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Trailer Review: A quotidian ‘Dhol Ratti’

Another film which has fallen in the kitty of Punjabi film industry is Shivamm Sharma’s ‘Dhol Ratti’. The movie is set for a July 20 release which means that now all four Fridays of July will have a Punjabi movie set for release. The trailer of the movie was released on the official YouTube channel of Yellow Music yesterday. At the time …

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‘Nankana’ Trailer Review: A run-of-the-mill concept

To the likes of a plethora of fans of the Punjabi film industry, the trailer of Punjabi movie ‘Nankana’ has released in the morning. The movie marks the comeback of Gurdas Maan on the silver screen after a hiatus of four years. A comeback of a legendary name such as his is bound to generate a feeling of jollification amongst his fans. …

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Trailer Review: ‘Rubb Rakha’ based on emotional grounds

As has been the inclination over the years, with the year entering into its second quarter, there is a shoot up in the number of the upcoming Punjabi movies. Now when the month of May is into its heyday, more and more trailers of Punjabi movies are being released. The latest one to join this list is ‘Rubb Rakha’. The movie will …

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Trailer Review: ‘Carry On Jatta 2’ will make you go bonkers

The maddest house of the Punjabi industry ever and its mad family are coming back to take you on a ride full of hilarity in the days to come. Yes, you’ve read that right. The trailer of one of the most anticipated sequels of the Punjabi industry, ‘Carry On Jatta 2’, has released amongst feelings of infinite jubilation. The trailer was scheduled …

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Trailer Review: A distinctive ‘Raduaa’

A few weeks ago, we talked about an upcoming movie, ‘Raduaa’, and its prospects of going down as a groundbreaking step in the history of Punjabi cinema. Delayed by a few days due to some undisclosed reasons, the official trailer of the movie was released yesterday on the official YouTube channel of T-Series Apna Punjab. At the time of writing this article, …

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Trailer Review: A superlative Ammy Virk in & as ‘Harjeeta’

In which has broken out as a crucial development in the Punjabi film industry, the trailer of Vijay Kumar Arora’s ‘Harjeeta’ has released amidst soaring expectations and after an anxious halt. Set to be made public at 10 AM, the trailed was released on the official YouTube channel Lokdhun Punjabi. The movie will release on May 18, 2018. Since the …

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Trailer Review: A deeply felt search for ‘Daana Paani’

It is both a recapitulated and a real statement that with every passing week, the year 2018 puts in front of us a contrasting concept as far as the Punjabi film industry is concerned. The latest project to join the list is Tarnvir Singh Jagpal’s ‘Daana Paani’. Announced last year, the movie is all set to release on May 4. The movie …

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Trailer Review: ‘Bhai Taru Singh’

The concept of an animated movie is not a new one in the Punjabi movie industry. We all are aware about the magic created by ‘Chaar Sahibzaade’ in the Punjabi film industry. Reciting a religious or a historic story in an animated manner comes in handy because animation is liked by all sections of the society. Children, per se, can be taught …

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Trailer Review: Kavi Raz’s jumbled ‘Kande’

As has been the inclination over the years, with the year entering into its second quarter, there is a shoot up in the number of the upcoming Punjabi movies. For some unusual reason, film makers in the Punjabi industry hesitate to release their movies in the first two months of the year. Now when the month of April is about …

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Trailer Review: A jollity ‘Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua’

Perhaps, today was the most apt time for the makers of ‘Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua’ to release its trailer. Having won the award for the Best Director for his last movie (Vekh Baraatan Challiyan) in the Jio Filmfare Awards (Punjabi) 2018, Ksshitij Chaudhary would be in high spirits for his upcoming directorial endeavour in Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua. The movie …

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