5 Highest-Rated Movies Of Diljit Dosanjh, Ranked By IMDb

Farzana Patowari

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Diljit Dosanjh is a true-blue entertainer in every sense of the word.  Besides being a livewire at this year's Coachella, there's more for Dosanjh fans to be excited about. His recent film release Jodi has fared well at the box office, and grapevine has it that there's exciting stuff on Dosanjh's anvil. On that note, we've taken a look at some of his top-ranked movies to watch over the weekend:

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"Punjab 1984" - Rating: 8.3Set against the backdrop of the 1984 Punjab insurgency, Punjab 1984 follows the life of a distraught mother (Kirron Kher), who is in search of her missing son (Dosanjh), The heart-wrenching movie sheds light on the impact of the insurgency in the lives of the common man. 

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"Jodi" - Rating: 8.0In this romantic comedy, set in the 1980s, Dosanjh stars alongside Nimrat Khaira, where the they play two passionate singers striving to elevate the Punjabi folk music scene. Along the way, they not only succeed in their musical pursuits, but also end up as lovers.

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"Udta Punjab" - Rating: 7.7Addressing the prevalent drug crisis in Punjab, Udta Punjab follows the lives of four characters: a rock star, a migrant worker, a policeman, and a doctor. Dosanjh portrays the role of a determined police officer striving to combat the drug menace in the state.

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"Jatt & Juliet" - Rating: 7.5Jatt & Juliet follows the life of a young lad who dreams of marrying a Canadian. However, things take a sharp turn when he crosses paths with a young girl who harbors a dream of studying in Canada.  Their love-hate relationship eventually blossoms into something much deeper. 

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"Soorma" - Rating: 7.3Soorma is a biographical film on the life of hockey player Sandeep Singh. Dosanjh portrays Singh, whose life takes a tragic turn when he gets struck by a bullet, leaving him paralyzed. Despite this setback, Singh displays immense resilience and eventually rises above adversity, only to lead his country to victory.