A romantic tale of a Punjabi jatt and a young lady from another position (a transient from UP), this one experiences the anticipated difficulties, which unfurl on the grounds that in the underlying days of their bond, Tara (Ranjit Bawa) botches Mira (Nazia Hussain), as a Punjabi. It’s a lot later in their affection that he discovers that she has a place with a station his dad (Yograj Singh) detests. Accordingly, these lovebirds have a huge undertaking of getting an endorsement for their relationship by Tara’s dad.
Yograj is contrasted with Hitler with regards to getting related with another position, that too the transients from UP and Bihar. Presently, this sets the plot for the situational parody. Two or three makes plans to make Mira’s family profess to be jatts. Series of untruths, show to cover them, dread of being gotten and, obviously, the Hitler father’s unbending perspective become the account. The excursion is loaded with parody punches, a few exciting bends in the road.
The film likewise shows the overall offensiveness of Punjabis towards travelers living in the state. It’s for this segregation that Mira’s dad also has a problem with to the marriage. In this way, if they get hitched turns into the peak, which is the most vulnerable piece of the story. The changes starting with one event then onto the next, between various dispositions and spaces are poor, albeit the sets and in general cinematography reasonable well.
Ranjit Bawa and Nazia Hussain share screen space interestingly, and their science isn’t too sizzling. For her presentation, Nazia has made a good showing and appears to be agreeable before the camera.
With Tara Mira, Guru Randhawa wears the cap of a maker. Justifiably, one anticipates that the music of the movie should be extraordinary. Unexpectedly, it doesn’t associate the strings, other than the end number where we see Guru close to the credit roll. It has awesome beats and can make you get a move on. If that redresses!
In the supporting cast, Sudesh Lehri, Rajiv Thakur, Anita Devgan, Shawinder Mahal and Ashok Pathak hold the plot well and give sufficient help to the lead pair. Tara Mira has a story yet has equivalent points of failure. Heads up in case you are a sucker for parody or a fanatic of Ranjit Bawa.