MOVIE REVIEW – JOGI :  Bollywood Melodrama Of Diljit Dosanjh’s Film Undercuts The Tragedy Of 1984 Riots

Much awaited and Diljit Dosanjh starrer movie Jogi in now streaming on Netflix. Jogi is Written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.This movie is based on true events of 1984 when Indian prime minister Indira gandhi was killed by Her Two sikh Bodyguards. After this incident india’s Capital Delhi turn into a burning red state. Where jogi aka Diljit dosanjh and his family get caught in some critical situation. And jogi has to handle the situation while saving his family and his community.

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Direction: No need to mention that Ali abbas zafar has already set good remarks in his direction experience. He already directed movies like Gundey, Sultan, Tiger Zinda hai and Bharat. This movie is based on true event so Ali Abbas took care of every single minor to minor details of the story and made it with perfection.

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Visuals : This is a story of 1984 delhi riots where whole delhi was on fire. This story requires all the mishaps to be portrait exactly like burning house, shops, streets, vehlicle and people. To make story more realistic its visuals played very crucial part. Visuals are very precise according to the story which is must.

BGM & Songs : BGM and Songs of jogi are quite functional. Bgm is very impactful which connected audience to the story. Shelle and Raja ranjodh’s lyrics are well suited for the story. However there is limited songs which is good and didn’t disturb the pace of story.

Story and dialogues : Story of Delhi based punjabi sikh families who faced the tragic incident in their living town and how they survive this. Its all very well implemented through story and its dialogues. And this department is also handled by Ali Abbas Zafar with Sukhmani Sadana.

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Acting : As a lead Diljit Dosanjh played jogi’s character very beautifully. He took care of every single detail of this character. Specially when it comes to his turban and hairs according to sikhism beliefs he portrayed very deep emotions through it. On the other hand Bollywood Artist like kumud mishra, Mohd. zeeshan Ayyub, Hiten tejwani, paresh pahuja and amyra dastur played very strong character very brilliantly.

Conclusion: Jogi is sensitive drama very well handled by Ali Abbas Zafar. Considering its story to Artists and drama this is worth watching movie.

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