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Shoot Of ‘Main Te Bapu’ Wraps Up As Parmish Verma Had To Join Fiancé For Election Campaign In Canada

Shoot Of 'Main Te Bapu' Wraps Up As Parmish Verma Had To Join Fiancé For Election Campaign In Canada

Punjabi singer, actor and director Parmish Verma has been making headlines for many months for his upcoming movie ‘Main Te Baapu’. In the film he will be seen sharing the screen with his father Dr Satish Verma. Also, along with Parmish and his father, actress Sanjeeda Shaikh who made her Punjabi debut with ‘Ashke’ will also be seen. The shoot went on the floors in April.

Now, the makers have recently wrapped up the shoot. Also, as per the sources, ‘Main Te Bapu’ team was under pressure to complete the shoot as Parmish had to join his fiancé in an election campaign in Canada.

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Omjee star studio founder Munish Sahni has shared the picture of the team from the last day of shoot while disclosing about the wrap up.

Further, Munish wrote, “A heartfelt thank you to each and every team member of Main Te Bapu for their relentless efforts and making this journey a beautiful and special one! See you in the cinemas!”
Check out some of the posts from the wrap-up party of Main Te Bapu that are doing the rounds on the Internet.

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Meanwhile, coming back to the film, Sunita Dhir, and Sukhwinder Chahal will also play crucial roles in the movie. The film is written by Jagdeep Warring and directed by Uday Pratap Singh. The release date has not been announced yet, but it is expected to hit the screens next year in 2022.

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