Romeo Ranjha | Movie

romeo ranjha

romeo ranjha

 

 

Romeo Ranjha is a 2014 Punjabi language Indian action comedy film Starring Jazzy B & Garry Sandhu written by Dheeraj Ratan, directed by Navaniat Singh, who also directed Singh vs Kaur. Romeo Ranjha is funded by Gunbir Singh Sidhu & Manmord Sidhu. This movie is deceving on 16 May 2014. This is the Debut movie of singing sensation Garry Sandhu Romeo Ranjha is now Romeo Ranjha

 

 

Cast

  •     Jazzy B as Romeo
  •     Garry Sandhu as Ranjha
  •     Parul Gulati
  •     Amannn Grewal
  •     Monica Bedi
  •     Rana Ranbir
  •     Yograj Singh
  •     Rana Jung Bahadur
  •     Sangha Jagir
Crew
  •     Producers – Gunbir Singh Sidhu & Manmord Sidhu
  •     Co Produced By – Hansraj Railhan
  •     Director Navaniat Singh
  •     Story & Screen Play – Dheeraj Ratan
  •     Action Director. Allan Amin
  •     DOP. Harmeet Singh
  •     Music Director. Jatinder Shah
  •     Coreographer. Mehul Gadani
  •     Editor – Manish More
Synopsis
Romeo and Ranjha lives in Punjab and went to Thailand to fulfill their dreams. In Thailand Romeo and Ranjha do search for their jobs. One day accidently they met each other and get very excited to know that they both are from Punjab and become good friends. They share common room. They do lot of fun there and enjoy the beauty very much. They work very hard and collect lot of money.
By the mean time, Ranjha falls in love with a girl named Preet who runs a refugee camp with the help of her maternal uncle. Preet introduce Ranjha with maternal uncle and he placed the condition in front of him that he can marry Preet only if he can do huge charity for refugees. Ranjha wants to marry preet so he cheated with his friend Romeo and take the whole sum of money they have earned together and shifted to some other place. After knowing this Romeo get hearted that Ranjha cheated with him and start searching Ranjha. After lot of days searching he get succeeded and met Ranjha.
Romeo ask about the money and Ranjha tells him that he also get cheated by Preet and her maternal uncle and now he has no money left with him. Romeo understands the condition and they both start searching them. After some days, they come to know that Preet and her Maternal uncle are in Punjab. They both take the flights and reached Punjab.
This is the entire film we have to shoot in Thailand and rest we shoot in India.

Andh-Vishvaas – New Comedy Film

Andh-Vishvaas – Comedy Film
Comedy Film:- Andh-Vishvaas
Artist :- Sandeep Pateela
Editor :- Vishal
Camera:- Tarun Singh
Producer:- Samir Katyal
Director :- Harpal Singh
Company:- Friday Film Factory

47 to 84 Hun Mai Kisnu Watan Kahuga

47 to 84 – Punjabi Movie

47 to 84

Crew
Directed by : Rajiv Sharma
Produced by : Babli Singh
Written by : Lally Gill
Studio : Shemaroo
Country : India
Language: Punjabi
Label : Shemaroo

Time for a change as first poster of Punjabi movie ‘47 to 84’ creates lot of buzz
A realistic movie by Shemaroo

