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KULWINDER BILLA STARTS DUBBING OF UPCOMING FILM ‘TELEVISION’ | GABRUU

By Gagan Bhullar . 26th June 2019 07:00pm

Making a film is not a cake walk, it is such a long procedure that includes pre-production which involves planning and preparing, then production mainly shooting of the film, and the last post-production which involves dubbing, mix and mastering and editing. The film which is now at its post-production stage is ‘Television’.

Recently, the main lead of the film ‘Kulwinder Billa’ took his Instagram to post about the dubbing of the film.


Along with him, Mandy Takhar is playing the female lead in the film. Apart from them, Gurpreet Ghuggi, B.N. Sharma and Harby Sangha have played the pivotal roles.

'Television' will mark the first production venture of director Simerjiy Singh under his own newly launched banner 'Simerjit Singh Production. The film will be directed by Taj, prior to this project Kulwinder Billa has already been associated with Mr. Singh, in his epic war directorial 'Subedar Joginder Singh'.  This film is produced by Pushpinder Kaur and Talwinder Hayre.

Kulwinder Billa has already proved his mettle in acting with ‘Prahuna’ and ‘Subedar Joginder Singh’. ‘Prahuna’ was a period film based on wedding drama and was a box-office hit. And ‘Subedar Joginder Singh’ was a multi starrer film starring Gippy Grewal, Rajvir Jawanda, Karamjit Anmol.


This is the first time Kulwinder Billa and Mandy Takhar are going to share the screen. However, prior to the release of ‘Television’ both have already completed the shoot of their second film. The title of the film is ‘Challe Mundiyan’ starring Ammy Virk and debutant Sonia in lead roles.

Mandy Takhar who was enjoying her vacations in Croatia will soon start the dubbing with the cast.

Earlier, the release date of the film was 25th January 2019, which was postponed. However, the new release date of ‘Television’ is yet to be revealed.

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