Chhalle Mundiyan is a drama about Pammi and Jassi, who are searching for each other . The film is a family entertainer and a one-time watch .
Story about Chhalle Mundiyan: The story follows Pammi (Ammy Virk), who has returned from Canada after living there for five years.He's searching for Jassi (Mandy Takhar), the girl he loved before leaving for good.After Sunil Puri's last romantic film Sadi Gali Aaya Karo (2015), will things and their friendship last all this time, or will everything change, resulting in the main storyline?The drama Chhalle Mundiyan, which is set in Punjab, focuses on Pammi and Jassi, and the misunderstandings that motivate the drama's dramas of turmoil and chaos.Pammi is married to a Gori mem (foreigner) and has a child with her, according to Jassi, which causes confusion.Pammi, on the other hand, believes that Jassi has passed away and is now happily married.Their marriage is forged with several people due to their perplexity.Will Pammi and Jassi be able to overcome their differences and reconcile, or will they marry their suitors due to their mistakes? The story could have been made much more interesting by using better-drawn characters and more humour.However, the one-liners are funny, and the film contains amusing moments of fun, chaos, hope, and love that viewers will remember.It is obviously predictable, but the film keeps you interested in the unfolding drama.Although it's become a little more difficult to determine who loves who, who wants to marry whom, and who will actually marry whom, Ammy Virk handled Pammi with utmost ease. Mandy Takhar's portrayal of Jassi is both believable and convincing.She is dazzling in every way.Karamjit Anmol's character, who wants to marry Jassi, introduces humour.The rest of the cast has performed well, including Kulwinder Billa, BN Sharma, and Baninder Bunny.Overall, Chhalle Mundiyan lacks anything new, but Pammi and Jassis' sweet romance steals the show.