Jogi starring Diljith Dosanjh was released on Netflix on September 16. Let's have a look at what the Janta had to say about the film!
Jogi is the story of how an ordinary man becomes a hero. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the story is set in the year 1984, Joginder aka Jogi (Diljith Dosanjh) resides in the Trilokpuri area of Delhi. His sister Heer (Charu Kumar), also lives in the same locality with her husband Tajinder (K P Singh) and their son Prab (Samarjit Singh Mahajan). After the fatal day of October 31, when the former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two of her Sikh bodyguards, things totally turned upside down for the Sikh community. They were wrongfully subjected to hate crimes and had to fight for their survival. Such is the story of Jogi, who hatches a meticulous plan to save his community from getting killed.
Tejpal (Kumud Mishra), the MLA of Trilokpuri who only has the Lok Sabha elections on his mind, orders the massacre of the Sikh community under his constituency. Inspector Chautala (Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub) is expected to help the rioters with the massacre. But he definitely does not believe in following those gruesome orders and instead helps Jogi and his entire community who are seeking refuge in the Gurudwara to escape and go to Punjab which would be the safest place for them. But Inspector Katiyal aka Lali (Hiten Tejwani) an old enemy of Jogi, learns about this plan and what happens next forms the rest of the film.
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