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Jass falls in love with Mahie who wants to marry an orphan, so he lies to her and tells her he has no family, and finds himself in hilarious situations when he has to hide the truth once they get married.
Life is carefree and filled with series of mischievous events for dashing and happy-go-lucky Yuvraj and rocking rebel Gurnoor at the Patiala University, until they are bedazzled by the ... See full summary »
Bambukat, set in 1960, is a story about two sisters. One is a simple girl, Pakko, who's not fair skinned and look dusky, and Sami, who is prettier than Pakko. The story of Bambukat is how Pakko's husband tries to impress his in-laws.
A story of three friends - Guri, Deep and Sher Singh - who are studying in a university and are staying together in the hostel of the same university. The movie explores this very ... 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 life. But as faith brings them together time and time again their hatred for each slowly turns into friendship only to realize its true meaning when they get separated. Will life give them one more chance to prove their love for each other or will they continue to be at loggerheads?Written by
White Hill Production Inc.
The official trailer for the movie featured doodles of characters from the My Little Pony franchise along the corners of the credits shots, specifically the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2010) characters Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle and Fluttershy. See more »
Its hard to understand Punjabi for those who have been away from it for a while. But this movie makes you want to learn again, because how beautifully it uses the language. The main star of the movie is the script.
And next of course is the director---and even though at number three, the chemistry of main stars, their excellent comic timing, and natural dialogue delivery adds to the charm of the film.
This film will be remembered for ages to come, simply for its witty dialogue that are true to the language--Punjabi and take the viewers on a ride filled with laughter
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