As far as the story of the film is concerned, it is narrated by the title of the film. Even if we talk about this in nutshell, the story is based on true and painful incidents, the suffering of which has been born by the families in Lahore at the time of partition in 1947 and again on their bodies during the anti-sikh genocide that broke in various parts of Hindustan including Delhi in 1984. It was such a harrowing destruction that made the Sikhs homeless in their own homeland. We unwillingly born all the suffering of whatever happened in 1947 and anti-sikh genocide of 1984 that happened in Delhi and other parts of the country, and that was criminal conspiracy made against a single community. Such incidents in our own country raised many questions like Sikhs were the citizens of which country? Whenever in any part of the world any community faces oppression and injustice, it’s but natural that the young generation faces its impact. Therefore, the emotions developed in such circumstances definitely have to show their results, which are part of this film.
The matter doesn’t only end here, when the youth of Punjab decided to punish the offenders of this horrendous act. And in response to this our police began to kill innocent people in police encounters in the name of eliminating the terrorists. A ceaseless trend of painful killing of young people and dishonoring of daughters and sisters began in police stations. This film describes such realities. Today, the whole country knows very well that the offenders of dreaded violence that occurred in Delhi and other places of the country are still at large, and those police officers who got promotions for fake police encounters are roaming with pride. Till today several mothers are wondering in vain and still waiting for their lost sons, even many families are going from pillar to post to get justice. The story of this film starts from Canada and ends in Canada itself, which contains the suffering of that woman who has seen the suffering of 47 to 84 with her eyes. We have tried that this feature film of ours became a historical document and also an advice for all those people who have suffered the pain of this time period irrespective of their religion. A few lines of the title song of this film, describe the story something like this:

‘We have to bury the pain from 47 to 84,
This is a long story from happiness to sadness,
Now, whom I will say my homeland.

47 To 84 – Official Digital Motion Poster

47 To 84 – Stories Of 1984 – Social Media Initiative

FATEH

Fateh – Punjabi Movie 2014 – Releasing 7 March 2014

FatehFATEH is the story of a boy (played by Nav Bajwa) who grew up stuck between never ending clash of his parents and in effect developed a fearful and a weak character. On other side he is a good-looking, intellectual guy and earns a college sponsorship with his learning skills. College life appears like a booster for his life where he makes new friends like TAREEF(Gurpreet Ghuggi) and BEZTI (Karamjit Anmol), who are at the teachers’ age still studying in the first year but remain humorous in all circumstances.The Gear changes when FATEH meets his childhood heartthrob SEHAJ,(Sameksha) dazzling beauty, innocent like him and a violin expert. And in result SEHAJ’s “one side lover” SANGRAM (Yaad Grewal), his classmate and a world open martial art champion comes in his way that entirely transforms his existence forever. SANGRAM makes his life miserable by torturing and ultimately beats him up to the death. Things change when FATEH’s father comes in the way and while trying to save his son but face the same treatment by SANGRAM and his gang as that of his son. That incident transformed FATEH to dead man walking. His family completely broke down in emotions and all.But on a very blessed day a long lost Sikh martial art “GATKA” master PARTAP (Puneet Issar) comes in his way and saves FATEH and TAREEF from some goons. And after noticing PARTAP’s abilities TAREEF decides to help FATEH to get trained from PARTAP and fights to get back his honor and respect.

Watch Official Trailer Of Fateh

PARTAP, who was a GATKA champion himself, but something tragic happened in his life that he had to abandon his martial art.From that day on PARTAP lost his existence in dark, lives away from the real world.

TAREEF takes broken FATEH to PARTAP. First PARTAP completely denies their request but then finally decides to teach them. But only rule is not to use this art for real fights but only in for competitions especially the coming world open martial arts championship.

Fateh

PARTAP starts giving them the hard training, the real GATKA training, as harder as possible to give. And FATEH succeeds by covering every hurdle of this hardcore training. PARTAP makes him SINGH and he takes an oath for good human being and god’s fighter.he teaches FATEH the hand to hand combat and the “SHASTAR VIDIYA”
On other side SANGRAM gets to know all things but takes it lightly. SANGRAM’s father JARNAIL (Deep Dhillon) who was also a GATKA champion and running a martial art academy where he killed the sense of GATKA by deliberately teaching wrong methods and preached no mercy but cruelty kind, comes to know that PARTAP is training FATEH who is going to participate in the championship. He gets worried and starts giving his son a harder training but SANGRAM takes it very lightly. JARNAIL trains SANGRAM with terrible and nasty plans.Finally the time came where FATEH and SANGRAM giving a harder time to their opponents in the world open martial arts championship to face each other. This is the fight of Good vs Evil, God vs Devil, FATEH vs SANGRAM.

