There are two movies this year that have kept social media on its toes. One project has one of the strongest actresses of Pollywood playing the lead alongside a newcomer male lead. The other has the most famous Pollywood singer-cum-actor who has been to and taken Bollywood by storm alongside a beautiful songstress from Punjab making her acting debut. Well, without playing any more dumb charades and find-who with you, we're talking about Laung Laachi and Sajjan Singh Rangroot, two of the most awaited releases of 2018. The much-anticipated film Laung Laachi has been in news right from the day it was conceptualized. Be it because it stars Neeru Bajwa in the lead role, or because this is the acting debut of famous Punjabi screenwriter, Amberdeep Singh. The ambitious project is being produced by Ammy Virk's Villagers Film Studio in collaboration with Amberdeep Productions. With such big names attached to Laung Laachi, it sure is one of the most looked forward to release of this year. The latest update from squad Laung Laachi is that the first look of the film is around the corner. The news was shared by the producer himself on his Instagram. Take a look: [caption id="attachment_28652" align="alignnone" width="922"] source: instagram[/caption] While Laung Laachi's post-production is moving along at a steady pace, Sajjan Singh Rangroot has just wrapped up its shooting. The film stars Diljit Dosanjh in the titular role and is the acting debut vehicle of Patakhe Paun Nu singer Sunanda Sharma. The film is being helmed by the award-winning director Pankaj Batra. The film is set to release on 23rd March 2018. The film's poster and trailer will be shared anytime soon, as reported by the Rangroot Dosanjh himself. He shared the wrap-up pics on his Instagram, saying
"#Rangroot Aj Film Da Shoot Finish Ho Geya.. SHUKAR SHUKAR... Hun First Official Poster Te Trailer Anytime Aa Sakda... Baba Sukh Rakhe"[caption id="attachment_28656" align="alignnone" width="925"] source: instagram[/caption] Well, we are looking forward to all what's in store from these films. Aren't you?