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'Jogi' movie review: Diljit Dosanjh's intense drama will make you feel the unforgettable pain of 1984 'Sikh genocide'

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'Jogi' movie review: Diljit Dosanjh's intense drama will make you feel the unforgettable pain of 1984 'Sikh genocide'
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'Jogi' movie review: Despite numerous films made on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the exact pain can't be imagined. In the meanwhile, Diljit Dosanjh-starrer 'Jogi' is yet another film based on the 1984 'Sikh genocide'. Diljit Dosanjh is an ace actor and his portrayal of 'Jogi' has once again left an impeccable impact on the audience. ALSO READ: Goodbye movie: Ekta Kapoor breaks down at Amitabh Bachchan, Rashmika Mandanna’s film trailer launch
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'Jogi' movie review: Diljit Dosanjh's intense drama will make you feel the unforgettable pain of 1984 'Sikh genocide' Image Source: Twitter The film is high on emotions and it recalls the extreme pain that the victims suffered during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Recently, Diljit Dosanjh said that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots should be called 'genocide'. Helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film ‘Jogi’ featured Diljit Dosanjh in the lead role. The film is based on the horrific incident of Delhi’s 1984 riots. The film showcases the tale of a resilient friendship and courage during the hard times of 1984. 'Jogi' movie review: Diljit Dosanjh's intense drama will make you feel the unforgettable pain of 1984 'Sikh genocide' Image Source: Twitter Apart from Diljit Dosanjh, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub delivered a very strong performance in Ali Abbas Zafar’s directorial. The film 'Jogi', based in Delhi’s Trilokpuri, shows the wave of anti-Sikh violence in the city after the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on October 31, 1984. 'Jogi' movie review: Diljit Dosanjh's intense drama will make you feel the unforgettable pain of 1984 'Sikh genocide' Image Source: Twitter The film focuses on the character of 'Jogi', played by Diljit Dosanjh, and his courage to make sure his community members escape Delhi while a local councillor and corrupted cops were out to slaughter them for political gain. One can't express the film in words because it's all about emotion; an emotion that can only be felt and not expressed. 'Jogi' movie review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'Emotional tale which can only be felt' 
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