Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Review, Trailer, Cast and more Details 2022

Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Review – An upcoming Punjabi film, titled Khaao Piyo Aish Karo, would star Tarsem Jassar, Ranjit Bawa, Gurbaaz Singh, Jasmin Bajwa, Prabh Grewal, Aditi Aarya, and Hardeep Gill. Ksshitij Chaudhary directed and Dream Reality Films produced this movie. Under the direction of Dream Reality Films, it is produced. The premiere of Khaao Piyo Aish Karo is set for July 1, 2022.

The Storyline of Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie 

Mitha (Bawa) and Jeeta (Jassar) are cousins who live next door to one another and are constantly competing with one another. As an electrician, Jeeta strives to improve his financial situation, while Mitha tests various methods to gain access to various goods. When Jeeta receives a loan for a dairy farm, the costs begin to rise and there is a lengthy queue of people waiting to receive the funds. He gets into one problem after another, telling a hundred falsehoods to cover up one, out of anxiety over the loan officer who calls. Mitha increases the difficulties in his own unique way.

Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Details 

GenreComedy and romantic
DirectorKshitij Chaudhary
Production CompanyBrotherhood Production
WriterManga Singh
DistributorOmjee star studio
EditingBharat S Rawat
Music byJay K, Pav Dharia, Mix Singh
Budget10 crore
Box Office Collection16 crore
CastTarsem Jassar, Ranjit Bawa, Jasmine Bajwa, Prabh Grewal, Aditi Sharma, Charanpreet Gill, Gurbaaz Singh, Daljeet Sona
Language Punjabi
Release date 1 July 2022 

Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Songs List

Song TitleSinger
ShareekaTarsem Jassar and Ranjit Bawa
Maahi VeTarsem Jassar
PhulkariRanjit Bawa
Wahid RaaviRanjit Bawa
JuttiRanjit Bawa

When will the Punjabi film Khaao Piyo Aish Karo be released?

On July 1st, 2022, “Khaao Piyo Aish Karo” is slated for release in theatres everywhere.

Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Review 

According to this Khaao Piyo Aish Karo Movie Review blog, The humor in the movie is decent, and there are some humorous moments, but the plot wanders off aimlessly. There are Jeeta and Mitha’s love songs as well as those of Jeeta’s sister, which gets a little boring after a while.

The movie provides brief peeks into bigger themes like insurance brokers taking advantage of farmers who are weak, or in the conclusion when important issues like staggering inflation and unemployment are addressed. All of this, though, stands out like a sore thumb since the plot’s inconsistencies have not been properly addressed. 

The music, with the upbeat, folky “Maahi Ve” taking center stage, is what really makes the movie stand out. It is sung by Tarsem Jassar and features music by Mix Singh with Sufi influences. The highly choreographed song, however, feels out of place in the movie’s generally rural atmosphere. The title track, while appealing, features a production design that is not in keeping with the remainder of the movie. Other melodic tracks include “Wagdi Raavi” and “Phulkari.” 

Both the roles of Sundar, who has some of the best lines in the movie, and Ranjit Bawa are funny and outstanding in their performances. Overall, the movie is funny, but it could have been better if the writers had focused more on telling a coherent tale and thoroughly addressing relevant themes.

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