Ajj De Ranjhe

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Ajj De Ranjhe
Directed by Manmohan Singh
Produced by Punjaab Movies International in association with Reliance Entertainment
Story by Manmohan Singh
Starring Aman Dhaliwal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Kimi Verma, Gurleen Chopra, Kul Sidhu, Rana Ranbir, Deep Dhillon
Release date
  • 7 September 2012 (2012-09-07)
Country India
Language Punjabi

Ajj De Ranjhe is a 2012 Punjabi film starring Aman Dhaliwal, Gurleen Chopra, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Kimi Verma, Kul Sidhu, Rana Ranbir. The movie is directed by Manmohan Singh. The movie is to be released on 7 September 2012.


Ajj De Ranjhe is a satirical take on the state of the youth law and order system of Punjab.[1]

The film follows the journey of an unemployed youngster Ambar (Aman Dhaliwal) and a rookie cop Manjeet (Gurpreet Ghuggi). While Ambar hopes to make it as a TV journalist like his idol and romantic interest Kranti (Gurleen Chopra), Ghuggi is a dedicated cop, committed to clean up the messy state of affairs of his police station and bring a known local criminal Soocha Singh (Deep Dhillon) and his son to justice.

On their quest both Manjeet and Ambar encounter hilarious situations involving their romantic interests, family members, the people of the village & even gangsters. They both keep crossing paths at various junctures as the story progresses and eventually become a formidable team ready to take on the system.

Will this unlikely duo succeed in achieving their individual goals using unconventional tactics forms the rest of the story.

Set in the heartland of Punjab, Ajj De Ranjhe is a comedy blended with action, romance, songs and picturesque locations for good measure.



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