Directed by: Simerjit Singh
Star Cast: Amrinder Gill, Binnu Dhillon, Ammy Virk, Aditi Sharma, Sargun Mehta, Razia Sukhbir, Sardar Sohi & others
Story Genre: Romentic, Comedy
Duration: 150 Minutes
Entire story of the movie Angrej revolves around Amrinder Gill, Binnu Dhillon, Ammy Virk, Sargun Mehta and Aditi Sharma. The movie reminds about the rural era of Punjab, especially the year 1945 and picturizes a deep down perplexed love story. The movie is shot inthe scenic locations of Punjab and Rajasthan regions, while giving emphasis on the living style of people in old times. The movie depicts culture, society and family life of bygone era while giving an attractive treat to the eyes.
Movie Review :
Pollywood movie, ‘Angrej’ represents the era of 1945 when partners would only come in contact with each other at the time of their marriage only.
Story & Screenplay: Amberdeep Singh deserves applauds for creating such an entertaining story & fantabulous screen play.
Direction: Simerjit Singh did an awesome job with movie direction.
If we talk about star cast performances, Amrinder Gill looks very innocent in his role of an illiterate villager. As always, Binnu Dhillon was so graceful in his short-time role and made his presence worth remembering in the movie. “Ammy Virk” marks his first on screen appearance through Angrej and he played his role very decently.
Actress Aditi Sharma was very expressive in her role of a villager and she falls in love with Angrej. Actress Sargun Mehta fetches all the show in her lap after interval with her really impressive acting skills.
Sardar sohi, Razia sukhbir and Hobby Dhaliwal justified their roles so well with their amazing performances
Music: Angrej is comprised of so many beautiful songs that depicts the village era of 1945’s and the background music spreads a soothing effect.
Overall, the movie is a full-f ledge entertainment package and can be enjoyed with full family.