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Movie Review – Goreyan Nu Daffa Karo

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It’s been almost one and half years time for Amrinder Gill to be seen in a Punjabi film after Daddy Cool Munde Fool. Although he gave a superhit music album “Deewanapan” in between but he was missed on the big screen.

Goreyan Nu Daffa Karo shows the mixture of two countries cultures and the old enmity in the hearts of Indians with Gore. Read more…

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Double Di Trouble – Movie Review

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The Bollywood He-man, Dharmendra, Showman of the Bollywood, Subhash Ghai’s banner, superstar of Punjabi movies, Gippy Grewal, when you have all these names relating to one project then what better can anyone expect for calling it a dream project.

Dharmendra is making a comeback in Punjabi cinema after a long span of time. So this must be a special film not only for Gippy Grewal & team but for whole of Punjab and Punjabi movies lovers. Read more…

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Aa Gaye Munde UK De – Movie Review

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Manmohan Singh is the man considered to be behind the rebirth of the Punjabi Cinema for his movie like Jee Aayan Nu, Asan Nu Maan Watna Da, Yaaran Naal Baharan and many more. In that long list of reviving Punjabi movies, Munde UK De is one of the most popular films. Now the Legendary director, Manmohan Singh coming up with the sequel entitled as “Aa Gaye Munde UK De“. Read more…

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Movie Review – Yaaran Da Katchup

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A film based on true friendship, that’s what has been said during the promotions of ‘Yaaran Da Katchup’. They say friends go apart from each other when they get involved in the families and some go out of touch completely. Yaaran Da Katchup team states that you will understand the value of friendship after watching this film. Read more…

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Movie Review – Punjab 1984

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Punjab in 1984 suffered what have been the untreatable wounds and everytime the situation comes in highlights, whole of Punjab gets into a deep sorrow. So making films on these topics have also been a two sided coin: one is that the present generation should get aware of what happened in that period and try to stand with the people who are seeking justice and other is that its always going to hurt each and every person who have seen that era. Read more…

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Movie Review – Romeo Ranjha

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Actors jumping around the buildings, flying with parachutes, cars flying here and there, these are the few things which we are use to associate with Bollywood or Hollywood films but first time we are going to see such stunts in a Punjabi movie i.e. Romeo Ranjha.

Romeo Ranjha is the debut movie for the melodious singer Garry Sandhu and the romeo of Punjabi songs, Jazzy B is doing his second as main lead after Best of Luck. Read more…

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Movie Review – Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar

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Gurdas Maan is always been a very realistic artist even in his songs and in his movies. He has always followed one of the two belongings, one is to deliver a social message and other is providing a very realistic content with which people can relate themselves.

Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar is his latest releases film which is produced & Directed by Mrs. Maan (Mrs. Manjeet Maan). Read more…

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Movie Review – Disco Singh

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It is always a pleasure for Punjabi movies viewers to see actors like Diljit Dosanjh and Surveen Chawla, on top of that if the Director is Anurag Singh then there should not be a reason to miss the movie.

In the recent past, the comedy and romantic comedy movies are not touching the audience as well as few years ago. But yet the successful duo, Anurag Singh and Diljit Dosanjh have decided to come up with a rom-com movie and it’s not the Jatt & Juliet 3, it’s Disco Singh. Read more…

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Movie Review – Kirpaan: The sword of honour

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In the last few years of Punjabi cinema, we are watching rom-com movies predominantly. But seems like the Punjabi cinema is going to flip to the other side now with movies like Kirpaan: The sword of honour which looks like more of an action drama movie.

Kirpaan: The sword of honour could be a new milestone for Roshan Prince in his acting career as he has been in the all new avatar in this movie. Read more…

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Movie Review – Haani

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When we watch the trailer of Haani, first thing comes in our mind that it has something out of ordinary and something different from the current trends of Punjabi cinema. Even for Harbhajan Mann who carries the credit of lifting the Punjabi Cinema, it has been something new for him in terms of looks and the character in Haani. Read more…

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