Tribune Information Service
Amritsar, September 15
Actor and politician Raj Babbar is ready to make a comeback on silver display after a spot of 5 years with the upcoming horror flick ‘Bhoot Uncle Tussi Nice Ho’. The actor at the moment visited Golden Temple together with famous filmmaker KC Bokadia, who’s helming the Punjabi comedy-horror flick scheduled for launch this 12 months.
Babbar, who was final seen in ‘Tevar’, mentioned he felt at dwelling each time he visited Amritsar. “It’s been my dwelling for lengthy as I spent my childhood right here. I had household right here and nonetheless do. The holy metropolis has a particular place in my coronary heart.”
Babbar mentioned the upcoming film ‘Bhoot Uncle Tussi Nice Ho’ relies on a household, who finds goal and true value of being a household by a ghost. “The film isn’t just a spoof, however has parts of spirituality and message of gurus included by its characters and storyline. Nice effort has been made by all the crew to make sure that we convey good content material on display after this lengthy hole.”
Aside from Babbar, Bollywood veteran and his co-actor in lots of movies, Jaya Prada is ready to make her Punjabi movie debut. The movie additionally has common stars of Pollywood Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjeet Anmol, Harby Sandhu, Ihana Dhillon, Sardar Sohi and Guggu Gill. The movie was scheduled to launch earlier this 12 months, however received delayed as a result of pandemic.
This is able to be KC Bokadia’s second Punjabi manufacturing after ‘Meri Vahuti Da Vyah’. The filmmaker who has given memorable motion pictures like ‘Teri Meherbaniyan’, ‘Naseeb Apna Apna’, and ‘Phool Bane Angarey’ has been constructive about his entry into Punjabi movie business.
“My remedy of directing any content material stays the identical, I at all times aspire to provide healthful expertise to viewers by my movies and never stick to 1 style. Horror comedies have carried out properly just lately and is choosing up as a preferred style in Bollywood and its nonetheless a brand new style in Punjabi movies. I’m hopeful that viewers will like our effort,” he mentioned.