Phillauri acquaints us with an average Punjabi wedding family unit. Along these lines, you have a daadi who doesn’t worry about her ‘Patiala peg’ notwithstanding when the check strucks 9 in the morning and obviously there must be heaps of ‘naach-gaana’. Our dulhe-raja is a Canada returned 26 year old Kanan (Suraj Sharma) who is good to go to bring the seven pledges with his youth sweetheart Anu (Mehreen Pirzada).
Shockingly, Kanan is soon found to be manglik and needs to marry a tree before strolling down the path with Anu. ‘Manglik ki shadi paed se sharpen ke baad sab kashton ka subterranean insect ho jaega’- the crystal gazer reasons it out to him. Along these lines, Kanan is offered to a tree in Phillaur and the family gets once again into celebratory state of mind. In the interim our kid begins creating chilly feet before the D-day leaving his to-be lady of the hour in trouble. To add more to his misfortunes, there imprints the section of Shashi (Anushka Sharma), his apparition lady of the hour from that tree-wedding who has a tragic love story of her own with Phillauri (Diljit Dosanjh) that goes back to 98 years prior. Will Kanan, a man conceived under the unfortunate star prevail with regards to helping Shashi to finish her incomplete romantic tale?
Anshai Lal makes his directorial make a big appearance with Phillauri and nearly prevails until the moderate paced portrayal comes into the photo. While the two romantic tales run parallel and are delightfully interlaced, one wished there was some more meat in the written work. The film begins off with a blast and is sprinkled with dosages of simple funniness and one completely appreciates the sensational minutes.
Gradually, some serious sepia-conditioned sentiment leaks in through Anushka-Diljit’s track and that is the point at which you begin understanding that time has without a doubt backed off. Be that as it may, the greatest disappointment is the fussing peak that looks very silly and all of a sudden your upbeat recollections of the film begin vanishing in thin air.
Suraj Sharma as Kanan, the befuddled soul confronting quarterly life emergency pulls off his part with genuineness and makes the film a blustery watch. Anushka Sharma’s spooky demonstration is far unique in relation to what we generally get the chance to find in Bollywood film. She conveys a sincere demonstration however tragically neglects to safeguard the watchers from weariness in the moderate paced scenes.
Diljit Dosanjh as the Sufi artist with an Iktara in one hand and alcohol in alternate wins over the hearts with his layered execution. Mehreen Pirzada indicates guarantee yet doesn’t motivate much to convey excepting a scene or two,
Decision: This rom-com shows at least a bit of kindness of gold. Unfortunately it breaks excessively early abandoning you with a disappointing feeling by the end. The soul is in the ideal place yet the people blunder.