Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: Finally, the primary look poster and the trailer of the most expected Punjabi rom-com ‘Oye Makhna’ had been unveiled by using the makers of the movie.
Saregama’s film arm, Yoodlee Films dropped the video on social media. The poster capabilities Ammy Virk and Guggu Gill in very extraordinary avatars against the colorful backdrop of wedding ceremony celebrations.
The trailer is full of fun, laughter and stirring emotions.
Helmed by way of director Simerjit Singh. Apart from Ammy Virk and Guggu Gill, ‘Oye Makhna,’ also stars Tania and Sidhika Sharma and is made beneath the banner of Yoodlee Films in affiliation with Ammy Virk Productions and Simerjit Productions. The film has been written by using Rakesh Dhawan.
The poster and the trailer have heightened the anticipation for ‘Oye Makhna,’ which was already at a fever pitch after the discharge of the film’s first foot-tapping track, ‘Chad Gayi Chad Gayi’ sung by using Neha Kakkar.
Director Simerjit Singh, said, “I take the task of wonderful the target audience very critically. It takes plenty to preserve a target audience engaged, and this movie has all of it. It is a romance, a great family movie, and a tale that audiences of all generations will relate to. Ammy, Yoodlee Films, and I even have created a film that we are sincerely pleased with.”
Singer Ammy Virk has achieved movies like ‘Qismat’ and ‘Qismat 2’ and lots more. He delivered, “Like Simerjit and I, Yoodlee Films too loves to take innovative risks and I am satisfied that we’re participating for the first time.
All people are very glad to have received a remarkable response to our first music ‘Chad Gayi Chad Gayi’ and now the poster and the trailer have got everybody speaking. It has been awesome to enjoy working with Guggu Gill and together, all of us have created magic.”
Siddharth Anand Kumar, senior vice chairman, Saregama stated, “This is Saregama and Yoodlee’s first collaboration with Ammy Virk, and we could not have requested for a higher tale to inform. We have constantly pursued tales which can be enticing and content material-driven and ‘Oye Makhna’ assessments both the boxes.”