- March 25, 2016
- 24.88 crore
Ambarsariya Movie is based on comedy, family, and action released on March 25, 2016. The Ambarsariya Punjabi Movie is directed by Mandeep Kumar.
Ambarsariya Punjabi Movie Star Cast and Story
Ambarsariya Film Story overview
Ambarsariya Movie – A secret agent who is posing as an insurance salesman tries to find an assassin, while also trying to juggle three women.
Diljit Singh lives a dual life as a RAW agent and insurance agent. During the course of the mission, Jatt Ambarsariya meets Jasleen Kaur (Navneet Kaur Dhillon), his boss at the insurance company, and Kirat (Monica Gill), his landlord.In accomplishing his mission, he falls in love with both of them and the same goes for them, resulting in a love triangle. But Ambarsariya, being true to his job, breaks their hearts.
Ambarsariya Movie Production
Ambarsariya Movie is second film of Diljit Dosanjh with director Mandeep Kumar after film Jihne Mera Dil Luteya (also with same producer, Kumar Taurani of Tips). Diljit Dosanjh turned tutor for Lauren Gottlieb and taught her the punjabi language on set. Femina Miss India 2013 winner Navneet Kaur Dhillon revealed that working with Diljit Dosanjh is dream come true for her. The film is shot at different locations in the holy city, Amritsar. Diljit also revealed that the holy city of Amritsar is one of his favourite destinations for movie shooting. Singh Saab the Great actress Urvashi Rautela was first cast in a lead role for the film. but she was not able to, due to date issues.
Ambarsariya Movie Review
Subhash K. Jha in his review appreciated the film. Amann Khuranaa of The Times of India praised the film’s script, describing it as “beautifully penned” and noting that it had “done justice to every character.” Khuranaa also praised Dosanjh’s comic timing, a sentiment shared by Jasmine Singh of The Tribune who wrote, “The actor is like nitrous oxide that spreads a wave of laughter by just saying a word or even maintaining a poker face.” Khuranaa also praised the film’s direction, as did Singh, who wrote, “The director needs a pat for handling so many characters, pretty much in a balanced way.”