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ardaar Ji 2 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Sardaar Ji 2 Sardaarji 2 - Poster.jpg Directed by Rohit Jugraj Written by Dheeraj Rattan Screenplay by Dheeraj Rattan Story by Dheeraj Rattan Produced by Manmord Sidhu Gunbir Singh Sidhu Starring Diljit Dosanjh Sonam Bajwa Monica Gill Jaswinder Bhalla Yashpal Sharma Cinematography Sandip Patil Edited by Sandeep Francis Samar Singh Music by Jatinder Shah Nick Dhammu Production company White Hill Studios Distributed by White Hill Studios Release date 24 June 2016 Running time 145 minutes Countries India Australia Language Punjabi Budget ?10 crore Box office ?24.20 crore Sardaar Ji 2 (previously The Return of Sardaarji) is a 2016 Punjabi comedy film starring Diljit Dosanjh, Monica Gill, and Sonam Bajwa in lead roles and directed by Rohit Jugraj. The film was released on 24 June 2016. It is a standalone sequel to the 2015 film Sardaar Ji. On release, the film rece ived mixed reviews, unlike the prequel which received positive reviews. The film grossed less than its prequel and was declared average at Box-Office. Contents 1 Cast 2 Planning and shooting 3 Soundtrack 4 Reception 4.1 Box office 4.2 Accolades 5 References 6 External links Cast Diljit Dosanjh as Jaggi / Athraa / Satkaar Monica Gill as Soni Sonam Bajwa as Diljot Yashpal Sharma as Teja Jaswinder Bhalla as Pathan Chacha Dev Gill as Diljyot's fiancée Mandy Takhar (special appearance in "Poplin") Amritpal Chotu as Fauji's son Anjana Sukhani as Dr. Teena (Anger management therapist) Planning and shooting After the success of Sardaar Ji, producers decided on a sequel The Return of Sardaarji. The shooting of the film took place in different locations in Australia mainly. Diljit was mobbed by his Australian fans to his surprise when he reac