Recently released punjabi movie ‘Jatt Brothers’ featuring Guri alongside Jass Manak got praise from all sides. Now , the producer of said film is all set to team up with Guri for another upcoming project. Guri will be in lead role while Ronak Joshi stars as female lead .The film will  titled to be ‘Lover’. It will hit the theatres on May 27 , 2022. The official poster of movie ‘Lover’ has been released. From the poster , it looks like that the movie is based on school time love story . The trailer and movie has been yet to be released but Guri’s fans are already too excited for his upcoming project . The said film is written by Dilsher Singh and Khushpal Singh.
Sharing things about the movie , producer KV Dhillon said,”It’s a tragic love story of a school going boy and girl. It’s a heart touching romantic film which will strike a chord with the audiences. We completed shooting for this in Punjab and it’s all set to release this May. I’m really excited about this one and hope audiences will connect to the story and give love as they gave to my previous projects.” Further he revealed his expression about working with Guri ,”It’s great working with a talent like Guri. He has really worked hard for the character and audience will love his innocence on screen. I’m sure people will be in love with his character. It feels amazing working with him as he’s a gem of a person and thorough professional. I would absolutely love to work with him again and again.”
Further, KV Dhillon talked about that how corona pandemic affected the showbiz and gradually films getting released in theatres, he adds ,”My previous film Kaka Pardhan, which released in theatres last December, first time after pandemic (second wave) didn’t do that well. But now, with eased curbs and situations getting back to normal, things are taking off as my film Jatt Brothers did quite well and I’m hopeful for the upcoming ones too. Things are getting better on the business front as too many films are opting for theatrical release. After facing difficult times for two years, it is a sign of relief for producers.”