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NEERU BAJWA, AMRIT MAAN STARRER 'AATE DI CHIDI' RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED

By Siddharth Singh . 29th March 2018 04:10pm
NEERU BAJWA, AMRIT MAAN STARRER 'AATE DI CHIDI' RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED

The maker of 'Rabb Da Radio' and 'Sardar Mohammad', Harry Bhatti is back with his next flick ‘Aate Di Chidi’. And in the lead is the Bamb Jatt, known for his swaggy mustache and stylish beard, singer-actor Amrit Maan. The songster will be seen opposite Queen of Pollywood Neeru Bajwa who will be playing the love interest of Amrit Maan in the movie. Other than latter actors you will also see prominent Punjabi actor Gurpreet Ghuggi, BN Sharma, Anmol Verma, Karamjit Anmol, Harby Sangha and veteran actor Sardar Sohi in pivotal roles in the film. ‘Aate Di Chidi’ is a comedy genre which is being presented by Teg Productions and will be produced by Charanjit Singh. Shooting for the movie will soon begin and it will shot in locales of Punjab and Cannada. Talking about Amrit Maan, Neeru Bajwa had recently stated;

I have recently worked with Amrit Maan, which was a short but sweet experience. Now we are about to start Aate Di Chidi and are definitely excited. I had liked the idea right from the time the story was narrated to me. Working with Maan and the director, Harry Bhatti will for sure be an enriching experience.
On the other hand, Maan stated saying;
I feel more responsible; in fact, I was star struck working with Neeru Bajwa in Laung Laachi. But now I am looking forward to the beginning of the shoot.
[caption id="attachment_32750" align="alignnone" width="1080"]AATE DI CHIDI Source[/caption] After the first look poster of the film which has been released recently here comes the release date for the film. The film will be released this year on the festive season of Dussehra, that is October 19, 2018. The director of the film Harry Bhatti feels he has always been considered as a serious director, the one who focuses on important issues. He said, "I am trying something out of my comfort zone and hope that people will accept it the same way as they have loved my works earlier."

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