Story: ‘Mummy Punjabi’ is the story of Baby, a new age urban Punjabi mother, who is an entertainer and knows how to strike a balance between tradition and progressive mind. The story rooted in Chandigarh, shows Kirron Kher’s unique love hate relationship with her husband, her special bond with her kids and neighbours. It showcases how Baby, in due course of time, maintains her intensity and humour, even when she faces unnecessary and painful challenges in her life. Review : ‘Mummy Punjabi’ tries to tickle one's funny bone, by presenting a ‘New Age Mother India’ with grandeur and humour, but fails in its attempt. Except Kirron Kher, none of the characters have been etched out properly to leave a considerable mark. The plot is extremely chaotic and lacks any basic storyline. The over dramatic and melodramatic mannerisms of all the actors becomes irritating and the climax is unintentionally funny, though extremely inspiring. Not one scene in this cinematic rubbish comes close to making any sense. Star Cast : Kirron Kher with her ‘New Age Punjabi Mom’ avatar seems perfect with her looks, mannerisms which make her extremely hilarious, but fails to impress as the storyline lacks punches. Jackie Shroff is a total waste and does not quite suite the role of Kirron Kher’s admirer. Kanwaljeet gets a blink and miss role and is unable to make any significant contribution to the film, as he is snubbed by his wife Kirron Kher in the major part of the movie. The only character that stands out is firebrand Divya Dutta, as a bitchy snitch maid. Except Kirron Kher, none of the actors gather momentum. The story proceeds with all other actors showcasing their outrageously bad acting skills. Direction : Debutante Director Pammi Somal’s concept of a ‘New Age Urban Punjabi Mother’ is refreshing, but her direction is flawed to some extent and is unintentionally funny. The concept of stereotypical mother's transformation from a melodramatic iconic mother to an entertaining ultra glamorous mom is new, but lacks the correct punch. The attempt would have gained accolades if the storyline was packed with funny moments and had some sort of clarity. Dialogues/Cinematography/Music : The comic gags have been attempted to tickle funny bones, but are extremely brainless and the dialogues utterly funny. Kirron Kher’s continuous effort to speak perfect English is irritating at times. Cinematography is nothing remarkable and technically, it has nothing to offer. Music by Aadesh Shrivastav deserves some accolades as the Punjabi bhangra and Gurdaas Mann are successful in adding little life and melody to the movie. Ups and downs : Nothing sums up ‘Mummy Punjabi,’ better than a brain-numbing movie with a mayhem stirring family drama. Add to this, outrageously bad acting by the supporting cast. This one's not recommended at all.