Not just an adulated vocal talent, Jazzy B lives up to the benchmark he has established for himself in terms of onscreen popularity and praise, following his acting debut in super-hit Punjabi film, Best of Luck, which garnered him the PTC Punjabi Film Award for Best Male Debut and widespread plaudit; and his special appearance as himself in Box Office winner, Jatt & Juliet 2. Set to champion the hearts of cinemagoers and diehard music fans alike, Jazzy delivers another charming performance alongside Punjabi pin-up, Gary Sandhu, in a film that represents regional language cinema at its mot entertaining, directed by Navaniat Singh. The singing sensation naturally lends his vocals to the catchy soundtrack courtesy of composer Jatinder Shah.
Romeo (Jazzy B) and Ranjha (Gary Sandhu) are both from Punjab and respectively head to Thailand to fulfill their dreams. They meet by chance one day, delighted to discover they are both from the same region and soon becoming good friends. They play hard and work hard in equal measures, making and pooling good money along the way.
Ranjha falls in love with Preet, who runs a refugee camp with the help of her uncle. Preet introduces them both but her uncle stipulates the condition that Ranjha can marry Preet only if he makes a substantial donation to the charity. Desperate to marry Preet, Ranjha uses the money he and Romeo have earned collectively.
Upon realising the money is missing, Romeo confronts Ranjha but, as it transpires, the love-struck lad has been duped by Preet and her uncle. Going in search of the pair of fraudsters, Romeo and Ranjha discover that Preet and her uncle are back in Punjab. Boarding flights back to their homeland, their mission to find the duo that has robbed them continues.
Prepare to fall in love with Romeo Ranjha in cinemas from 16th May, presented by White Hill Production Inc. and distributed internationally by B4U.