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Posted at: Jul 12, 2018, 1:39 AM; last updated: Jul 12, 2018, 1:39 AM (IST)

‘Vadhayiyaan ji Vadhayiyaan’ a movie with a tinge of humour

‘Vadhayiyaan ji Vadhayiyaan’ a movie with a tinge of humour
Cast and crew of upcoming Punjabi film ‘Vadhayiyaan ji Vadhayiyaan’ in Jalandhar on Wednesday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, July 11

After the success of “Laavaan Phere and Carry On Jatta 2”, Director Smeep Kang is all set to give its audience another comic flick, “Vadhayiyaan ji Vadhayiyaan”.

The star cast of the film includes Binnu Dhillon, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Jaswinder Bhalla, BN Sharma, Karamjit Anmol and Kavita Kaushik. The story and screenplay of the film has been written by Vaibhav Suman and Shreya Srivastava and the dialogues have been written by Rakesh Dhawan.

The team was in city to promote the film. A versatile and seasoned actor, who is also the producer of the film, Binnu Dhillon along with other producers Ashok Bhalla , Amit Bhalla and Atul Bhalla and other senior actors, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Jaswinder Bhalla and the Director Smeep Kang, interacted with media on this occasion and shared a few things about the film.

Smeep Kang, the Director, said, “We can’t reveal much about the story of the film at this moment but this film is going to be a mixture of entertaining punches and jokes which is going to be really hilarious.” He further added, “I believe that film making is a great art and there is an unlimited scope of experiment and innovation for which I am always ready.”

The lead actress, Kavita Kaushik also added, “I am quite happy to be a part of the Punjabi Film Industry as this is my third Punjabi film.

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