A scramble of experimentation that doesn’t actually fire minds, is the manner by which this film is best summed up. While the plot of death, and the hereafter in Yamlok is a first for Punjabi film, the content needs conviction and meanders aimlessly unengaged till it arrives at the stretch. In the wake of conveying a significant biopic like Subedar Joginder Singh, and entertaining establishment of Carry On Jatta, this film dillydallies to arrive at assumptions, from an entertainer of Gippy’s height. It likewise endeavors to lecture on sins of nepotism, debasement and so on, which rise up out of Tittu’s excursion to Yamlok. Notwithstanding, the endeavor is weak, maybe advocating balance between films as a vehicle of diversion, and that of social messages. Riding this problem costs the movie its comic portion as the chief shuffled his two subjects.
The film is additionally ridiculing vocalists like Sidhu Moosewala’s brutal tunes, Parmish Verma’s notorious shooting occurrence to connect this issue. The well known five of Punjabi satire Binnu Dhillon, Jaswinder Bhalla, Karmjit Anmol, BN Sharma and Gurpreet Ghuggi, figure out how to rudder the film’s comic planning and lift it out to its actual classification of a romcom. Television entertainer, Sapna Pabbi (who plays Simran), is simply one more beautiful expansion to Punjabi film, impeccably towing the priority of being just a dressed up prop to the content. Music, given by Rahar Fateh Ali Khan and Guru Randhawa, makes all the difference, being reviving and heartfelt. On the off chance that at all you can’t leave behind the assumptions for one more comic work of art from Gippy, this film will disillusion. However, for the hell of breathing easy watching anything new, go watch it.