25 Best & Funniest Punjabi Comedy Movies of All Time

Punjabi’s are known to be extremely fun, active, unconstrained, party lovers and huge extroverts. Not just the people, their music, their way of life, everything is extremely charismatic and fun. So, how can their movies be any different?

Punjabi films are loaded with lots of laughter, music, enjoyment and unparalleled entertainment. In the 90-year running history of the Punjabi cinema, the industry has provided the world with some of the best gems.

Here are the top 25 best Punjabi Comedy movies to watch:

Mera Pind (2008)

Mera Pind Best punjabi comedy movie

Mera Pind is coordinated and created by Manmohan Singh. It features Navjot Singh Sidhu, Harbhajan Mann, Kimi Verma and Gurpreet Ghuggi.

An NRI moves to his local town to spread the message of empowerment among the youth. Under his help, Himmat, a youngster drives the adolescent to add to the town’s improvement.


Munde U.K. De (2009)

Munde U.K. De (2009) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Munde U.K. De, conveyed in English-talking regions with the main slogan British by Right, Punjabi by Heart! is a movie by author executive Manmohan Singh. The famous actors Jimmy Sheirgill, Amrinder Gill, Neeru Bajwa, Rana Ranbir, and Gurpreet Ghuggi.

With a run time of 149 minutes, the story spins around two London conceived Punjabi men who visit Punjab and give their luck a shot to get Punjabi ladies. They think that it’s difficult to acclimate to the environment but at the end of the day, adjust.


Mel Karade Rabba (2010)

Mel Karade Rabba (2010) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Mel Karade Rabba is a movie coordinated by Navaniat Singh and composed by Dheeraj Rattan. It stars Jimmy Sheirgill and Neeru Bajwa ahead of the pack jobs. Pop vocalist Gippy Grewal made his acting presentation as the adversary with the film.

This film is the official redo of the Bollywood Film ‘Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein’, which itself is a revamp of Tamil film Minnale. 

Rajveer is frantically infatuated with Seerat, yet Rajveer’s most despised adversary, Nihaal as of now proposes Seerat. They take a stab at everything in their walk to win Seerat’s heart. Yet, the inquiry is who will Seerat pick?


Jihne Mera Dil Luteya (2011)

Jihne Mera Dil Luteya (2011) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jihne Mera Dil Luteya is a light-hearted comedy movie is coordinated by Mandeep Kumar along with the starting Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa, Binnu Dhillon.

The story spins around Yuvraj and Gurnoor who succumb to a similar young lady, Noor. Does Noor love anybody of the two or is it some third individual in the image?


Yaar Anmulle (2011)

Yaar Anmulle (2011) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Yaar Annmulle is a movie coordinated by Anurag Singh. It features Arya Babbar, Harish Verma, Yuvraj Hans, Jividha Ashta, Kajal Jain and Jenny Ghottra in lead jobs.

Master, Deep and Sher Singh are three college companions living in a lodging. They choose to remain missing from classes, manage rival gatherings and experience all parts of kinship and love.


Jatt and Juliet (2012)

Jatt and Juliet (2012) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jatt and Juliet is a light-hearted comedy movie coordinated by Anurag Singh. The film stars Diljit Dosanjh inverse Neeru Bajwa. Upon discharge, the movie turned into a monstrous blockbuster in the cinematic world and furthermore won different honours at the PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2013 including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress.

Fateh Singh, who needs to wed a Canadian, meets Pooja, who needs to move to Canada. In spite of the fact that they don’t get along at first, they before long wind up attracted to one another.


Carry on Jatta (2012)

Carry on Jatta (2012) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Carry on Jatta is a comedy movie coordinated by Smeep Kang and featuring Gippy Grewal, and Mahie Gill. This film was revamped in Odia, Telugu, Bangladesh and Bengali (India).

The center storyline was approximately founded on the 1989 Malayalam film Chakkikotha Chankaran. Jass becomes hopelessly enamoured with Mahie who is keen on wedding an orphan. While the two of them wed one another, Jass conceals his marriage from his family. 


Power Cut. (2012)

Power Cut (2012) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Power Cut is a rom-com film. It was the last movie coordinated by Jaspal Bhatti. The lead entertainers incorporate Jaspal Bhatti himself, his significant other Savita Bhatti and a few notable Punjabi on-screen characters.

