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Neeru Bajwa and Jazzy B starrer Punjabi movie ‘Snowman’ set for Sept 10 release

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Chandigarh, March 7, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Gippy Grewal and his team never leave any stone unturned to entertain audiences. Recently, they have launched a new production house ‘Superstar Films’. Within one month of its launch, Superstar Films started shooting for their first film ‘Snowman’.

Rana Ranbir directorial ‘Snowman’ features himself, Neeru Bajwa and Jazzy B in the lead roles. The story of the film is also written by Rana Ranbir. Gippy Grewal and Aman Khatkar have produced this film under Superstar Films and Aman Khatkar productions. Snowman marks the debut of ‘Aman Khatkar’s son Arshi Khatkar. The shoot of the film has completed in the beautiful locations of Canada.

Talking about the project, Jazzy B said, “As an artist, we always aspire to try new things with each project. And Snowman is such a script which will be path-breaking for Punjabi cinema. We have worked hard on the script and project. I just hope we will be able to entertain the audience.”

Director of the film ‘Rana Ranbir’ said, “The Year 2020 has been very difficult for the entertainment industry. And now when things are getting back to normal, we will try our best to redeem the industry. The shoot of the film has completed and we are looking forward to showing this to audiences.”

‘Snowman’ is all set to hit the theatres on 10th September 2021.

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