Shooting Of Gippy Grewal’s Shava Ni Girdhari Lal Wraps Up, To Release On 17 December 2021

Shooting Of Gippy Grewal’s Shava Ni Girdhari Lal Wraps Up, To Release On 17 December 2021

Another update in the Punjabi cinema world is that the shooting of one of the most awaited Punjabi films of the year, Shava Ni Girdhari Lal has finally wrapped up. Founder and Chairman of the Omjee Group, Munish Omjee let out the important information through a post on his social media.

The much awaited Punjabi film stars Gippy Grewal along with Himanshi Khurana and Neeru Bajwa in important roles. Surilie Gautam is also set to star in the upcoming film. Gippy Grewal has now established himself as a reputed director in the Punjabi film industry and is about to take his directorial venture forward with Shava Ni Girdhari Lal.

Not only as a lead actor and a director, but Gippy is also going to produce the upcoming film. The movie’s theme has been set up in the 1940s and it is going to be a period comedy film. Humble Motion Pictures, Omjee Star Studios and Pooja Entertainment are going to present the film in a collaborative effort. It will also star Rana Ranbir, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol, Payal Rajput and many other brilliant actors.

The movie is set to make its worldwide theatrical release on 17 December, 2021. 2021 is already a big year for Gippy as he’s going to release his album ‘Limited Edition’ this year. He’s already released a few of the album’s songs, all of which have been loved by the audience. With Shava Ni Girdhari Lal, Gippy aims to make the year bigger for him in terms of cinema too. 

Shava Ni Girdhari Lal: Gippy Grewal’s Upcoming Punjabi Movie To Release On December 17, 2021

Gippy also has a long list of films ahead of him in which he will be working as an actor, director or a producer. Maa, Widow Colony, Snowman, Warning and even Shava Ni Girdhari Lal, the multi-talented artist is having the time of his career!

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