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Are you ready for Nishawn Bhullar's next movie titled 'Masand'? | Gabruu

By Ritika Nath . 9th September 2019 01:00pm

It is said that, “No matter what talent will always finds its way”, and this is the reason that artists of the Punjabi entertainment industry always rise and shine with whatever they do. Our industry is filled with multi-talented artists who don’t limit themselves to a single field; in fact they try their luck in variant other fields.

One such name that comes to our mind is of Nishawn Bhullar, the talented singer, record producer and songwriter.  The singer recently received immense love and appreciation for his performance in the movie Mitti Virasat Babbaran Di which was released last month.

Not only with his movie, Nishawn Bhullar has also managed to win hearts of the masses with his super hit tracks like –‘Sarpanchi, Muchh, Fan Following, California’ and many more. He has always proved himself and his capability with whatever he does.

Now, it seems like once again he is all set to bring something different for his fans with his next project which is a movie titled ‘Masand’. The official poster of which was recently shared by him through his Instagram handle, have a look.

The film is based on a true incident and beside Nishawn Bhullar we will also see Rabbi Kandola who was earlier seen in ‘Mitti Virasat babbaran Di’. Talking about the film details, it is written by Rabbi Kandola which is helmed by Shaharanjeet Singh. The movie is bankrolled by Vinay Jindal and is presented by Living Dreams Entertainment. ‘Masand’ will be hitting the theaters on May 15,2020.

Now it will be interesting to know what interesting character will be played by Nishawn Bhullar in this movie. Other than this, Nishawn Bhullar has always managed to excel in every field, so we are quite sure that once again he will prove his talent and skills with this project.

How much excited are you for this movie, let us know in the comment section below. For more such updates, keep visiting Gabruu.com

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