Jai Mummy Di
Sunny Singh Nijjar, Sonnalli Seygall, Supriya Pathak, Poonam Dhillon, Danish Husain
Jai Mummy Di is a light-hearted family comedy revolving around two mothers and their kids. What follows is how these kids deal with their mommy issues, which leads to utter chaos. The story moves a bit after Interval, but the irrational and childish scenes do not take the movie to any conclusion. Puneet (Singh) and Saanjh (Seygall) have a problem. It’s not that they aren’t quite sure of each other, he more than she. It’s that their respective mummyjis, Laali (Pathak) and Pinky (Dhillon) are sworn enemies, and will die before they let their offspring tie the knot.
very very good comedy by the all characters full entertaining movie, nice songs, good story, good concept also.. all the very best guys, a movie we can watch with family and friends
Skip this film! A brilliant actor like Supriya Pathak is wasted completely. This film is so pointless, that even a blunt pin is sharper than this. Go watch Tanhaji again if you have already because Jai Mummy Di is intolerable
Pretty good movie with a sensible story and a debut director. Navjot sir .. our one of the best direction workshop was with him. The direction is good. Overall movie is average so I give 3.0 stars out of 5
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