Ammy Virk's latest movie, "Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi", is an uproarious Punjabi comedy that unfolds within the confines of a middle-class family. The talented Punjabi actor Ammy Virk leads the family, and Jaswinder Bhalla plays his father. The story of Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi begins with the family's amusing attempts to get rich quickly, including arranging a fake MBA degree for Happy and insisting on a large chunk of dowry for his marriage.
Binnu Dhillon, who plays Ammy Virk's elder brother, adds to the chaos with Jaswinder Bhalla; they form the funny trio that brings sheer madness to the plot. The film Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi cleverly uses classic comedy elements like witty dialogue, exaggerated reactions, and amusing situations.
The Punjabi actor Ammy Virk, displaying his comedic talent, navigates the challenges of balancing his greedy father's demands and his love for Pooja, played by Punjabi actress Jasmin Bajwa. Ammy Virk's character captures the emotional struggle of being a dutiful son torn between family and his love for Pooja.
Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi movie is a debut for Punjabi actress Jasmin Bajwa. As Pooja she embodies the sweet and beloved girl-next-door role with ease. Her natural acting hints at a promising future in the Punjabi film industry.
The most loved comedian Punjabi actor Binnu Dhillon plays the loyal son in Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi who is caught between his father's greed and his love for his brother Happy, brings his energetic charm, playing a pivotal role in sustaining the film's humor. As Binnu Dhillon's wife, Mahi Sharma adds a precise yet impactful touch to her smaller role, raising many severe questions and keeping humour as the shield.
Watch this latest Punjabi movie, "Gaddi Jaandi Ae Chalaangaan Maardi" on Chaupal from 11th January and enjoy how the story follows Happy and his family's comedic adventures as they try to fix the chaos caused by the new red car's mishap. Watch it with your family, and you will love the thought-provoking twist that the film ends with and the social message of discouraging the practice of accepting and giving dowry.