Watch: Priyanka Chopra launches trailer of her debut Punjabi production Sarvann
After the recent success of her maiden Marathi production Ventilator, Priyanka Chopra has now launched the trailer of her first Punjabi film. The film stars Amrinder Gill and is slated to release on Lohri next year.
After her debut Marathi production Ventilator, Priyanka Chopra has now launched the trailer of Sarvann, the first Punjabi film to be produced under her banner Purple Pebble Pictures.
News 18 reports that the trailer launch was held in Toronto, Canada and was attended by various Parliamentarians of the country.
Canada plays a crucial role in the Punjabi film as the story revolves around an NRI who returns to his motherland but soon finds himself ousted from his home owing to an unforeseen event.
The film is co-produced by Pooja Entertainment, the production banner of Vashu Bhagnani. After all the acclaim that he received for producing Omang Kumar’s Sarbjit earlier this year, Bhagnani is all set to tell yet another heartening story from Punjab.
The film stars renowned Punjabi actor and singer Amrinder Gill in the lead role. The supporting cast includes Ranjit Bawa and Simi Chahal. The film is directed by Karan Guliaani, who was also present at the trailer launch.
Chopra had launched her production banner with the intent to promote regional cinema and extend their reach to the mainstream space. Her mother Madhu Chopra is a co-founder and the Managing Director of Purple Pebble Pictures and manages operations while Priyanka is away.
According to a report by Zee News, Sarvann is slated to release on 13 January 2017.
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