Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta, Harby Sangha, Baninderjit Singh Bunny, Pavan Malhotra, Jatinder Kaur
Amarjit Singh Saron
Binnu Dhillon and Sargun Mehta are back again with director Amarjit Singh Saron after the superhit 'Kala Shah Kala' and let's jump straight to what the film has in store for you.,
Ballu (Binnu Dhillon) gets admitted to a mental hospital and the doctors give up on his chances of recovery. Ballu doesn't like being at the hospital at all and somehow escapes and accidentally meets Neena (Sargun Mehta) who is just like him, mentally unstable.
They both fall in love at first sight and decide to visit Neena's house to convince her parents for their marriage. But once he reaches there Ballu and his friends see that Neena's entire family has some mental issues. What happens in the story of Ballu and Neena is after this a fun-filled and delightful tale.
Jhalle is not one of the regular masala Punjabi films rather it takes something different and presents it in such a beautiful way that you have never seen before in Pollywood.
Amarjit Singh Saron's Jhalle starts off on a great note and after Ballu and his friends realize what's actually wrong with Neena's family the film breaks into a laugh riot. He succeeds in presenting the comical and emotional moments with great perfection. The film is engaging from start to end thanks to his amazing writing and direction skills.
Binnu Dhillon and Sargun Mehta are at their best here and deserve all the praise for the stellar performances. They define the title of the film in every scene and keep you hooked till the very end.
Harby Sangha and Baninderjit Singh Bunny are amazing in their characters too and keep giving you continuous comic moments throughout the film. Pavan Malhotra and Jatinder Kaur shine in their respective parts too.
The music of the film is praiseworthy too and the background score supports the screenplay of the film brilliantly.
Overall, Jhalle is a must watch with its different and unique concept. It is Binnu Dhillon and Sargun Mehta's career-best performance to date and has enough crazy and fun to justify and live up to its title. Do not miss this one!