Rabb Da Radio is a family movie that revolves around family problems, love, hate and much more. The story of the movie, Rabb Da Radio will take you to Punjab during the 80s and 90s. It shows the relationship between Naseeb and Guddi, who are cousins. But this relationship changes when a rich boy falls in love with Guddi and ask for the help from Naseeb to marry Guddi. And when Naseeb refuses, then the boy takes help from his aunt and fix his marriage with Guddi. But when Naseeb’s mother-in-law came to know all this, then she throws Naseeb out of the house that leads to Guddi’s relationship with Naseeb and his marriage. At the end, Rabb Da Radio story will reveal that whether Naseeb will able to sort things out with her mother-in-law?
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