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Debut as lead star excites Rajvir Jwanda

Debut as lead star excites Rajvir Jwanda
Star cast of Punjabi movie Jind Jaan during film promotion in Amritsar on Saturday. Photo: Sunil Kumar

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, June 8

The Punjabi cinema has found its niche in different corners of the world, yet grabbing audiences’ attention depends entirely on the quality of content. And makers of the upcoming Punjabi film ‘Jind Jaan’, starring Rajvir Jawanda and Sara Sharma in lead roles, promise to deliver quality along with the fresh appeal of these two young actors.

Singer Rajvir Jawanda seems excited about his upcoming project, a first venture as lead actor. “I have already acted in Simarjeet Singh’s film ‘Subedar Joginder Singh’, but ‘Jind Jaan’ is my first film as a lead role. Acting has always been a dream for me and I am lucky that singing helped me chase this dream.”

The film has been directed by Darshan Bagga and the story too has been penned by him. A romantic comedy as the title suggests, like every Punjabi film this too has an ensemble of star cast including comedian Jaswinder Bhalla, Harby Sangha and Upasana Singh, all of whom have now become inherent reason of Punjabi film’s performance on box office.

About his role, Jawanda says that in this film, he plays the role of a young man of Punjab who wants to become a singer. “He sings very well and goes abroad from Punjab for a job. There he gets a job to teach music to a wealthy girl in a foreign country. That’s where the love story begins.

Film’s lead actress Sara Sharma is super excited to be a part of Punjabi cinema and says she is overwhelmed for having worked with the legends of Punjabi cinema such as Bhalla, Upasana Singh and Harby Sandhu.

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