|Movie Name||Rabb Da Radio (2017)|
|Movie Genre||Family Drama Movie|
|Directed by||Harry Bhatti Tarnvir Singh Jagpal|
|Produced by||Manpreet Johal|
|Music Director||Jaidev Kumar|
|Star Cast||Tarsem Jassar, Simi Chahal, Mandy Takhar, Anita Devgan, Dhiraj Kumar, Gurmeet Saajan, Harby Sangha, Jagjeet Sandhu, Nirmal Rishi, Satwant Kaur, See Full Cast|
|Release Date||31 March 2017 (India)|
|Movie Budget||5 Cr. (Estimated)|
|Box Office Collection||16 Cr. Approximately (Worldwide)|
|Rating||IMDB: 8.1/10 Bollywood Product: 7.5/10|
Rabb Da Radio (meaning?God's Radio) is a Punjabi-language film released on 31 March 2017 in cinema. The film had a run time of 118 Minutes. Debutante Tarnvir Singh Jagpal and Harry Bhatti are the Diirectors of Rabb Da Radio.
The tentative budget of Rabb Da Radio was Rs. 5 Crore. The film did well commercially and earned approximately Rs. 12.5 Crore (Domestic Gross) and Rs. 3.5 (Overseas Gross), accumulated to Rs. 16 Crore at the Worldwide Box Office.
The film received nineteen (19) nominations in Filmfare Awards Punjabi 2018 and won five (5) out of them.
Rabb Da Radio tells a story of the 80s and 90s when marriages were subject to decisions of the respective parents of the Bride and Groom. It also narrates a story of love, respect, and unconditional faith in God (Rabb).
Tarsem Jassar, Mandy Takhar, and Simi Chahal play lead roles in Rabb Da Radio. Tarsem Jassar made his acting debut with Rabb Da Radio. The film also features Anita Devgan, Dheeraj Kumar, Gurmeet Saajan, Harbi Sangha, Jagjeet Sandhu, Nirmal Rishi, Satwant Kaur, Seema Kaushal, Sunita Dhir, Tarsem Paul, and many others.
Ammy Virk makes a special appearance in Rabb Da Radio (2017).
Rabba Da Radio depicts the story of a family of two brothers. Kabul Singh (Gurmeet Saajan) is the elder brother married to Chhaparo (Anita Devgan), and Succha Singh (Tarsem Paul) is the younger brother married to Karmo (Seema Kaushal).
Kabil Singh and Chhaparo have two sons, Deepa (Dheeraj Kumar) and Balvinder. Suchha Singh and Karmo have three daughters. Guddi (Simi Chahal) is the marriageable eldest daughter.
Chhaparo is a manipulative woman and manages to bring a wall between the two families. She does not like to keep any relationship with the family of Suchha Singh. Chhaparo even does not allow the three sisters to tie Rakhi to her sons on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
The two brothers love their cousins (sisters) but can not express their love due to fear of their mother.
Time passes, and Deepa (Dheeraj Kumar), the eldest son of Chhaparo, gets married to Naseeb (Mandy Takhar). However, Succha Singh and his family are ignored during giving marriage invitations.
Chhaparo instructs Naseen to keep her distance from the family of Succha Singh, especially Guddi. Naseeb understands that her mother-in-law is the root cause of the separation of these two families. However, she cannot go against her mother-in-law.
Manjinder approaches his paternal aunt or Bhua (Satwant Kaur), who is connected to Naseeb. Bhua asks Manjinder to become the mediator for the marriage of Guddi and Manjinder. However, Naseen refuses the proposal due to fear of her mother-in-law.
Somehow the marriage of Manjinder is fixed with Guddi. Chhaparo learns about it. She also gathers about the involvement of Naseeb, her daughter-in-law. Chhaparo throws Naseeb out of his house and successfully breaks the fixed marriage of Manjinder and Guddi.
Can these two families become one? What happens to Naseeb? What happens to the marriage of Manjinder and Guddi? The film Rabb Da Radio gives replies to all such queries.
Rabb Da Radio 2, released on 29 March 2019, was a sequel to the 2017 Punjabi-language film Rabb The Radio.
Rabb Da Radio 3 will be the second sequel to the 2017 Punjabi-language film Rabb The Radio. The film will be released tentatively on 29 March 2024 in cinemas.
|Punjabi Actress Shweta Sharma|
|Sukhbeer Pal Kaur|