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Jai Mummy Di (2020) 1h 43min | Comedy | 17 January 2020 (India)Director: Navjot GulatiWriters: Navjot GulatiStars: Sunny Singh Nijjar, Sonnalli Seygall, Supriya PathakSummary: Jai Mummy Di is a light-hearted family comedy that portrays the trials and tribulations a couple has to undergo due to the dynamics between their respective mothers.Countries: IndiaLanguages: Hindi
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Movie Details :
- Full Name: Jai Mummy Di
- Language: Hindi
- Released Year: 2019
- Size: 400MB
- Quality:480p pDVDRip
- Format: Mkv
Movie Info :
Two warring neighborhood families face a moral dilemma when their kids fall in love with each other.
Punnu (Sunny Singh) and Saanjh (Sonnalli Seygall) fall in love, break up and then again fall in love two weeks before their wedding, which is on the same day because their respective mothers won’t let go the opportunity to rub each other the wrong way. The mothers, played by Supriya Pathak and Poonam Dhillon, are college friends-turned-foes. Apparently, they share some dark secrets.
Whatever happens in between forms the crux of Jai Mummy Di, which is a typical ‘how the Delhi Punjabis behave’ sort of a film, even if Sunny Singh hilariously points out, ‘We live in Ghaziabad and not Delhi.
They have to be named the Bhallas and the Khannas because why not? Though Gulatis, Malhotras, and Oberois could have worked as well. What else is Bollywood if not a stereotyping factory!
Getting back to the story, well, there’s none. Even if there’s one it’s not more than what we have already discussed. Promised as a sweet little film with a couple of rehashed Punjabi hits, Jai Mummy Di never actually takes off and gets dull right after the ‘dhinchak’ songs finish. Waiting for fun in between songs gets tedious.
Though there are some funny one-liners they aren’t capable of sustaining our interest for long. Navjot Gulati’s film must have looked better on paper.
The only thing worth attention is Sunny Singh’s earnestness. Despite being given a limited range, Singh has tried his best to make the character as flowery as he could.