Channo Kamli Yaar Di

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Channo Kamli Yaar Di
Channo Kamli Yaar Di.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byPankaj Batra
Produced byNeeru Bajwa Entertainment
Written byNaresh Kathooria
StarringNeeru Bajwa
Binnu Dhillon
Karamjit Anmol
Rana Ranbir
Music byJatinder Shah
CinematographyVineet Malhotra
Edited byManish More
Neeru Bajwa Entertainment
Mystery Man Productions
Release date
  • 19 February 2016 (2016-02-19)
CountryIndia, Canada

Channo Kamli Yaar Di (2016) is a Punjabi film directed by Pankaj Batra and starring Neeru Bajwa and Binnu Dhillon with a released date of February 19, 2016.[1][2] Channo (Neeru Bajwa) is an emotional journey of a pregnant Punjabi girl who goes to Canada to find her missing husband, Jeet. Taji (Binnu Dhillon) goes along with her. However, Taji is in love with Channo since they have met but was not able to express his feelings. They go through some obstacles in Canada. However, towards the end of the film, Taji finally expresses his feelings toward Channo. Channo tells him that she loves him as a "friend". At the end, they do successfully find Jeet after going through a lot of difficulties. Even though Taji helps Channo. Taji does not marry Channo as Channo is still in love with Jeet. They, However still remain good friends.


Track listing[edit]

1."Tere Begair"KumaarJatinder ShahAmrinder Gill3:30
2."Aaja Ni Aaja"Gurdas MaanJatinder ShahGurdas Maan2:24
3."Wakho Wakh"BinderJatinder ShahPrabh Gill2:39
4."Yaar Di Gali"KumaarJatinder ShahNooran Sisters3:39
5."Marjawaan"KumarJatinder ShahJassi Gill3:47
Total length:00:15:19


Jasmine Singh from The Tribune claimed that it was a good story with generous seasoning of mystery, with crisp direction and fabulous acting by Binnu and Neeru Bajwa it now bags three and a half stars! [3] Another site praised CHANNO, declaring it "milestone in punjabi cinema".


  1. ^ Offensive, Marking Them (4 December 2015). "First look: Neeru Bajwa's 'Channo – Kamli Yaar Di'". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 January 2016.
  2. ^ Service, Tribune News (6 January 2016). "An interesting act". Retrieved 6 January 2016.
  3. ^ "Channo delivered successfully". The Tribune. The Tribune. Retrieved 21 February 2016.

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