Born To Be King Review: Another movie came into the Punjabi movie’s world relating to mafia and families. In ‘Born to Be King’ Movie Balraj and his journey into confronting today’s youth perplexities in London. Grappling to gain a basic living in London, Balraj has no choice but to join the drug underworld after getting ditched from various places wandering in the need of money.
The movie have perfect combination of Love and Romance with some action and comedy. Overall its a movie which could be watched with whole family this friday. Although the story of film is very much predictable but the way director has conducted the same story is applauding.
Released on 04 Mar 2016, ‘Born To Be King’ features many well known casts of Punjabi movie industry. Directed by Satyajit Puri, features Sonam Bajwa and Ateesh Randev in the leading casts. There are not much centre of attraction songs in the film which is one of the most probable reason of decreasing attractiveness.
The songs in the movie were provided by Satwinder Mazaria, Charlie Hype, Rishi Rich and Apache Indian. ‘Baby Girl’ song have attracted a targeted audience and its one of the most popular song in the last week in Punjab.
The another motive behind release and production this movie besides monetary benefits is to raise voice against the increasing drug mafias grip in the state of Punjab. The film depicts how Balraj will change his ways to live the life after getting caught himself in a situation where he was almost near to his end.
Going through a drug abuse crisis, he decided to make his home country free from drug mafia. Politicians and mafia nexus is the biggest problem in front of Balraj and his Grandfather; the rest of story is focussed on how they would be able to fight the odd situations.
Overall entertainment is 60% and we would give ‘Born To Be King’ 3/5 stars.