Jassi Gill, Gauahar Khan, B N Sharma, Rana Ranbir, Karamjit Anmol
"Oh Yaara Ainvayi Ainvayi Lut Gaya," is a love-hate-love story which has been nicely directed. The music and the songs are pretty good with Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan chipping in.
The plot revolves around the hero Jassi Gill and Gauhar Khan, the heroine, both equally handsome and beautiful respectively.
It is an emerging trend that Punjabi Cinema adopts Bollywood standards in all spheres. The movie in question is one such example.
The portrayal of the plot is little bit slow and towards the second half one starts feeling as if the plot has hit a roadblock. But nearing the end the movie enters into an emotional drama. It depicts a road accident which injures the hero and the heroine. While undergoing treat at the hospital the duo shows enough love for each other which is sufficient to settle the divorce case filed by the hero. Both unite and reaffirm love for each other.
The element of comedy is noteworthy. Rana Ranbir proves his skill in creating laughter. Many dialogues by the judge B.N. Sharma add to the comic side of the film.
But it is surprising that the cinema hall had around 30 to 40 viewers, all college or school students. Good movies, as the one in question need to attract more crowds.
I rate it as **1/2 movie.