This is the story of a mother and her missing son set in the backdrop of 1984 Punjab, when the state was going through a terrible time of terrorism. The film depicts the longing of a mother for her son and her search for her son, who is labelled a terrorist because of the bad times in Punjab.
A ruthless philantrophist. A bhangra rapper. An over-protected prodigy. A reckless actress. A lovelorn businessman. An entrepreneurial yogi. And a Loin King. Enter a roller-coaster world of seven strangers whose lives collide during a singing contest in a small New Jersey town.
Lali Sarkaria and his goons rule Amritsar, a holy city for Punjabis. A villager named Punjab Singh enters the holy city to make a living. But a tragic event changes him and he decides to rid the city of Lali Sarkaria and is men. Meanwhile, a honest cop tries to maintain law and order in the city.
A Punjabi village undergoes a makeover to welcome a child born abroad.
The Film Pans not just through the various shades of an emotional drama, but all the spicy sprinklings of Love, Hate, Comedy, Action and Tragedy. The sparkle of Love at Mini Punjab has dimmed by the shadows of social evils, be it racial discrimination, hatred, revenge or jealousy. And the ditch between hearts of the people here seems to be only widening.....
The film takes a reference of important historical events connected with Punjab and talks about the present. It touches upon events such as the partition of the country, 1984 anti-Sikh holocaust, and reflects the present situation of Punjab.
A documentary about enforced disappearances, extra-judicial killings and mass secret cremations in Punjab that took place during more than a decade of conflict. For years the voices of families of those disappeared in Punjab remained silenced, this documentary explores those determined voices sharing a common trauma of being genocide survivors.
Bhands of Punjab presented by Jaspal Bhatti
A snapshot of life in a village in the Punjab - from the production of mustard oil to the shoeing of a bullock. With intertitles that include such jewels as "they do a great deal of spinning," it's clear that this film was made to be shown to young audiences. From the repetition of the opening title sequence it would appear that the original film was later re-edited.
Preetop (Nishi)is a beautiful girl of handicapped father, her mother is dead. She loves her father and takes responsibility of farming in their fields.
The Lion of Punjab is a Punjabi film starring Diljit Dosanjh, making his debut as an actor. It is also the debut Punjabi movie of Bollywood director Guddu Dhanoa. The film was released on 11 February 2011. with a music release on 31 January 2011.
Ik Kudi Punjab Di tells a richly textured tale from a keenly female perspective set against the backdrop of male-dominated Punjabi society. It does so with a Shakespearean credo of “all the world’s a stage” and a lively cast.
The Journey of Punjab 2016 is a 2016 Punjabi film directed by Inderjit Moga and Balraj Sagar. It is written by Deep Jagdeep. The film is about the menace of drug in the Indian state of Punjab.
The insurgence of substance abuse among the young in the Indian state of Punjab through the stories of a rock star, a migrant laborer, a doctor and a policeman.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional league for Twenty20 cricket championship in India.
A man vows to win the heart of the woman he loves.
Unni (Dileep) has many debts and no way to repay them. He decides to commit suicide so that his parents can use the insurance money to repay the debts, but he is saved by a fisherman named Gangadharan (Cochin Haneefa) and his employee Ramanan (Harisree Ashokan). When they notice Unni drowning, Unni pretends to be deaf and mute so that he can fake his death and the insurance money reaches his family. Gangadharan however has a debt of his own, to a Punjabi family of money lenders who have settled in Kerala. He is forced to make Unni and Ramanan to work at their home until he can repay it. A series of interesting events follow after Unni meets Pooja (Mohini) at the house, who is deaf and mute.
Love stories that start from campus end up in a cold blooded fight. It is a sweet tale of campus love stories as well as fight for love. Will love triumph over evil ploys?
Tips Films maiden Punjabi venture "Dil Apna Punjabi" produced by Kumar S. Taurani & Ramesh S. Taurani, written & directed by Manmohan Singh, is set in the lively village of modern day Punjab, where a joint family spanning over four generations lives under one roof a family which is united by values, tradition and warmth headed by Sardar Hardam Singh (Dara Singh).
Mummy Punjabi is a New Age Mother India, with today`s grandeur, intensity, humour & emotions. A complete family entertainer, wherein a Punjabi urban mother balances tradition with her own value system.