Mar Gaye Oye Loko (2018) Punjabi Full Movie Download
Tittu (Gippy Grewal), a naïve college student is in love with his pretty college mate, Simran (Sapna Pabbi), who begins to revere local goon Gill (Binnu Dhillon). However, after three years when Tittu finally musters courage to propose to Simran, in a fateful turn, he gets taken away to Yamlok in a case of mistaken identity by Yamdoot Hackalchoo (Karmjit Anmol). After realizing their folly, Yamraj (Jaswinder Bhalla) orders Tittu be sent back to earth, in a different body, that of Gill. But can Tittu make use of this second chance to realise his incomplete love story with Simran?
Cast & Crew
Director: Simerjit Singh
Actor, Producer: Gippy Grewal, Binnu Dhillon, Sapna Pabbi, Jaswinder Bhalla, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol
Release Date: 31 Aug, 2018
Mar Gaye Oye Loko (2018) Punjabi Review: ( Full Review Coming Soon )
A dash of experimentation that doesn’t very fireplace imaginations, is however this film is best summarized. whereas the plot of death, and therefore the lifetime in Yamlok may be a 1st for Punjabi cinema, the script lacks conviction and rambles unengaged until it reaches the interval. when delivering a profound biopic like Subedar Joginder Singh, and uproarious franchise of keep it up Jatta, this film dawdles to achieve expectations, from AN actor of Gippy’s stature. It conjointly makes an attempt to moralise on sins of favouritism, corruption etc., that emerge from Tittu’s trip to Yamlok. However, the try is feeble, maybe justifying balance between films as a medium of recreation, which of social messages. Straddling this perplexity prices the film its comic dose because the director juggled his 2 themes. The film is additionally lampooning singers like Sidhu Moosewala’s violent songs, Parmish Verma’s ill-famed shooting incident to bridge this perplexity. The noted 5 of Punjabi comedy- Binnu Dhillon, Jaswinder Bhalla, Karmjit Anmol, BN Sharma and Gurpreet Ghuggi, manage to helm the film’s comic temporal arrangement and raise it resolute its true genre of a romcom. TV actress, Sapna Pabbi (who plays Simran), is simply another pretty addition to Punjabi cinema, utterly towing the precedence of being solely a dolled-up prop to the script. Music, given by Rahar Fateh Ali Khan and Guru Randhawa, saves the day, being refreshing and emotional. If in the least you can’t leave behind the expectations of another comic masterpiece from Gippy, this film can queer.