Cast

  • Nav Bajwa
  • Samiksha Singh
  • Yaad Grewal
  • Puneet Issar
  • Deep Dhillon
  • Gurpreet Ghuggi
  • Karamjit Anmol
  • Shivendra Mahal
  • Navneet Nishaan
  • Supreet Bedi
  • Sunita Dhir
  • Dr.Ranjit
  • Jatinder Sharma
  • Ikatar Singh
  • Lucky Sangr
  • Lakhwinder Singh
  • Wilson
  • Chandan
  • Sehaj

Crew

  • Written & Directed by – Jaspreet Rajan
  • Producers – Jyotdeep Singh & Munjan Preet Singh
  • Creative Director – Gurdeep Singh
  • Executive Producers – Gurdeep Singh / R.P. Singh
  • Dialogues – Parveen Kumar & Gurminder Singh Samad
  • Dop – Basha Lal
  • Editor – Biren Mohanty
  • Music – Tigerstyle & Kuljit
  • Lyrics – Raj Kakra, Kashmir Thakarwal,
    Rohit Kaushik, Ranbir Singh Jagatpuri
  • Singers – Mika, Lehmber Hussainpuri, Jesbir Jassi, Kavita Seth, Feroz
    Khan, Karamjit Anmol, Raja Hasan

Movie Posters

FATEH

Fateh movie posterFATEH is the story of a boy who grew up stuck between never ending clash of his parents and in effect developed a fearful and a weak character. On other side he is a good-looking, intellectual guy and earns a college sponsorship with his learning skills. College life appears like a booster for his life where he makes new friends like TAREEF and BEZTI, who are at the teachers’ age still studying in the first year but remain humorous in all circumstances.

The Gear changes when FATEH meets his childhood heartthrob SEHAJ, dazzling beauty, innocent like him and a violin expert. And in result SEHAJ’s “one side lover” SANGRAM, his classmate and a world open martial art champion comes in his way that entirely transforms his existence forever. SANGRAM makes his life miserable by torturing and ultimately beats him up to the death. Things change when FATEH’s father comes in the way and while trying to save his son but face the same treatment by SANGRAM and his gang as that of his son. That incident transformed FATEH to dead man walking. His family completely broke down in emotions and all.

But on a very blessed day a long lost Sikh martial art “GATKA” master PARTAP comes in his way and saves FATEH and TAREEF from some goons. And after noticing PARTAP’s abilities TAREEF decides to help FATEH to get trained from PARTAP and fights back for revenge.

PARTAP, who was a GATKA champion himself, lost his son young UDHAM way back.From that day on PARTAP lost his existence in dark, lives away from the real world.

TAREEF takes broken FATEH to PARTAP. First PARTAP completely denies their request but then He feels his son UDHAM inside FATEH and finally decides to teach them. But only rule is not to use this art for real fights but only in for competitions especially the coming world open martial arts championship.

PARTAP starts giving them the hard training, the real GATKA training, as harder as possible to give. And FATEH succeeds by covering every hurdle of this hardcore training. PARTAP makes him SINGH and he takes an oath for good human being and god’s fighter.

Watch Official Trailer Of Fateh

On other side SANGRAM gets to know all things but takes it lightly. SANGRAM’s father JARNAIL who was also a GATKA champion and running a martial art academy where he killed the sense of GATKA by deliberately teaching wrong methods and preached no mercy but cruelty kind, comes to know that PARTAP is training FATEH who is going to participate in the championship. He gets worried and starts giving his son a harder training but SANGRAM takes it very lightly. JARNAIL trains SANGRAM with terrible and nasty plans.

Nav Bajwa in Fateh

Finally the time came where FATEH and SANGRAM giving a harder time to their opponents meets in the final fight. This is the fight of Good vs Evil, God vs Devil, FATEH vs SANGRAM and the good always WIN. And that what is the meaning of FATEH.

