Carry On Jatta 3, directed by Smeep Kang, tries to cash in on the success of its previous movie but fails to deliver the same level of humor and entertainment. The first film in the series made Gippy Grewal a star and put Punjabi cinema on the map, but this new installment struggles to capture that same magic.
The story takes place in London, where Jass, played by Gippy Grewal, falls in love with Meet, played by Sonam Bajwa. However, their path to happiness is blocked when a disagreement between Meet’s uncle and Jass’s father arises, resulting in a decision against their marriage. Determined to overcome this obstacle, Jass, along with his friend Honey (Gurpreet Ghuggi), comes up with a series of crazy plans to win over his love interest.
Unfortunately, Carry On Jatta 3 heavily relies on the same kind of humor that worked in the earlier movie, making the experience feel stale and repetitive. The comedy feels forced, with predictable jokes and exaggerated situations that don’t really make us laugh. The story becomes confusing as Jass and his friend Goldie start telling lies to hide their initial deception, creating a chaotic mess that feels artificial and unrealistic.
Despite having talented actors like Jaswinder Bhalla and Nasir Chinyoti, Carry On Jatta 3 disappoints due to weak writing and underdeveloped characters. The dialogues lack cleverness and depth, and the characters feel flat, failing to connect with the audience on an emotional level.
The film struggles to find its own identity and doesn’t live up to the standards set by its successful predecessors. While some fans of the series may still enjoy the familiar humor and characters, the movie fails to offer anything new or innovative. It misses the chance to bring something fresh to the franchise and leaves the audience wanting more than recycled jokes and a predictable plot.