A young businesswoman hires a charming con man in a bid to defeat her business rival. Complications arise when he turns out to be unreliable and worse still, romance blooms.
Laiye Je Yaarian is a perfect blend of humor, romance, and comedy. The first hour of the film is devoted to the professional rivalry between Roopi and Amrinder’s characters. Harish Verma and Roopi Gill get maximum screen time here. Sukhdeep’s hiring, arrival in Canada, and subsequent know-how of the trucking business keep the proceedings interesting. Cameos from Amberdeep Singh here bring the house down.
Raunak (Roopi Gill) is facing a nemesis in her transport business. In a moment of desperation, she hires Sukhdeep Singh (Harish Verma) to help her. Sukh has no intentions of working for her and has his own vested interests at heart. Jaanu (Rubina Bajwa) becomes collateral damage in the process and Sukh realizes that he has the ability to do something in life whereas he had always underestimated himself. But in a twist that no one sees coming, Garry Randhawa (Amrinder Gill) enters the fray, holding his cards close to his heart in matters of emotions and business. The characters soon come to realize that one often meets their destiny on the road less taken.
Every Amrinder Gill film is special. He announces his films a month before its release, brings out the trailer and songs all within 10 days of release, and still manages to generate hype around the movie. If there’s anyone in Polly wood defying film marketing and social media presence rules, it’s this star. His latest film Laiye Je Yaarian has now arrived in theaters. The makers have made it clear that it’s a Harish Verma film with just a cameo by Gill. But that doesn’t stop his fans from swamping the theaters.