Ik Sandhu Hunda Si Teaser Starring Gippy Grewal, Neha Sharma Released

The film was scheduled to release on February 28th but it got changed. Now the film is releasing on 21st February. The posters of the same have been shared on social media. The film has been directed by Rakesh Mehta and will be produced by Bally Singh Kakkar

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Ik Sandhu Hunda Si Teaser Starring Gippy Grewal, Neha Sharma Released
The film Ik Sandhu Hunda Si teaser has released. The film stars Gippy Grewal and Neha Sharma in the lead actor. Earlier, the pre teaser was released on January 9 of this month. The film has been directed by Rakesh Mehta and will be produced by Bally Singh Kakkar. 

Gippy Grewal released the teaser on its official Instagram handle, “h kahani kalli Sandhu de pyaar di hi nahi yaari di vi hai.. duniya dekhugi.” According to The Times Of India, the film was scheduled to release on February 28th but it got changed. Now the film is releasing on 21st February. The posters of the same have been shared on social media.


The reason for the dates change is that Jagdeep Sidhu has requested Gippy to reschedule the release date of his film. Jagdeep Sidhu’s ‘Sufna’ is releasing on February 14 and Gippy accepted his request.

Meanwhile, Gippy Grewal recently is blessed with the third son and he has shared the picture of the baby. “Other things may change us, but we start and end with the family. Shukar Datiya,” he had captioned the picture in which his other two sons are also visible. 

On the work front, Gippy was last seen in ‘Daaka’ with opposite Zareen Khan. Daaka is a film about how a poor boy who is in love with a rich girl wins her heart and make a nice impression inform of her father. In this process, the boy tries to loot a bank and how he protects himself is the film all about. The film was appreciated very much at the box office.


Image Source:- instagram/gippygrewal
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