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Binnu Dhillon plays a gang leader who has a heart problem. The doctor recommends him to get a new heart transplant. Unable to find any healthy donor in his gang, due to some sort of a ... See full summary »
Rabb Da Radio is a family movie that revolves around family problems, love, hate and much more. The story of the movie, Rabb Da Radio will take you to Punjab during the 80s and 90s. It ... See full summary »
Jatt is a mischievous lovable sort of a guy whilst Juliet is the typical Punjabi modern day girl. Sparks fly when their paths cross on their way to Canada due to their different outlook on ... See full summary »
Dharti is produced by Darshan Singh Grewal, J.S. Kataria and Jimmy Shergill, and stars Jimmy Shergill, Surveen Chawla, Rannvijay Singh, Japji Khaira, Prem Chopra, Rahul Dev, Binnu Dhillon &... See full summary »
The hilarious Punjabi movie by the King of Satire!
Mahaul Teek (Theek) Hai, meaning 'the situation is okay', is a Punjabi satire on the police force in India. The movie was mostly shot in the beautiful city of Chandigarh in North India. It is a typical story of boy (played by Smeep Kang) meets girl played by (Chandni Toor), sings a few songs, runs around trees, boy fights with the villains, and in the end good prevails over evil. The hero's father, played by Raj Babbar, is involved is an illegal businessman. Kulbhushan Kharbanda as heroine's father is cheated of land by his own brother and the story revolves around their lives.
The villain of the movie is (mis)director and satirist Jaspal Bhatti, who plays the fictional corrupt SSP police officer. He would abuse his power to threaten the people and also to hide his own excesses. However, every situation which should seem serious, is actually filled with incessant jokes and splitting humour which are Bhatti's trademark. Bhatti's wife is played by his wife in real life, Savita Bhatti.
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