'Puaada' Will Be The First Punjabi Film To Hit The Theatres After COVID 19 Pandemic, Starring Ammy Virk And Sonam Bajwa

Ammy Virk and Sonam Bajwa starrer Punjabi film 'Puaada' is going to hit the box office on 11th March after exactly a year

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'Puaada' Will Be The First Punjabi Film To Hit The Theatres After COVID 19 Pandemic, Starring Ammy Virk And Sonam Bajwa
Raise your hand if you are missing watching films in the theatres. Ask us! We are dying to celebrate good films hitting the box office. Guess what! The wait is over. Pollywood is all set to release its first film ‘Puaada’ in theatres on 11th March 2021, exactly one year after cinemas shut down in last March. Ammy Virk and Sonam Bajwa starrer film ‘Puaada’ which means ‘Panga’ in Punjabi, will be the first Punjabi film to release in theatres after COVID 19 pandemic. 

Recently, actress Sonam Bajwa took to her social media and uploaded the poster of the film which looks quite peppy, vibrant and appealing. She captioned the poster and wrote, “Pyaar kitta fer #Puaada tey paina, in cinemas 11th March”


Coming to the credits, ‘Puaada’ is made by A&A Pictures and Brat Films, the two companies that brought the mega-blockbuster ‘Shadaa’ starring Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa to screens in June 2019. It is directed by Rupinder Chahal and produced by Atul Bhalla, Pawan Gill, Anurag Singh, Aman Gill, Balwinder Singh Janjua. Also, this time the makers have Zee Studios on board. 

‘Puaada’ was initially decided to get released in June 2020, a peak time of coronavirus lockdown. But for obvious reasons that it got delayed and we are pretty excited to enjoy the film with the entire family on theatres.




Image Source: Instagram/sonambajwa/ammyvirk