’15 Lakh Kadon Aauga’ titled punjabi movie is released today and this movie is breaking the myth that good contents are not presented good through punjabi movies. Well!! This is not the case with this because the meaningful content of movie is presented in a good way as well. Friday Russh Motion Pictures presented this movie is directed by Manpreet Brar. In the leads, there are seen Ravinder Grewal and Pooja Verma in the film and alongside them Hobby Dhaliwal, Rana Ranbir, Khyali, Malkeet Rauni and many more are seen in supporting characters.

Story of the film revolves around Jaswinder Singh played by Ravinder Grewal who is a person whom did not want to do hard work but he believes in smart work. And because of that smart work he stucks into a different thing which is that he turn into a Baba Ji as people easily believe into superstitions. Then how these ways make people fool and how that Baba Ji got stucked into fake political affairs. The story talks about all these things and through them this movie delivers good messages also. Acting of all the characters are appreciable but Ravinder Grewal and Pooja Verma are just outstanding with their expressions. Both have properly played their parts and Ravinder Grewal seems to be promising actor as he do have good acting capabilities.

Film contains good content which talks about Superstitions, Thaggi Thori and False Politicians promises, these all points teach people many things. With comedy, there are many messages also and film also connects the audience with every element but expect the climax because it is lacking on the connectivity with it. Climax is meaningful but has no end, also we can say a sudden end with no depth in it. Technically movie is good as Direction is done well which has binded the elements of the film but it could be more better in terms of Editing, Cinematography and more. Music of film is also good and this contains no commercial element for which we can say that this kind of movie should be watched once by audience.

DAAH Films is giving this film 2.5 Stars out of 5.