Buddha Gujjar shows the strength of injustice, where a simple farmer is pushed by the c behavior of the landlords to a situation demanding powerful retaliation from the worker at fields. Of course, Syed Noor begins to unfold his story with a very different hue than mast d others in the game, and keeps his individuality in place, despite strong influences of the commercial Punjabi cinema. It is the mastery and vision of Syed Noor that has made Buddha Gujjar create an impact not possible for other violent actioners like the hits from Sangeeta or Parvez Ran even Masood Butt. They fade away in memory because they have no everlasting images, ant made just to earn quick money by exploiting the emotional potential of the oppressed masses; Syed Noor makes Punjabi films, which will always hold sway. The cast of the film is the usual of a Syed Noor's movie, including Saima, Shaan, Resham, Tariq Shah, and Shafqat Cheema. Only Yousuf Khan, who plays the title, is an added attraction.