The award-winning Punjabi entertainment company, Rhythm Boyz Entertainment has been introducing innovative subjects to the Ballewood industry for about four years now. Now that they’re coming up with another much-awaited family entertainer – Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua (the first punjabi film touching the subject of demonetisation and how it affected common people), we once take a look at the kind of entertainers that this massively successful production house of Punjab has delivered so far!
Here’s a sneak-peak into all the creativity & thought that they have bestowed the industry with, so far:
Goreyan Nu Dafa Karo (2014): This film was not just considered to be the turning-point in Amrinder Gill’s film career, but its huge success also made the film fraternity of Punjab realise the importance of long-forgotten clean family comedies and that any venture can become really successful if its content is rich and made with pure intentions!
Angrej (2015): Without doubt, it was Angrej that kickstarted an era of period films in Punjabi cinema and became a runaway success! Directed by Simerjit Singh, Angrej was set against the backdrop of the waning British Raj, and the film chronicles the love story of a young man from the province of Punjab. The movie stars Amrinder Gill, Ammy Virk, Binnu Dhillon, Aditi Sharma, Sargun Mehta, and Sardar Sohi.
Love Punjab (2016): The Ballewood industry was certainly longing for a movie like Love Punjab. Directed by Rajiv Dhingra, the movie speaks about the journey of a family to find love, ties of families and fragrance of Punjab. It stars Amrinder Gill, Sargun Mehta, Binnu Dhillon, Manvir Johal, Yograj Singh, Nirmal Rishi and Rana Ranbir.
Bambukat (2016): Who knew a Punjabi movie rotating around a motorbike could be presented so appealingly? This film also touched the subject of discrimination in our society on the basis of someone’s complexion! Produced by Amiek Virk, Jaspal Singh Sandhu & Karaj Gill, the movie received amazing response from the audiences.
Lahoriye(2017): Reckoned to be one of the most-loved Punjabi movies, so far, Lahoriye presented the effects of the partition of India on Punjab. The movie deals with the modern India and how two people of different religions and countries begin to love each other. Directed by Amberdeep Singh and produced by Amberdeep Singh & Karaj Gill, the movie stars Amrinder Gill, Sargun Mehta, Yuvraj Hans, Nimrat Khaira, Guggu Gill, Sardar Sohi, Nirmal Rishi, Hobby Dhaliwal, and Rajiv Thakur.
Vekh Baraatan Challiyan (2017): Rhythm Boyz Entertainment aptly understands the love for comedy of the Punjabi audiences, and the same translates in the movie, Vekh Baraatan Challiyan. The movie beautifully captures the love story of Jaggi, a Sikh Jat from Punjab, who falls in love with Sarla, a Hindu Jat girl from Haryana, while being a part-time conductor on a bus owned by his father. Directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary, and produced by Jaspal Singh Sandhu, Amiek Virk & Karaj Gill, the movie stars Binnu Dhillon, Kavita Kaushik, Jaswinder Bhalla, Karamjit Anmol, Govind Namdev, Mukesh Bhatt, Mithila Purohit, Amrinder Gill, and Ranjit Bawa.
Bhalwan Singh (2017): Bhalwan Singh depicts a narrative when the British build a prison and begin to steal from the locals, a young man from Lahore decides to take action by kidnapping a British architect. Directed by Param Shiv and produced by Amiek Virk, Karaj Gill & Jaspal Singh Sandhu; the movie stars Ranjit Bawa in lead role
Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua (Releasing 13th April, 2018): To set the benchmark a notch higher than the rest, Rhythm Boyz Entertainment is back with a bang, with the first of its kind Punjabi rom-com movie, Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua. With the perfect blend of romance & comedy, Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua revolves around the theme of an adorable-duo Neeta and Mishri, whose lives turn upside-down with the much-unanticipated demonetization move.
The movie stars Simi Chahal, Harish Verma, Jaswinder Bhalla, B.N. Sharma in lead roles with a cameo appearance of Amrinder Gill, and is all set to release worldwide this Friday, 13 April 2018.
Enjoy the trailer again: