Jalandhar, March 6
“Punjabi movie industry keeps on entertaining its audience and has always something new in its store to offer their audience,” said Punjabi singer turned actor Ammy Virk who was in city today along with Pollywood queen Neeru Bajwa and Amberdeep, famous writer-director of Punjabi cinema, for the promotion of their upcoming film ‘Laung Laachi’.
Virk, who has acted in movies like Nikka Zaildar series, Bambukaat, Angrez and Ardaas, said, “The movie is a love story of a girl who falls in love with her husband after marriage. It highlights true relationship of a husband and wife and will also make the audience understand the hardships and difficulties that the couple face in their lifetime.”
Villagers Film Studio this time is bringing a new flavour of romance and comedy with a pinch of emotional drama through this movie. The movie will also give a beautiful message to the audience that money might buy you everything but not happiness, and one can only be happy if one shares a true bond and have someone by their side on whom they can rely anytime he added.
A year after Jindua, Neeru Bajwa is finally making a comeback and that too in a true ‘desi’ avatar, commenting upon her comeback and role in the film, the actress said, “This movie is entirely a family-based romantic and comedy initiative that has been beautifully written by Amberdeep Singh.
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