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Juggy Sohal

Juggy Sohal is a writer from Bedford, who having achieved a BA in English and FIlm/Television at Brunel University in London, has been looking to make a name for himself in the writing world. Being a film and television fanatic, he has written many scripts in his spare time ranging from short films to sitcoms and one day hopes for his work to be played out on the big screen.
Juggy Sohal is a writer from Bedford, who having achieved a BA in English and FIlm/Television at Brunel University in London, has been looking to make a name for himself in the writing world. Being a film and television fanatic, he has written many scripts in his spare time ranging from short films to sitcoms and one day hopes for his work to be played out on the big screen.


Articles by Juggy Sohal

From bestsellers to blockbusters: the biggest and best book-to-film adaptations

By Juggy Sohal April 3, 2015

Juggy Sohal analyzes some of the most successful book-to-film adaptations, and explores the reasons why they’ve been so successful. With the recent release of Insurgent, adapted from the Veronica Roth-penned Divergent sequel, Hollywood continues its successful streak of turning best-selling books into popular movie franchises. And it’s no wonder studio executives are turning to novelists for inspiration behind their […]

“The Duff” resurrects the teen comedy

Juggy Sohal reviews the new teen comedy The Duff, based on Kody Keplinger’s book of the same name. Starring Mae Whitman as the titular “Designated Ugly Fat Friend”, it feels like a fun mix of Juno and Mean Girls. The early 2000s used to be crowded with teen movies after American Pie fever took over, but lately […]

Do comedies deserve more awards attention?

By Juggy Sohal February 2, 2015

When awards season comes around every year, the list of films honored is usually dominated by biopics, dramas and period pieces. Juggy Sohal wonders: do mainstream comedies deserve awards, too? When you are picking a film to watch at the cinema, a light hearted, laugh-out-loud comedy is often a good choice, always providing ninety minutes of entertaining viewing […]

Do musicals appeal to men?

By Juggy Sohal January 1, 2015

John Travolta and Olivia Newton John became household names thanks to their iconic roles as Danny and Sandy in the ultimate musical film Grease. Over 35 years after its release, it is still widely recognized as the classic musical movie; there have been plenty of releases aiming to take the title away but nothing has quite […]

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