aspects of this film are that ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ is that change in punjabi cinema for which audience have always demanded for. Locations of Amritsar in the film are taken and shown beautifully which are eye candy to watch. Scenes and sequence of the film are really complimenting each other and also dialogues are very catchy which are written by Naresh Kathooria. Technically ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ film is strong and we hope this team will keep us giving movie like this always.

DAAH Films is giving ‘Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh’ 3.5 stars out of 5