Pollywood singer turned actor and actor turned Director, Gippy Grewal is a man of many talents who never misses an opportunity to entertain and grab his fans affection and love using his talent. Whether it be acting, singing, direction or production, he has proved his master his in every field and now is venturing into the world of digital with the upcoming web series titled 'Warning' and its trailer is also here. Gippy Grewal is real Jack of all trades.
Punjabi web-series are getting a lot of appreciation and love from the audience. Gippy Grewal who has made a lot of difference in the Punjabi film industry with ‘Ardaas Karaan’, is going to do something different again. Gippy Grewal soon going to release his new Web series 'Warning'.
Let us tell you, Warning is a gangster-drama series that follows the story of an aspiring wannabe gangster, played by Prince Kanwaljit who is asked to murder a famous and powerful local mafia and what turns the events take in his life after that.
The trailer of 'Warning' is quite impressive and full of action, thrill and with a pinch of comedy that is sure to be loved by the fans of Gippy Grewal and Prince Kanwaljit.
Gippy Grewal took to his instagram account to share the trailer of the same writing: " @humblemotionpictures Presents Warning Webseries Trailer Out Now
Written & Produced By - @gippygrewal
Directed By - @amarhundal1".
Check the post here:
Punjabi gangster-drama web series 'Warning' is written and produced by man of all talents Gippy Grewal under the banner of Humble Motion Pictures and directed by Amar Hundal. Starring Prince Kanwaljit, Mahabir Bhullar, Ashish Duggal, and Aman Kotish in lead roles.
There is no such news regarding the release date of the series yet but season one will be released soon. The fans are eagerly looking forward to it.
Image Source: Instagram/gippygrewal, youtube/humblemusic/ gabruu
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