Carry On Jatta will be a milestone in Punjabi movie industry. And this claim is not without reason. This movie is in the league of Andaz Apna Apna and Hera Pheri from Bollywood. There are many reasons why this movie is destined to become a cult classic. One, it is not a slapstick comedy; this is intelligent comedy, fraught with witty dialogues. This makes me think how humorous Punjabis naturally are and it reflects in our daily conversation. The movie makes excellent use of the common utterances and transforms them into brilliant lines that will surely make your stomach ache with laughter. Two, the performances given by the actors are plain superlative. Gurpreet Ghuggi is so talented that it's unfortunate that he is not utilized much by the filmmakers. Gippy Grewal does justice to his part, we don't expect him to be Tom Hanks anyway. But the movie's USP is the chemistry between Jaswinder Bhalla and Binnu Dhillon. Binnu Dhillon is the show stealer here. His comic timing is one of the best I have seen (I have seen lots and lots of movies, Hollywood and Bollywood). Jaswinder Bhalla is par excellence. I know he has the gift of repartee and he truly shines in the acting arena as well. B.N. Sharma has a cameo but gives you an overdose of laughter with his funny dialogue delivery. Three, the characters are drawn impeccably. Each character adds to the flavor (SPOLIER: Even an insignificant character called Sarpanch has memorable lines). I generally don't see Punjabi movies (same clichéd stories) but this one is the best to have come from Punjabi cinema in a long time (perhaps Mahual Theek Hai was the last such movie). These guys have put brains in writing the movie. There are no set pieces but rather quick wit takes the helm. If you are Punjabi and you get the hang of rustic dialect, do not miss it. It reminds you of the love your heart carries for your mother tongue. 10/10 for a brilliant effort.