Film Review : Son of Sardar

Son of Sardar

November 13th, 2012

CAST: Ajay Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Juhi Chawla, Tanuja, Vindoo Dara Singh, Mukul Dev

DIRECTOR: Ashwni Dhir

Don’t mess with a Sardar.

That’s the message that Aswini Dhir’s Son of Sardar, tries to engrave in you, repeating itself overtly and covertly throughout the film. Dhir puts the Sardars at the fore-front and center in this ludicrous action-comedy, rendering them as the large-hearted and fearless heroes, capable of performing all kinds of logic and gravity defying stunts.

Ajay Devgan stars as Jassi Randhawa, a guy living in London who is visiting his hometown Punjab to inherit his property, after the death of his father. But little does he know about Balwinder Sandhu (Sanjay Dutt), who is all set to kill Jassi, to avenge his brother’s murder in the hands of Jassi’s father, 12 years ago. Unknowingly, Jassi befriends Balwinder’s niece (a energetic Sonakshi Sinha) on the train journey home. Jassi  remains safe as long as he’s at the Sandhu home, because Balwinder and his bloodthirsty nephews won’t lift a finger on a guest.

To read the full review : Son of Sardar


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