Why did Diljit Dosanjh work in these movies?

There’s no denying the fact that Diljit Dosanjh has had a bright career and has tasted success more often than not. In his sparkling career which has spanned over 6 years now, he has starred in 12 films most of which have been blockbusters. In spite of his intelligent career moves and movie choices, he has made some professional decisions which did not work in his favour.

Here is the list of movies which Diljit Dosanjh should not have starred in:

Saadi Love Story

On paper, almost everything was right with Saadi Love Story that released in January 2013. It had the star power of Diljit, Amrinder Gill and Surveen Chawla. The movie was produced by Eros and Jimmy Sheirgill. Dheeraj Rattan, who had written a number of films before Saadi Love Story, was wearing the director’s hat for this movie. In spite of having all these talented people in cast and crew, the movie failed to create any buzz on the ticket window. Even Jimmy Shergill and Rannvijay Singha’s guest appearances could not save the movie from drowning.

Disco Singh

Disco Singh Punjabi Movie

If we talk about the pluses, then Disco Singh was a huge box office success. The movie opened to full houses and the music was a hit when it released in April 2014. But the core reason the movie has been included in this list is because the movie failed to live upto the viewer’s expectations. Director Anurag Singh and Diljit had raised the bar with some wonderfully made films Jatt & Juliet and Jatt & Juliet 2. Avid fans of the duo expected a similar romantic comedy. But what came across was a poorly written film with a minimal storyline, over the top acting by the entire cast, childish punchlines and overall a weak film.

Mukhtiar Chadha

Mukhtiar Chadha punjabi movie

Thus far, Mukhtiar Chadha has been the biggest mistake of Diljit Dosanjh. Enacting the title role of a Delhi based boy, Diljit did manage to impress one and all by his Delhi trader’s dialect. The promos of the movie generated enough craze that viewers thronged the theatres when it released in November 2015. The movie started off impressively as the viewers enjoyed Diljit’s crazy mannerisms. But half an hour later, the viewers realized that the movie had fizzled out. None of the jokes cracked made the viewer smile, leave aside laugh. The story lost its plot, and the viewer was presented with a half baked product. Mukhtiar Chadha made us realize that an interesting character could not save a movie with no storyline.

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