Rhythm Boyz Entertainment has always managed to hold true to their commitment of giving Punjabi cinema blockbusters in the form of heartwarming family entertainers.
Their latest movie Vekh Barataan Challiyan, releasing on 28th July is evident to the same. Having already given a series of super hit movies like Angrej (2015), Love Punjab (2016), Bambukat (2016), and Lahoriye (2017), Rhythm Boyz Entertainment is now rolling out with the perfect blend of comedy, thrill and entertainment, with Vekh Barataan Challiyan which speaks of overcoming the orthodox inter-caste beliefs in an uber-hilarious manner.
The film is on two different families — a Jatt family from Punjab and a Jaat family from Haryana. The film is based on few religious & traditional ethics followed by the people of these respective states. The main character, Jaggi (Binnu Dhillon) is a bus conductor who falls in love with a frequent traveler — Sarla (Kavita Kaushik), who is from Haryana. The movie provides the perfect amalgamation of the beautiful cultures of these two states and aesthetically provides a glimpse of their rich heritage and traditions.
The movie stars Binnu Dhillon, Kavita Kaushik (fame F.I.R, a teleserial), Ranjit Bawa, Jaswinder Bhalla, Govind Namdev, Mukesh Bhatt, Parminder Gill and Karamjit Anmol in the lead roles. The heartthrob of Punjabi cinema, Amrinder Gill is going to give a special appearance in it as well. He is going to be seen speaking in Haryanvi dialect that will certainly incarnate an all new persona of this charming singer and actor.
Lending an insight into the lives families across the state border, Vekh Barataan Challiyan has even received ‘U’ certificate from the Censor Board which further reassures the fans that it is indeed a film made keeping the family values in mind. The film’s trailer and music has already established a strong personal touch with the audiences across the globe.
Rhythm Boyz Entertainment has surely made a strong contribution in Punjabi cinema! We’re too excited about this inter-state love story on July 28! What about you?