Jaskaran Singh | Sep 21, 2018 | 0
Dhol Ratti Trailer – A Family Movie Is All Set To Be Released Soon
Punjabi cinema has given many blockbuster hits in the recent years and now the Canam Movie Production is all set to present the upcoming Punjabi movie Dhol Ratti, which is a family movie. The movie is scheduled to be released worldwide on 20th July 2018. The film is a period drama, set in 70’s Punjab. Directed by Shivamm Sharma, the movie Dhol Ratti has Lakha Lakhwinder, Babbar Gill, Harby Sangha, Arsh Chawla, Pooja Thakur, Gurpreet Kaur, and Malkit Rauni.
The official trailer of Dhol Ratti has been released and the story seems to be based on family relations and value system of ancient Punjab. At the press meet during the poster release of the film, Producer Mike Verma revealed, “In the modern era, where people are excessively inclined towards Western culture, this movie is an effort to connect them to their roots. We will be releasing the film soon and there is another Punjabi film project which will start soon after the release of this film under the Banner of Canam Movie Production.”
During the press meet, the director of Dhol Ratti, Shivamm Sharma also revealed about the concept of the movie. “The theme of the movie encapsulates an emergency situation on the Punjab-Pakistan Border and how people manage it, the movie is based on the importance of family relations and moral values. In other words, it is a portrayal of the old Punjab,” he quoted.
The actress Pooja Thakur, who will be seen playing the lead role in the Dhol Ratti movie also shared her experience while working in the film. She emphasized, “It was a great experience shooting this Punjabi film. I am happy that a realistic setting has been created in all scenes of Punjab in the 70’s. Music is the popular ‘beats’ styled and comedy is displayed in a good proposition in the movie.”
Check out the trailer of New Punjabi movie Dhol Ratti
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