Jora 10 Numbaria is the most talked about movie in the Punjabi Film Industry these days. People are looking for a Block Buster movie, as we have not got anything good after the release of “Vekh Baraatan Chaliyan”. “Jora 10 Numbaria” released yesterday i.e on 1st September. The movie is directed by Amardeep Singh Gill and features Sardar Sohi, Hobby Dhaliwal and Dharmendra as lead actors. Other actors that are roped in for the movie are Deep Sidhu, Mukul Dev, Ashish Duggal, Mukeh Tiwari and Mahabir Bhullar.
This movie is a revenge saga that will work in parts. The movie is all about a child named Jora, who has to face hardships as a kid. The scar that his ugly childhood had left on his life made him a dreaded gangster. Reportedly, the movie promised to be explosive and violent from the very beginning. The story moves at an interesting pace, that unfolds the exciting events, one after the other. This movie could be titled as the first film that depicts gangsters in Punjab and how they operate and enjoy a huge fan following. Amardeep Singh Gill as a script writer has magficiently build the story in such a manner that the audiences feel glued to every single frame. Simultaneously, being a director also, he has made the right choices of characters and has given a beautiful shape and importance to each one of them.
Talking about the star cast of the movie. The lead character, Jora is played by Deep Sidhu who was previously seen in a Punjabi Film “Ramta Jogi”. He didn’t do well for the movie. On comparison between debut and second, he has improved a lot in delivering dialoges and had gathered all the appreciation from viewers. We could even consider “Jora 10 Numbaria” as Hobby Dhaliwal’s finest films. Dharmendra did he a small but promising role in the movie. There was no place for the female lead, but still the actress, Kul Sidhu appeared with two-three dialogues which were sheer wastage of time, because this was all about gangsters. The music of the movie is delivered by Sachin Ahuja, Sunny Bawra and Inder Bawra, which is just average. The title track of the movie is sung by Gippy Grewal, appears to be the best amongst the lot.
The movie has some brilliantly execute scenes. It goes with the flow of many twists and turns. Summing up, Deep Sidhu’s portrayal of Jora leaves an impact on viewer’s minds. The film ends with “to be continued” tagline, which makes the audiences to wait eagerly for the next part.