Cast

  • Nav Bajwa
  • Samiksha Singh
  • Yaad Grewal
  • Puneet Issar
  • Deep Dhillon
  • Gurpreet Ghuggi
  • Karamjit Anmol
  • Shivendra Mahal
  • Navneet Nishaan
  • Supreet Bedi
  • Sunita Dhir
  • Dr.Ranjit
  • Jatinder Sharma
  • Ikatar Singh
  • Lucky Sangr
  • Lakhwinder Singh
  • Wilson
  • Chandan
  • Sehaj

Crew

  • Written & Directed by – Jaspreet Rajan
  • Producers – Jyotdeep Singh & Munjan Preet Singh
  • Creative Director – Gurdeep Singh
  • Executive Producers – Gurdeep Singh / R.P. Singh
  • Dialogues – Parveen Kumar & Gurminder Singh Samad
  • Dop – Basha Lal
  • Editor – Biren Mohanty
  • Music – Tigerstyle & Kuljit
  • Lyrics – Raj Kakra, Kashmir Thakarwal, Rohit Kaushik, Ranbir Singh Jagatpuri
  • Singers – Mika, Lehmber Hussainpuri, Jesbir Jassi, Kavita Seth, Feroz Khan, Karamjit Anmol, Raja Hasan

Movie Posters

Fateh Movie

Fateh Movie

Fateh Movie Trailer

Fateh – Official Trailer – Releasing 7th March 2014

Fateh

FATEH is the story of a boy who grew up stuck between never ending clash of his parents and in effect developed a fearful and a weak character. On other side he is a good-looking, intellectual guy and earns a college sponsorship with his learning skills. College life appears like a booster for his life where he makes new friends like TAREEF and BEZTI, who are at the teachers’ age still studying in the first year but remain humorous in all circumstances.

Fateh – Official Trailer

Producer – Big Visions Films Pvt Ltd.
Director – Jaspreet Rajan
Star Cast – Nav Bajwa, Sameeksha Singh, Yaad Grewal,Gurpreet Ghuggi,Karamjit Anmol, Puneet Issar, Deep Dhillon, Shavendra Mahal, Navneet Nishan, And Others
Music – Tigerstyle & Kuljit
Label – Speed Records

47 to 84- Upcoming Punjabi Movie

Directed by:Rajiv Sharma
Produced by:Babli Singh
Written by:Lally Gill
Label : Shemaroo
Release dates: March 2014
Language: Punjabi

As far as the story of the film is concerned, it is narrated by the title of the film. Even if we talk about this in nutshell, the story is based on true and painful incidents, the suffering of which has been born by the families in Lahore at the time of partition in 1947 and again on their bodies during the anti-sikh genocide that broke in various parts of Hindustan including Delhi in 1984. It was such a harrowing destruction that made the Sikhs homeless in their own homeland. We unwillingly born all the suffering of whatever happened in 1947 and anti-sikh genocide of 1984 that happened in Delhi and other parts of the country, and that was criminal conspiracy made against a single community. Such incidents in our own country raised many questions like Sikhs were the citizens of which country? Whenever in any part of the world any community faces oppression and injustice, it’s but natural that the young generation faces its impact. Therefore, the emotions developed in such circumstances definitely have to show their results, which are part of this film.

The matter doesn’t only end here, when the youth of Punjab decided to punish the offenders of this horrendous act. And in response to this our police began to kill innocent people in police encounters in the name of eliminating the terrorists. A ceaseless trend of painful killing of young people and dishonoring of daughters and sisters began in police stations. This film describes such realities. Today, the whole country knows very well that the offenders of dreaded violence that occurred in Delhi and other places of the country are still at large, and those police officers who got promotions for fake police encounters are roaming with pride. Till today several mothers are wondering in vain and still waiting for their lost sons, even many families are going from pillar to post to get justice. The story of this film starts from Canada and ends in Canada itself, which contains the suffering of that woman who has seen the suffering of 47 to 84 with her eyes. We have tried that this feature film of ours became a historical document and also an advice for all those people who have suffered the pain of this time period irrespective of their religion. A few lines of the title song of this film, describe the story something like this:

‘We have to bury the pain from 47 to 84,
This is a long story from happiness to sadness,
Now, whom I will say my homeland.

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