It’s time when the audience in Punjab would no longer hail Binnu Dhillon only for his comic characters. With Bailaras, he has proved how versatile of an actor he is and given a chance, can pull off any role assigned to him.
Family entertainer movies are seldom fast paced which often tests viewer’s patience but that’s where director Ksshitij Chaudhary deserves an applause. Being a simple family entertainer, Bailaras will keep you glued to your seat for its gripping storytelling and character driven performances.
Jagga, played by Binnu Dhillon, is a devoted family man who is deeply attached to his vintage tractor Bailaras thanks to which he always wins the local tochan competition. Karma, played by Dev Kharoud envies Jagga and desperately wants to beat him in Tochan in his desire to acquire Bailaras.
Even though the first half of the film is a tad slow wherein the director focuses on Jagga’s love life, he picks up the speed in second half and unfolds story in a simple yet captivating manner. Karamjit Anmol and Nirmal Rishi look refreshing in their characters.
This story of a simple man fighting the world in pursuit of his dreams will certainly move viewers’ heart and resonate with them for a long time.