Movie Name: Rabb Da Radio 2 Movie
Directed by: Sharan Art
Starring: Tarsem Jassar, Simi Chahal, B.N. Sharma, Nirmal Rishi, Jagjeet Sandhu
Genre: Drama, Family
Release date: 29 March, 2019
Running Time: 129 Minutes
When Manjinder Singh takes his newly wedded wife Guddi to his maternal home, he is heartbroken to realize that things are not what they used to be 16 years back. Once a close-knit family of his four maternal uncles now had walls not only between their houses but within their hearts as well.
Rabb Da Radio 2 is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi Family-Drama film directed by Sharan Art, produced by Vehli Janta Films and set to be distributed by Omjee Group. It is direct sequel to Rabb Da Radio (2017). The film stars Tarsem Jassar and Simi Chahal in lead roles. In the film, a newly married man returns home and is saddened to learn his extended family has fractured. The film also stars B.N. Sharma, Nirmal Rishi, Jagjeet Sandhu, and Tania in supporting roles.
The film was announced in September 2018. Also, the film is written by Jass Grewal, who wrote the prequel. Earlier the film was supposed to directed by Harry Bhatti but was later replaced by Sharan Art due to his busy schedules. The filming took place in November and December 2018. The additional songs were shot in January 2019. Also, it became the first Punjabi sequel to continue the story.
The film was released worldwide on 29 March 2019.
Rabb Da Radio 2 Movie Review:
There is more than one reason to watch this sequel. To begin with, it starts right where the last installment ended. The innocent chemistry between Tarsem Jassar and Simi Chahal befits the Punjab of the 80s and 90s. And like the prequel, this one too revolves around family ties, values of Punjab in that era, unconditional faith in God and some drama.
If the first part showcased family trouble between Guddi’s (Simi Chahal) father and uncle, and how they reunite, this one is about Manjinder’s (Tarsem Jassar) maternal uncles falling apart. When Manjinder takes his newly wedded wife Guddi to his maternal home after 16 years, he is shocked and upset to see his close-knit uncles divided. The story revolves around how the couple decides to dilute the differences among its estranged family members.
With a subtle treatment, the emotions are pictured well and the supporting cast is as much a strong pillar of this film as the lead pair. Family love, bonding, culture, respect towards elders, romance, sibling revelry, you connect with all these and at times get reminded of your own families back in village.
The simple village life and its many charms, the role of an elderly person who binds a joint family, surely are a delight to watch. But, at the same time, at some points, the pace of the story is so slow that you wait for it to get over. How when the simple minds of parents are manipulated and fall for the big dreams of seeing their child living in the ‘heavenly’ world of another country, what follows is the separation of four brothers. Dividing the house, the farming land, and other assets is the next thing to occur when Guddi and Manjinder enter their lives. Tarsem’s presence is strong and endearing and even Simi’s silliness comes across as a cute act with a tone of overacting here and there. BN Sharma, Avtar Gill, Nirmal Rishi, Tanya, they have played their characters effortlessly and to the T.
This film is a pleasant break from the regular rom-coms or the out-and-out comedies and surely is content driven. There is no melodrama; the songs for a change are situational and when needed groovy too. Just if the pace was a bit faster, it would have been even better.
Rabb Da Radio 2 Movie Trailer:
Rabb Da Radio 2 Movie Songs:
Tappe | Ranjit Bawa Ft Wamiqa Gabbi (Full Song) | Rabb Da Radio 2 | Tarsem Jassar | Simi Chahal
Jattan De Munde – Tarsem Jassar, Nimrat Khaira