Jogi Review: Diljit Dosanjh Film Is Honest Depiction of the Brutality Sikhs Suffered in 1984

Ali Abbas Zafar’s Jogi – with Diljit Dosanjh playing the titular role

takes a segment out of the bloody riots to give us an emotion

driven story of how three friends from different faiths help dozens of Sikhs escape Delhi

before order was restored by the Indian Army

It is no secret why the military forces were not called in earlier

and which could have prevented so many deaths and so much destruction

The film, which begins with a burning Delhi, has its moments that follow

 a love story between Jogi and Kammo (Amyra Dastur)

But a misunderstanding leads to her suicide