A movie par excellence with brilliant actors like Gippy Grewal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Yograj Singh, Meher Vij, and Japji Khaira, Ardaas Karaan is surely going to rock the theatres. All set to release on July 19, 2019, the movie focuses on exploring the generation gap faced by numerous families, where the views of two different generations clashes.
This movie is produced, directed and written by Gippy Grewal, which makes it an exceptional movie for sure. Indeed, the subject of the movie focuses on inculcating family values and divine awareness amongst the younger generation. It is aimed to teach a lesson to the younger generation that they should respect the decision of the elders and understand them.
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Taking note of the story, it revolves around three elderly men settled in Canada with their families. In the due course of time, they realize and feel bad that everyone in the new generation has conflicting views regarding life. They have their own perceptions and refuse to accept the decisions of their elders; rather, they think them to be right at every moment.
On the other note, elderly men think that they should spend quality time with the younger generation and communicate with them. But, all the preparations and tries to go in vain as arguments tend to crop-up. One day, three elderly men decide to take help of Sehaj and Magic to inculcate positivity among young men. For this, they are given only one week.
Now, the twists and turns emerging from the trial to teach values to the younger generation generate an exceptional amount of entertainment in the movie. Now, the question is that will Sehaj and magic will be able to accomplish the task given to them or not? How will they be able to convince the younger generation towards accepting the value of family in life? Definitely speaking, the movie is a lesson to the younger generation and tends to establish their connection with the elderly ones. It teaches that every generation has a right to keep their opinion; but, the decision and views of the older generation should not be avoided at any cost.
Review Of Ardaas Karaan
As you know the film is a sequel of the 2016 hit Ardaas and it stands up for its previous version. The film basically is about three men who are settled in Canada who miss their children.
The whole film is wonderfully written. There are scenes which make you laugh so hard and there are many emotional scenes which make you cry. The performances of all the actors are terrific. Their acting skills have perfectly painted the canvas.
Music and cinematography are top-notch. So all these factors make it a perfect family entertainer. Also, congratulations to the team Ardaas Karaan.
My Rating: 3/5
Here is the trailer of the movie which you can check out before going to watch the movie.
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3 thoughts on “Ardaas Karaan Movie Review And Rating | Gurpreet Ghuggi, Gippy Grewal”
absolutely loved the movie! It touched my heart and made me cry. I will remember this one for a long time to come.
It’s not only about respecting the older generation , it’s about respecting everyone , each individual person as unique regardless of their age , culture or race. It’s essentially about accepting and enjoying life in the moment and not blaming others which I’m sorry to say the older generation are often guilty of! As Magic Singh says ,it’s not about the kids of today as being bad or looking back with rose tinted glasses. It’s about being an adult which means taking the blame when it’s your fault and saying sorry.
The film for me is about accepting life as being wonderful being non judgemental and showing kindness to others and ourselves with God’s guidance and grace.
Gippy has written an amazing story.
Let’s hope this paves way for more of these types of films. Hopefully this will help to create a change of attitude in cultural judgemental and negative thinking which holds each of us back from living our lives to the fullest.