Vaapsi Movie Review

Vaapsi Movie Review

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Vaapsi Movie Review

Star cast: Harish Verma, Ashish Duggal, Sameksha, Dhrriti Saharan, Mandeep Kaur & Gulshan Grover

Vaapsi has been Directed by Rakesh Mehta and produced by Lakhwinder Shabla, Shailey Arya and Jagmohan Arora.

Vaapsi is not a Typical Punjabi Movie. Vaapsi is a Hear touching story of those youngsters, who left their country after 1984 and moved to other countries. Vaapsi revolves around such youngsters who want to return home.

Harish Verma is playing the role of young Hockey player ‘Ajit Singh’. Bollywood’s Badman Gulshan Grover played the role of Old ‘Ajit Singh’. Movie’s subject is close to heart of all Punjabis. This kind of movies can take Punjabi Cinema to next level.

Vaapsi will bind you till first half. After interval movie will lose its pace, story will fall apart because of melodrama and stretched scenes. Dialogues are ordinary and lack intensity required for this subject.
Harish Verma who is known more as ‘Jatt Tinka’ again proved his prowess as an Actor. This can be called his best performance till date. Gulshan Grover was perfect choice for this character. He takes the character to another level in few scenes given to him. There are many flaws in movie but it’s still an authentic one.
We are not expecting big numbers from BO like Punjab 1984 based on similar subject but we hope this movie will touch heart of audience.

Good Points
Heart Touching Story
Good First Half
Subject of 1984 Punjab

Bad Points
Serious subject
Too much melodrama

Verdict –Vaapsi Movie is one time watch if you like to watch authentic movies based on serious subjects.
Rating 3/5

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