All Sonam Bajwa Movies You Need To Watch

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The Indian film industry has always been known for its stunning actresses, and one name that truly stands out is the gorgeous Sonam Bajwa. Her stunning beauty and charismatic on-screen persona leave admirers swooning every time. In this article, we’ll take a look at all Sonam Bajwa movies that you should be watching soon.

Sonam Bajwa has enthralled audiences with her remarkable performances in numerous movies. Her on-screen presence and versatility have earned her critical acclaim and a dedicated fan base. Her movies make us laugh, and think about society and have been an inspiration in many ways.

Here is the list of movies from her bag that are must-watch, along with this they are the ones that have contributed to the Punjabi cinema industry in one way or another.

Best of Luck

Best of Luck is one of the most appreciated movies of Punjabi cinema in which, personalities like Jazzy B, Gippy Grewal, and Simran Kaur spread their magic. Sonam Bajwas also played an important role in the film, even though this was her very first movie in Pollywood cinema.

Punjab 1984

This can be called the best movie of Sonam Bajwa opposite Diljit Dosanjh in a leading role. The movie has got the highest ratings all over the world. The film takes you to the most difficult times when the state, Punjab was struggling through its very difficult phase.

Sardar Ji 1 & 2

Sardar Ji 1 is a film that promises to entertain you well through its novel and innovative script and storyline. It revolves around the love triangle performed amazingly by the cast.

Sardaar Ji 2 (previously The Return of Sardaarji) is a comedy film starring Diljit Dosanjh, Monica Gill, and Sonam Bajwa in lead roles. It is a standalone sequel to the 2015 film Sardaar Ji. On release, the film received mixed reviews, unlike the prequel which received positive reviews

Nikka Zaildar 1 & 2

Nikka Zaildar is a romantic-comedy tale starring Sonam Bajwa opposite Ammy Virk and it was the best chemistry ever seen. The story will take ups and downs which will make blasts of laughter on every minute you watch it.

Nikka Zaildar 2 is also a Punjabi romantic comedy film starring Ammy Virk, Sonam Bajwa, and Wamiqa Gabbi as the main lead roles. It is the second installment of Nikka Zaildar and is not a sequel to the film Nikka Zaildar.

Manje Bistre

One more movie with a lot of comedy in it, Gippy Grewal was seen with Sonam Bajwa in the film. This comedy film is the best movie of Sonam Bajwa from 2017. The movie involves romance along with comedy in it when many other characters are introduced during the time.

Super Singh

Super Singh was also one of those films which got the attention of the audience, and the movie became the 2nd highest-grossing movie of the year. Starring Sonam Bajwa, Pawan Malhotra, Rana Ranbir, and Diljit Dosanjh, this movie was loved by the audience.

Carry On Jatta 2 & 3

Carry On Jatta 2 is an Indian Punjabi comedy film that is a sequel to Carry On Jatta. It broke several records at the box office including the worldwide opening weekend record, opening day, and opening weekend records in various countries. The story revolves around Jass who’s keen on emigrating to Canada. He then pretends to have family, which sets into motion utter chaos and confusion.

Recently released Carry On Jatta 3 after becoming the highest-grossing Punjabi film worldwide has now taken the record in India as well, surpassing its predecessor Carry on Jatta 2. The plot revolves around Gippy Grewal’s character and his shenanigans whilst trying to get married to the woman he loves, played by Sonam Bajwa.


The film is based on the post-wedding custom when a newly-wed bride is taken back to her husband’s home for the first time.

Jind Meriye

The story of the movie revolves around a love-soaked couple played by Parmish Verma and Sonam Bajwa as Yadi and Rehmat. Shot in Punjab and Glasgow, this story ends on an expected note.

Guddiyan Patole

Guddiyan Patole is a light-hearted film that had the capacity to make our eyes wet in some places while overall it played in front of us like a cool breeze. Sonam Bajwa and Tania play sisters who live separately as their parents are divorced. This is basically the pivot of the entire film, their parents’ marriage, and the divorce.

Ardab Mutiyaran

The script has a refreshingly good storyline and funny dialogues. Snuck in, not forcibly but effortlessly, are social messages about gender equality, and superstitions in the name of babas that propagate regressive thoughts.

Sher Bagga

A great connection for modern audiences, the story is revealing, yet shy of any visual boldness that may bring blushes while watching it with elders in the family.

Jind Mahi

A lively and mischievous girl from rural Punjab, Laado bumps into self-brooding, UK-born and bred Harry aka Harnarayan in London. The vivaciousness of Laado rubs off on the sullen Harry and he falls in love with her even though he is engaged to another girl in London, Samreen. However, this love story doesn’t have a happy ending, not because of Samreen, but because of destiny.

Godday Godday Chaa

Godday Godday Chaa delves into the myriad ways in which societal norms and toxic masculinity shrivel the lives of women, suffocating them and denying them the ability to just be themselves. However, this is a more light-hearted, entertaining take on the issue.

Sonam, the epitome of grace and beauty, radiates a mesmerizing aura that transcends the silver screen. With her striking looks and ravishing personality, she has gained an immense fan following in Pakistan as well.

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