Manje Bistre Stole everyone’s heart – Punjabi Movie Review
Baljit Singh Deo is the director of this Punjabi Movie Starring Gippy Grewal and Sonam Bajwa.Manje Bistre has released in theaters on April 13 and got positive response from all type of audience.
Manje Bistre is family drama with the dose of Romance. Movie plot make this film very different from the other Punjabi Movies. we can see our traditional Punjabi wedding feel in this film. Sukhi (Gippy Grewal) is busy in his sister’s marriage. then he meets Rano (Sonam Bajwa) and fell in love with her. Does Rano also fall in love with her ? you should must watch this movie to know more 🙂 😉
Manje Bistre is written & produced by Gippy Grewal. When the trailer was released all people could relate to with their real life. Right from the opening scene, it will make your day. first half is full of comedy you are going to enjoy this completely and in the 2nd half the romantic portion begins. overall movie story is very up to the mark and interesting. Recent Punjabi movies of this year has not made the good impression. But after Rab Da Radio this flick is making a history in the Punjabi box office.
its not an easy task to manage a big star cast. Baljit Singh Deo have done his job in very great way. All characters have done good job. Actors Karmjit Anmol, Gurpreet ghuggi, Anita Devgun, Jaggi Singh, BN Sharma, Rana Ranbir, Sardar Sohi, Sara Gurpal and Hobby Dhaliwal are also assets of the movie, say the audience and critics.
Music of the film has been composed by Jassi Katyal (Jay-K) with Jayson Thind. All tracks are good to go. audience loved the music.
Rating – 4.5/5 (****/*****)
First Week Earning of this movie
According to Filmfare report :-
The film opened to a fabulous collection of Rs 2.25 crore on Friday. It’s strong hold on the box-office continued over the weekend as the film minted Rs. 2.18 crore on Saturday and Rs. 2.59 crore on Sunday. Thus making a total of approximately Rs. 7.02 crore. The long weekend courtesy Good Friday worked in the film’s favour at the ticket windows. According to reports, the film is a hit on international waters as well. In Australia it made Rs 75. 83 lakh, in New Zealand it collected Rs 21.81 lakh and in UK the business on opening day was Rs 25.52 lakh.