The film taunts the force blackouts and defilement in India, particularly in the territory of Punjab. A typical man’s journey to reveal corruption predominant in his state lands him in hilarious and some of the time tricky circumstances.


Desi Romeo. (2012)

Desi Romeo (2012) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Desi Romeos is directed by Shafaq Khan, starring Harjit Harman, Babbu Maan, Shilpa Dhar, Bhupinder Gill, Jasprem Dhillon, Raavi Bal in leading roles. Desi Romeo follows the erotic transformation of Sweety on her mission to gain proficiency with the subtleties of affection and its creation.

It investigates our way of life of close relations with most extreme authenticity and receptiveness. It’s striking, it’s genuine, it’s immediate and hits your exotic nerves; with tons of fun.


Jatt and Juliet 2. (2013)

Jatt and Juliet 2 (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jatt and Juliet 2 is a rom-com movie coordinated by Anurag Singh. The movie is a continuation of the 2012 blockbuster Jatt and Juliet, anyway not straightforwardly or story-wise. On-screen characters Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa repeat their jobs from the past film in the continuation among different characters.

Jatt and Juliet 2 proceeded to turn into the most elevated earning Punjabi film ever, along these lines beating the record recently held by the first Jatt and Juliet film. Jatt and Juliet 2 will be the first since forever Punjabi film to be discharged on Blu-ray. The film has also been revamped in Bengali.


Lucky Di Unlucky Story. (2013)

Lucky Di Unlucky Story (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Lucky Di Unlucky Story is coordinated by Smeep Kang, and features Gippy Grewal, Jaswinder Bhalla, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Binnu Dhillon in lead jobs; who likewise met up for 2012 comedy film – Carry on Jatta.

The film, after release, turned into an immediate blockbuster at the Indian film industry. The center storyline was inexactly founded on the 2002 Tamil film Panchathantiram featuring Kamal Haasan. The story depends on the lives of ladies’ man Lucky; and his three wedded companions and how they enhance minor difficulty.


Daddy Cool Munde Fool. (2013)

Daddy Cool Munde Fool. (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Daddy Cool Munde Fool is coordinated by Simerjit Singh, starring Amrinder Gill, Ihana Dhillon, Harish Verma, Yuvika Chaudhary, Jaswinder Bhalla, Amar Noorie with Karamjeet Anmol.

Parminder Singh Puppy decides to revive his relationship with his school darling. Unbeknown to him, his children are infatuated with her little girls.


Best of Luck. (2013)

Best of Luck (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Good luck is a movie coordinated by Manmord Sidhu and featuring Gippy Grewal, Jazzy B, Binnu Dhillon, Simran Kaur Mundi and Sonam Bajwa.

Kullu, a pizza conveyance kid meets Goli Badmaash, a famous criminal. Before long, they understand they can help each other with their love lives.


Fer Mamla Gadbad. (2013)

Fer Mamla Gadbad (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Fer Mamla Gadbad is a rom-com coordinated by Harpreet Singh and Padamjit Singh, featuring Roshan Prince, Japji Khera and Bhanu Sri Mehra. It is a story rotating around a yearning on-screen character Jassi, who fantasies about creation a film and dispatch himself as a ‘hero’.

With the goal that he could get the opportunity to wed his forever love, Roop and to satisfy his fantasies, he begins doing indecent exercises and brings in snappy cash by making shows.


Singh versus Kaur. (2013)

Singh versus Kaur (2013)  Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Singh versus Kaur is a light-hearted comedy coordinated by Navaniat Singh, featuring Gippy Grewal, Surveen Chawla, Japji Khaira and Binnu Dhillon in lead jobs. The film was revamped in Bengali, Odia and Kannada, consequently turning into the first Punjabi film to be revamped in Kannada.

Nihal is considered as a weight by his locals who choose to toss him out. His friends recommend that he wed the town head’s niece so as to remain in the town.


Naughty Jatts. (2013)

Naughty Jatts (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Naughty Jatts is a Punjabi rom-com movie coordinated by Pankaj Batra. It features Roshan Prince, Arya Babbar, and Binnu Dhillon with Neeru Bajwa.

Three men begin to look all starry eyed at a similar lady and set out to seek after her. The unfurling occurrences and situational conditions lead to a parody of blunders.


Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22. (2013)

Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 is a satire movie coordinated by Amit Prasher. The film highlights Amrinder Gill and Yo Honey Singh nearby Mandy Takhar.

Rolly and Robby are sent to Punjab by their dad to learn conventional and social qualities, while simultaneously, not underestimating their extravagant lives.


Jatts In Golmaal. (2013)

Jatts In Golmaal (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jatts in Golmaal is directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary and it features Arya Babbar, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Sameksha, Jaswinder Bhalla, Binnu Dhillon, and B. N. Sharma. Veena Malik makes her introduction in Indian Punjabi film with her job in the film.

Binnu, a pack head, is determined to have a heart issue. He asks nitwit Arya, who needs cash, to give his heart. What Arya doesn’t understand, is that he will pass on without a heart.


Jatt Airways. (2013)

Jatt Airways (2013) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jatt Airways is a light-hearted comedy film coordinated by Harjit Rocky. The film stars Alfaaz, Tulip Joshi, Padam Bhola, Smriti Khanna, Jaswinder Bhalla and Binnu Dhillon in driving jobs.

Two siblings begin to look all starry eyed at two sisters and plan to get hitched to them. Be that as it may, because of certain mistaken assumptions, they begin detesting each other which prompts a great deal of interesting minutes.


Double Di Trouble. (2014)

Double Di Trouble (2014) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Double Di Trouble is a movie coordinated by Smeep Kang, and stars Dharmendra, Minissha Lamba, Gippy Grewal and Kulraj Randhawa as leads, alongside Gurpreet Ghuggi, Poonam Dhillon.

This film depends on Shakespeare’s notable play, The Comedy of Errors, that takes a desi turn when a father son pair find their perfect representations in an alternate nation. The film is additionally approximately dependent on the 1982 film Angoor.


Mr and Mrs 420. (2014)

Mr and Mrs 420 (2014) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Mr and Mrs 420 is directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary and features Yuvraj Hans, Babbal Rai, Jassi Gill, Binnu Dhillon and Jaswinder Bhalla as leads. It additionally has a continuation – Mr and Mrs 420 Returns. The center storyline is incompletely founded on the 1966 Hindi film Biwi Aur Makan which has likewise been revamped in Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali and Hindi.

Deputy tries to be an entertainer yet can’t land a decent role while his companion, Jass needs a great job to have the option to wed his sweetheart. They move to another town looking for better chances.


Disco Singh. (2014)

Disco Singh (2014) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Disco Singh is a movie coordinated by Anurag Singh and featuring Diljit Dosanjh and Surveen Chawla. This is the third joint effort among Singh and Dosanjh after the blockbuster Jatt and Juliet and the continuation Jatt and Juliet 2. It is inexactly founded on 2009 Bollywood film ‘Do Knot Disturb’ which thusly was a revamp of the 2006 French film, La Doublure (The Valet). This was revamped in Bengali.

Lattu, a yearning vocalist, is enamoured with Sweety, a model, and wishes to date her. Before long, his fantasy about being as one with her works out as expected yet with a diverting turn.


Jatt James Bond. (2014)

Jatt James Bond (2014) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Jatt James Bond (JJB) is coordinated by Rohit Jugraj, and features Gippy Grewal and Zareen Khan as leads, alongside Yashpal Sharma and Gurpreet Ghuggi. The film denotes the Punjabi film debut of Bollywood on-screen character Zareen Khan.

Sinda, alongside two of his companions intend to show his family members, who’ve mistreated him, an exercise of a lifetime.


Sardaarji 2. (2016)

Sardaarji 2 (2016) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Sardaar Ji 2 is a movie coordinated by Rohit Jugraj and featuring Diljit Dosanjh, Monica Gill and Sonam Bajwa in lead jobs.

Jaggi is entrusted with heading out a ghost in London. In any case, humorous circumstances result when he experiences passionate feelings for the apparition.


Ambarsariya. (2016)

Ambarsariya (2016) Best Comedy Punjabi Movie

Ambarsariya is a comedy thriller coordinated by Mandeep Kumar and features Diljit Dosanjh, Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Monica Gill, Lauren Gottlieb as the principle cast.

