Celebrated Indian Punjabi singer, actor and producer Gippy Grewal is in Pakistan these days. The Carry On Jatta famed actor came to pay his homage at the Kartarpur Gurdwara.

News regarding the prominent singer Gippy Grewal has been making rounds on the internet. The singer expressed his gratitude to the PM of Pakistan for making his visit possible. He also thanked Pakistanis for their hospitality. In an interview with Tehseen Bajwa, Gippy Grewal revealed that he has seen Pakistani film, Punjab Nahi Jaungi. The actor revealed that he was impressed by the leading lady of the film, Mehwish Hayat. He expressed his wish to work with her!

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Following this, the highly adored actress Mehwish Hayat also thanked Gippy Grewal! She wrote, “Thank you for your words of appreciation. Glad that you are enjoying our films and hospitality. Let’s get you a Pakistani flick soon !”

Gippy Grewal and Mehwish Hayat will surely make a hit couple! We at Epk, have been urging that Pakistan should surely collaborate with Punjabi actors from India!

Here Is Why The Government Should Allow The Release Of Indian Punjabi Films

Indian Punjabi film Chal Mera Putt’s astonishing performance in the overseas market was proof that India and Pakistan’s collaboration on Punjabi films will wield fruit for both the communities.

Overseas Pakistanis came out to see Chal Mera Putt because the film starred 3 Pakistani actors Iftikhar Thakur, Nasir Chinyoti and Akram Udaas. The film become the all-time highest Punjabi grosser in the overseas market whereas it did an average business in its domestic market.

Pakistan already has congenial relationships with the Sikhs. It is time the Sikh and Pakistani community come together to revive the Punjabi cinema. We should collaborate and co-produce Punjabi films with the Sikh community. This collaboration can create a big market for Punjabi films overseas especially in Canada, Uk and the Usa, just like it did for Chal Mera Putt.

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