Movie Review Sat Sri Akal England

movie review sat sri akal england

movie review sat sri akal england

The singer-actor superstar of Punjabi film industry, Ammy Virk is back with a bang after Nikka Zaildar 2. This time Ammy Virk is here to mesmerize us with his outstanding performance in ‘Sat Shri Akal England’. The much talked about movie also stars Monica Gill, Karamjit Anmol and Sardar Sohi in the lead roles and other prominent actors of the Punjabi Industry. The lead Jodi have been sharing the silver screen for the first time, making it interesting to watch-out for their chemistry.

‘Sat Shri Akal England’ is a romantic comedy full of gags that will make its audience go crazy with the humor. The viewers will love watching the ‘videshi tadka’ to a ‘desi lad’ who is too desperate to fly abroad even after facing a number of rejections.

Fly with Sat Shri Akal England 17 November onwards!

Cast, Crew and other Details
Leads: Ammy Virk, Monica Gill
Director: Vikram Pradhan
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: 17 Nov, 2017

Story-line of ‘Sat Shri Akal England’
Ammy Virk portrays the role of a desi lad in the movie who is blinded by the desperate urge to fly abroad, be it any country. He is refused to visit Germany numerous times. Every time he files an application, he gets his VISA denied. After being refused visa the third time, he decides he will go to England instead of Germany. Fate hits him again as he fails the interview due to lack of proper command over English.

The story unfolds in humor as he finally flies to England, meets Monica Gill and later gets caught by the police for fraudulently entering into England. His attempts to save himself from getting deported saves the entire show.

Songs in the Film
Anything is incomplete without Punjabi music, let alone a Punjabi movie. Sat Shri Akal England, that features two of the biggest Punjabi singers today- Ammy Virk and Karamjit Anmol, is packed with five songs that have already become hits much before the release of the film.
– Jatt da kaleja
– Dhan paani ho jaanda
– Gal theek nai
– Tappay
– Vich videsha de

Our Review
If you’re looking for a bunch of good actors together, this is the perfect deal for you this winter. Ammy Virk’s most anticipated film this year, Sat Shri Akal England has come as a nicely directed and performed movie. Monica Gill as Geet also delivers an applaudable performance alongside Ammy Virk. Their tipsy turvy love story that borrows its beginning from hate and fights is sure to capture your hearts. Apart from the lead jodi, the power-packed veteran actor Karamjit Anmol is outstanding in every aspect of his role. Other actors have also delivered an equally well performance.

The laughter strokes will have you off your seats when you’ll watch scenes like one where Ammy attempts an interview to get visa or one where he actually lands in England. You will not have to wait for another gag to kick in after you finish laughing at one.

The writers have beautifully and meaningfully weaved the rom-com with the best of twists and punches. The actors combined with the writers and director have served us a delicious meal to feast upon. The movie is a perfect combination of romance, drama, comedy and entertainment.

Get ready for a healthy dose of laughter as all gags in the film are on point. All in all, it’s a decent film to watch at the wintery weekend.

We give it a 3.5/5 star rating!

Watch the official trailer


Ammy Virk has shown a considerable performance since his debut film ‘Angrej’ in 2015. Bambukat, Nikka Zaildar and Nikka Zaildar 2 has garnered him much praise and fans as he outshined as a performer in these super hits. Now its time for Sat Shri Akal England to showcase its magic over the audience.
The film has, on its very first day, received an overwhelming response in India as well as abroad. Fans have already gone crazy about the movie which can be witnessed on YouTube where the trailer of ‘SSA England’ has crossed 4 million views.

Be sure to hold on to your seats firmly because Sat Shri Akal England is all set to leave you in splits!

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