Monday, July 15, 2013

Review of Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad and News about the release

With the release of Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad, the first Punjabi movie from PTC Motion Pictures I have realised that nothing can be more enjoyable than executing a successful on-line campaign.

Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad is a path-breaking movie in the Punjabi Film industry. This movie has raised the bar of expectation among the audiences mind and now the makers of Punjabi cinema will have to get away from the routine and put some thought when they start new projects.

The movie is getting high ratings on well known movie sites like IMDB and BookMyShow and by what we read from various reviews on sites like CitinewsPunjabi GroovesPunjabi Gold  and many others the Movie, it seems, has connected with the audience well. 

I went to see the movie First Day First Show and after the slight glitch of the movie starting a bit late, got completely entertained. I am not a Punjabi movie goer but I have been a big follower of Hollywood and Bollywood. Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad is an attempt to make a Regional film that can be liked even by a person like me, and PTC Motion Pictures have succeeded in doing so.

The songs are good. the plot is interesting the actors have done their job well to the extent that the Support cast itself have been able to entertain in various parts of the movie. The trailer of the movie is nearing 2 Million views and someone on Youtube has correctly commented "Finally the audience will get to enjoy and explore some new amazing talent, Thank god there is no Gippy, no Neeru!!!  The Punjabi film fraternity needs to diversify and show-case variety. I'm actually excited about this new release and I am loving the publicity tactics this team is showcasing, Goodluck :)"

Another major plus with this movie is as mentioned by one Punjabi Movie blogger Rohit, who says "Another biggest positive factor and asset is that the movie has no crude dialogues, no double meaning punches and not even a tinge of vulgarity, which brings it in the category of those rare movies which you can go and enjoy with your complete family."

There are also, as it happens with things that become successful, negative comments and reviews, but if seen closely they look planted due to the use of unofficial imagery and context.
All the stakeholders of Punjabi cinema have got a good reason of supporting and raising the bar with this attempt from PTC however some might be seeing this success as a threat, hence the reactions.

Ever since I started on this full time mission of helping Brands and Companies with Internet Marketing and Social Media success I have been left with little time to work on this blog but this looks like a breath of fresh air...Thanks Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad!

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