Naukar Vahuti Da Review: High on emotions low on content!
Friday, August 23, 2019 19:50 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Cast: Binnu Dhillon, Kulraj Randhawa, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Jaswinder Bhalla, and Upasna Singh

Director: Smeep Kang

Rating: **

Naukar vahuti Da is a film about family and values ​​of family relationships.

Shivinder (Binnu Dhillon) is married to Neetu (Kulraj Randhawa) and they have a daughter. Shivinder is busy making Punjabi song videos and is unable to devote time to his family. So Shivinder and Neetu's life hits a rough patch and Neetu decides to leave Shivinder and go back to her parents.

But Shivinder misses his family and wants to bring them back. He tries to meet his family but his in-laws don't let him so he with the help of his friend Bhola (Gurpreet Ghuggi) enters his in-laws' house disguised as an aged driver named Satnam. This what forms the crux of the story. How Shivinder win back Neetu's love and trust and patch things up with his family, is interesting to watch.

Though there is not much in the story, the script and screenplay is very ordinary and don't offer anything new, still, the performances of all the actors should be applauded.

Binnu Dhillon with his comic timing is brilliant and he has impressed us with the various shades of his acting capability.

Kulraj Randhawa is back after a very long time and she has once again mesmerized everyone with her performance.

Gurpreet Ghuggi, Jaswinder Bhalla, Upasana Singh all have performed their parts brilliantly.

Director Smeep Kang is a veteran in family comedy-dramas and with Naukar Vahuti Da, he has once again proven his mettle.

Not only the comedy quotient, but the emotional quotient of the film is also very high. The film also explains the values ​​of family relationships.

The music of the film is not something which you can remember for very long.

With a weak script and very ordinary screenplay, the film won't leave a long-lasting impression. The second half of the film could be more short and crisp.

Overall, Naukar Vahuti Da could have been better if there was more emphasis on the script and the screenplay.
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