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Jodi review: Diljit Dosanjh's film is a good one-time watch

The chemistry between Diljit and Nimrat Kaur works well

Jodi review: Diljit Dosanjh's film is a good one-time watch
Jodi - Diljit Dosanjh, Nimrat Khaira.

Last Updated: 10.00 PM, May 06, 2023



Sitaara wants to become a singer but nobody is giving him an opportunity. He then paves his own path with Kiran Jyot.


Jodi commences in the most unusual way - with swans swimming and boys running around fields. A mysterious incident is how the film commences.

Hardeep Gill's entry as Ustaad ji is good. He comes before Diljit gets an entry.

The film takes you back into the past for a little too long, even if the scenes switch almost instantly. From fun, the movie gets dark.

Diljit Dosanjh is finally introduced to the film as Sitaara, half an hour since the movie commenced. He is hilarious as always, in bits-and-pieces.

Nimrat Khaira's introduction to the film is as sexist as they come. As Kamal Jyot, she is made very feminine and in a sense that men crave for her, apart from her emotional aspects.

Diljit and Nimrat's first meeting, as expected, is romantic. Our romantic hero is smitten with her beauty.

Their romance is what works best with the movie. It is almost the sweetest love story.

Jarnail Singh has a powerful entry. He is surrounded by guns. However, he has a cameo in the film.

The movie is about the ups and downs in the music industry. Diljit tries his best to bring in the laughs and succeeds only to an extent.

The music does not help the film. It makes the scenes more dramatic than required.

The focus of this film is on Diljit. It is almost as though Nimrat's character does not matter.

A gun sequence is added to the film. This could appear as a rewind to Sidhu Moosewala case.

The mystery keeps deepening and you wonder what is happening. However, there are many hints including talks about how the kind of songs crooned.

Of course, the mystery eventually unveils and is one of the good things in the film apart from the romance.

The cinematography works in most scenes with Jodi. The movie switches from leads to scenes of nature.

The last scene, of course, is a twist. It is, in a way, a tribute to Moosewala.


Jodi starts off as an average film. The movie does not have an out-of-the-blue concept. The romance between actors Diljit Dosanjh and Nimrat Kaur is very much the better things in the film. The mystery in this movie comes as a surprise and we’re not sure if it is a pleasant surprise. This is a one-time watch.

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