Phillauri movie verdict: Anushka, Diljit chemistry worth to watch
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Mar 25, 2017,
Mar 25, 2017, 0:41
As the film stars Diljit in significant role, the movie has started receiving a bulky response from the people in Punjab. Anushka should act in the films she makes, she is much better.
Phillauri is an interesting fun-filled family entertainer, which tells story about a modern guy (played by Suraj Sharma), who can not marry Mehreen Pirzada until he ties the knot with a tree as he is manglik. Last she produced NH10, where her performance was also critically appreciated.
Produced by Anushka's Clean Slate Films and Fox Star Studios, the film hit cinema houses today.
A woman in the audience told us, "Anushka is looking great and once again she has made a brilliant film".
Phillauri introduces us to a typical Punjabi wedding household.
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Talking about the film, Anushka is playing a friendly neighbourhood spirit in the movie. Actor Suraj Sharma, who plays Kanan is a Punjabi boy returning from "guess where" to get "guess what".
Unfortunately, Kanan is soon discovered to be manglik and has to Wednesday a tree before walking down the aisle with Anu.
Shashi used to live on the tree and when Kanan married the tree and then the family chopped it down as a ritual - she finds herself in the world of Kanan not knowing what to do and figuring how she is facing such a predicament.
A day before the release of her new film "Phillauri" on Friday, Anushka Sharma, who is also the producer of the film, got big relief as the Bombay High Court struck down a petition filed by a film production company that the film's story was copied. Once the process is finished, he realised that he along with the tree married to a ghost name Shashi.