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380. Chal Mera Putt; movie review

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Cert PG
124 mins
BBFC advice: Contains mild bad language

It was as if I had walked back in time 30 years to when I was a reporter for the Birmingham Evening Mail.
The city centre may be beyond recognition but time looks as if it stood still in the suburbs where Chal Mera Putt was filmed.
Janjot Singh's movie may be a tad rough around the edges and pose plenty of questions about illegal immigration into the UK but its central message about resolving Pakistani and Indian differences should be applauded.
Set almost entirely in England's second city, it focuses on men who are trying to combine eking a living with achieving permanent residency status.
It stars Amrinder Gill as an Indian immigrant who is desperate to marry a British citizen so he can stay in the UK.
He falls for his new next-door neighbour (Simi Chahal) but fears that it will be an unrequited but also impossible love because she is not a permanent resident.
Almost inseparable from him is his relative (Gurshabad) who also does myriad jobs while waiting to see if he can qualify to stay.
Meanwhile, they end up staying in the same room with Punjabi-speaking Pakistanis (Iftikar Thakur, Nasir Chinyoti and Akram Udas) who all have the same desire to set up home in the UK.
Initially, there is much merriment around their respective plights and they all muck in together but small jealousies produce cracks in the relationships.
To be fair, it was rather refreshing to see a movie which gives the immigrant perspective on life in the UK.
However, it sheds a rather bad light on those who come to this country with the sole intention of gaining citizenship.
Indeed, one of the potential resolutions is to have a marriage of convenience with a Polish lass who cannot even speak the same language.
And yet the film-makers seemed to be trying to provoke their audience into feeling sorry for the key players because citizenships are not just handed out like confetti.
I was left wondering whether so many people are really allowed to stay indefinitely without having organised a job or accommodation.
Consequently, I felt that Chal Mera Putt makes a laudable effort to say Pakistanis and Indians should put aside their differences but that illegal immigration was a bizarre choice of common ground.

Reasons to watch: The Birmingham backdrop offers something new
Reasons to avoid: New place, same jokes

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 4/10

Did you know? Birmingham has the second largest Pakistani community in the United Kingdom. The 2011 census recorded that there were 144,627 Pakistanis living in Birmingham, making up 13.5 per cent of the city's total population

Final word. Production supervisor, Jarnail Singh: "It is said that artists don’t belong to any religion or boundary, it’s their artistry that matters."

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