Jatt Ambarsariya, an insurance and RAW operator, is given the errand of ensuring the life of the home pastor of Punjab. While on the crucial mission, meets Jasleeen Kaur and Kirat and begins to look all starry eyed for them both.


Shadaa

Shadaa

  • Release date: 21 June 2019 (India)
  • Director: Jagdeep Sidhu
  • Screenplay: Jagdeep Sidhu
  • Producers: Amit Bhalla, Pawan Gill, Atul Bhalla, Aman Gill, Anurag Singh

Guddiyan Patole

Guddiyan Patole

  • Release date: 8 March 2019 (India)
  • Director: Vijay Kumar Arora
  • Box office: 17 crores INR
  • Producers: Nav Virk, Bhagwant Virk

Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan

Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan

  • Release date: 13 July 2018 (India)
  • Director: Smeep Kang
  • Box office: 20.15 crores INR (US$2.8 million)
  • Producers: Binnu Dhillon, Amit Bhalla, Atul Bhalla

Vekh Baraatan Challiyan

Vekh Baraatan Challiyan

  • Release date: 28 July 2017 (India)
  • Director: Ksshitij Chaudhary
  • Featured song: Noonh Labhni
  • Box office: 5.7 crores INR (domestic)
  • Producer: Karaj Gill

Channo Kamli Yaar Di

Channo Kamli Yaar Di

  • Release date: 19 February 2016 (India)
  • Director: Pankaj Batra
  • Screenplay: Naresh Kathooria
  • Producers: Neeru Bajwa, Harry Singh Jawandhaz

Angrej

Angrej

  • Release date: 31 July 2015 (India)
  • Director: Simerjit Singh
  • Screenplay: Amberdeep Singh
  • Box office: 30.68 crores INR

Jhalle

Jhalle

  • Initial release: 15 November 2019
  • Director: Amarjit Singh
  • Producers: Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta, Amarjit Singh
  • Screenplay: Amarjit Singh, Rakesh Dhawan

Laung Laachi

Laung Laachi

  • Release date: 9 March 2018 (India)
  • Director: Amberdeep Singh
  • Screenplay: Amberdeep Singh

Bha Ji in Problem

Bha Ji in Problem

  • Release date: 15 November 2013 (India)
  • Director: Smeep Kang
  • Producers: Akshay Kumar, Ashvini Yardi
  • Production companies: Grazing Goat Pictures, Viacom18 Motion Pictures

Ishq Brandy

Ishq Brandy

  • Release date: 21 February 2014 (India)
  • Director: Amit Prasher
  • Screenplay: Rupinder Inderjit
  • Producers: Randhir Singh Dheera, Dimple Mittal, Babbu Mittal

Bambukat

Bambukat

  • Release date: 29 July 2016 (India)
  • Director: Pankaj Batra
  • Box office: 24.51 crores INR
  • Producers: Karaj Gill, Munish Sahni

Vaisakhi List

Vaisakhi List

  • Release date: 22 April 2016 (India)
  • Director: Smeep Kang
  • Box office: 95.75 crores INR
  • Producer: Rajesh Banga
  • Screenplay: Smeep Kang, Vaibhav Suman, Shreya Srivastava, Naresh Kathooria

Kala Shah Kala

Kala Shah Kala

  • Release date: 14 February 2019 (India)
  • Director: Amarjit Singh
  • Screenplay: Amarjit Singh
  • Producers: Binnu Dhillon, Karan Soni, Harsimran Dhillon, Navaniat Singh, Gursimran Dhillon

Nikka Zaildar 3

Nikka Zaildar 3

  • Release date: 20 September 2019 (India)
  • Director: Simerjit Singh
  • Box office: 17.95 crores INR
  • Screenplay: Jagdeep Sidhu, Gurpreet Singh Palheri

Oh My Pyo Ji!

Oh My Pyo Ji!

  • Release date: 13 June 2014 (India)
  • Director: Niharika Sahni
  • Producer: Niharika Sahni
  • Screenplay: Niharika Sahni, Jaswinder Bhalla, Manshendra Singh Kailey, Vakila Mann

So, these are the top 25 funny Punjabi Movies that the industry has to offer. With a lot of hidden gems missing, this list will always remain far from complete. Hence, let us know which are your favourite Punjabi movies and whether they have found a place in our list or not!

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