When we talk about 1947, we always remember the time of partition and the differences between the people of two parted countries but we don’t remember the friendships, love and relationships of that time. Taking this in consideration, trailer of movie ‘Yaara Ve’ has been released starring Gagan Kokri, Monica Gill, Yuvraj Hans, Raghveer Boli, Yograj Singh, B N Sharma, Sardar Sohi, Nirmal Rishi, Hobby Dhaliwal, Gurpreet Bhangu, Malkeet Rauni, Pali Sandhu & Rana Jung Bahadur. This film is written and directed by Rakesh Mehta under the banner of ‘Golden Bridge Films & Entertainment Pvt Ltd’.

Whole story of the movie depends upon the friendship of Gagan Kokri, Yuvraj Hans and Raghveer Boli and even the trailer of the movie shows us that friendship of 1947 were as same as the friendship of now. Director of movie has beautifully portrayed the love, support, teasing and tantrums between the friendship of these three friends. Yuvraj is already in love with a girl and Gagan who’s name is boota in the picture fell in love with Naseebo which is the name of Monica Gill. Talking about Monica Gill, she look stunning in her role and she is already looking a promising actor through her dialogue delivery but this will only be assured after watching the film.

Looking to the trailer closely, we can say that among the all three artists ‘Gagan, Yuvraj and Raghveer’ no one looks like a hero of the film but we can say that story of the film is looking like it’s hero. We can give this credit to the writer and director of the movie ‘Rakesh Mehta’ who previously came with the movies like ‘Rang Punjab’ & ‘Vaapsi’. He has also put the scenario of partition, now the only thing we have to watch is how that the combination of these flavours of friendship, love, partition and fight will be presented in the movie by the makers.

We can say that there are various elements like simplicity, music and the presentation of these factors are literally forcing us to watch this movie and for more further elaboration of this trailer you can watch the trailer review of DAAH Films.