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Jo Bole So Nihaal
Director: Rahul Rawail
Cast:
Kamal Khan, Sunny Deol, Shilpi Sharma, Hopur Mehta, Surekha Sikra
Length:
3hrs 03mins
Film Information:
Contains moderate violence
Release:
6th May 2005 by Leena Entertainment UK Ltd
12 certcamera
Sunny Deol as the lovable constable
Sunny Deol as the lovable constable
This is Sunny Deol's film all the way - full of Punjabi flavour and vibrant colours.
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Nihaal Singh (Sunny Deol), is a local police constable in his village based in Punjab. One day he accidentally sets free a terrorist by the name of Romeo (Kamaal Khan).

He is branded a traitor by the entire village. Matters get worse when the police learn that Romeo is on a mission to kill the President of the USA!

So now the story shifts to New York as the FBI seeks the help of our Punjabi putra (meaning our Punjabi brother). Only Nihaal can identify Romeo, who has many disguises.

On reaching the Big Apple, Nihaal insists to the FBI that he takes him back to India so that he can clear his name.

But the FBI has other ideas - they want Romeo behind bars and on no account would they let this terrorist travel back to Punjab.

So a battle starts between the two - the FBI and the Punjabi constable - as both try to be first to catch Romeo.

And that, folks, forms the basis for this movie which has a strong Punjabi flavour and vibrant colours.

Apart from the action sequences, which are really impressive, this film also has its share of comedy.

Sunny Deol is his usual self in this film, a true Punjabi guy. Newcomer Kamaal Khan is just about OK. Guess he will improve with his acting as days go by.

Overall, this film will do well because it has equal amounts of action and comedy. But most important of all, if you are a Sunny Deol fan, then this film for you!

Reviewed by Manish Gajjar
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