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Nikka Zaildar 3 to hit theaters on 20th September 2019

Nikka Zaildar 3 to hit theaters on 20th September 2019

After winning the national award for Best Punjabi Film ‘Harjeeta’ now Ammy Virk is coming with his next project. This new project is the next part of his previous film ‘Nikka Zaildar’. Its sequel part  titled ‘Nikka Zaildar 2’ was also a hit film so the makers has decided to make its third part. In

66th National Film Awards: Ammy Virk’s ‘Harjeeta’ wins the Best Punjabi Film title

National Film Awards: Ammy Virk’s ‘Harjeeta’ wins the Best Punjabi Film title

After a long wait, the winners of the 66th National Film Awards have been announced. While normally, the recipients of the National Film Awards are announced in April and the presentation takes place on May 3 every year, it was delayed this time owing to the Lok Sabha polls. The awards were announced today with

Diljit Dosanjh, Ammy Virk shared diet

Must read! Diljit Dosanjh, Ammy Virk shared their diet and workout plan

Diljit Dosanjh, Ammy Virk shared diet: Pollywood cinema is lined up with movies based on hockey next year.  Three Pollywood actors are currently sailing in the same boat. Diljit Dosanjh, Ammy Virk and Ranjit Bawa are all working on Hockey based movies Soorma, Harjeeta and Khido Khundi respectively.Recently Soorma’s poster was released and Ammy Virk took to twitter

Ammy Virk major transformation for upcoming film "Harjeeta".

Ammy Virk major transformation for upcoming film “Harjeeta”

Ammy Virk major transformation for upcoming film “Harjeeta”. Famous Punjabi singer and actor Ammi Virk is making headlines with his major body’s transformation . According to news , Ammy Virk is working for his upcoming film “Harjeeta ” which is based on Hockey .HARJEETA is based on the life of Harjeet Singh who led Indian

Pollywood upcoming movies

Pollywood lined up with movies based on hockey

Pollywood upcoming movies : Film Industry started a new trend of doing films based on sports. Talking about few movies  of B-town, ‘Lagaan’ starring Aamir Khan directed by Ashutosh Gowariker in 2001, showcased cricket and then the trend followed. Bollywood started its league with cricket based movies either fiction, based on true incidents or biopics, but in