Netflix’s Jogi Hindi Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Jogi Movie Review: Diljit Dosanjh is a talented singer and actor who appeared in Punjabi movies before making his Hindi cinema debut in “Udta Punjab.” Later, Diljit appeared in a few comedies including “Arjun Patiala,” “Good News,” and “Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari,” but the films didn’t make the necessary money at the box office. The latest film “Jogi” starring Diljit Dosanjh is now streamable on Netflix without first going to theatres. Let’s examine this film in depth to see whether it’s worthwhile to stream it on Netflix.

Jogi Movie Review

Story

In the 1980s, as religious strife increased in India, three friends of different religions came together to try a brave but perilous rescue operation for their neighborhood. They make the life-threatening decision to jeopardize their own safety in order to save hundreds of others who are trapped in the town’s rioting.

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Cast & Crew

Diljit Dosanjh, Kumud Mishra, and Mohd are cast members in the Jogi movie. Zeeshan Ayyub, Hiten Tejwani, Amyra Dastur, Mikhail Yawalkar, Saurabh Chauhan, Sadanand Patil, Neelu Kohli, and Ali Abbas Zafar is the film’s director, and Himanshu Kishan Mehra and Ali Abbas Zafar are its producers. Julius Packiam and Sameer Uddin composed the soundtrack for this film, and Marcin, LaskaWiec, and USC Marcin were in charge of the cinematography.

Movie Name Jogi
Director Ali Abbas Zafar
Music Director Julius Packiam, Sameer Uddin
Producer Himanshu Kishan Mehra, Ali Abbas Zafar
Genre Drama, History
Cast Diljit Dosanjh, Kumud Mishra, Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub, Hiten Tejwani, Amyra Dastur, Paresh Pahuja, Neelu Kohli, Mikhail Yawalkar, Saurabh Chauhan, Sadanand Patil
Cinematography Marcin, LaskaWiec, USC Marcin

Movie Verdict

When a movie is based on a true story, it will undoubtedly resonate with the audience since some of them may have been in that scenario or may have lived it. One such film featuring events and circumstances that would undoubtedly resonate with the Indian audience is Jogi. Despite being only one hour and 56 minutes long, the movie never seems rushed because of the emotional passages that draw us in. The actors excellently portray emotional sequences on screen that are very well written and acted.

Diljit Dosanjh did a fantastic job acting, and his performance will undoubtedly be remembered long after the film has ended. Mohd. Kumud Mishra is a fantastic actor who can handle any kind of character assigned to him, and the actor never disappoints with his performance. Zeeshan Ayyub is another talented actor who is misused in the Hindi cinema industry, as evidenced by his performance once again in this movie. All of the actors, including Amyra Dastur, played their roles as necessary for the plot.

The Jogi movie seems alright technically. The music written by Julius Packiam and Sameer Uddin is appropriate for the scenes and enhances the viewer’s emotions. With a few frames, the cinematography of Marcin, LaskaWiec, and USC Marcin appears alright, but the cinematographers’ overall efforts fall short of expectations. A special mention should go to the art department for their efforts in re-creating the 1980s environment. This film’s production quality is adequate.

The film’s director, Ali Abbas Zafar, was satisfied with the actor’s directing technique and commitment to the storyline without any needless detours.

Jogi is an overall compelling and watchable emotional drama based on real events that will undoubtedly make you feel depressed.

Plus Points:

Actors

Technical team

Direction

Minus Points:

Some issues with the narration

Editing

Rating: 3/5

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