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Trailer Unveiled of Punjabi social drama film ‘Sangraand’

Trailer Unveiled of Punjabi social drama film ‘Sangraand’

Amritsar, March 15, 2024 (Nannu Studio)
: The anticipation is palpable as the curtains rise on the much-awaited Punjabi social drama film ‘Sangraand’. Directed by the renowned director Inderpal Singh, this cinematic gem promises to touch the audience’s hearts with an emotional note, weaving together themes of redemption, love, and the indomitable human spirit.

One Above Films in association with Gavie Chahal Films and IPS Productions have presented the film, while Reethu Singh Cheema and VP Singh serve as the producers. The official Sangraand trailer was unveiled recently, leaving fans spellbound. Set against the picturesque backdrop of Punjab, the film introduces us to a world where shattered dreams collide with unwavering hopes.

Gavie Chahal, known for his intense performances, this time Chahal steps into the shoes of a man seeking redemption—a journey that will test his limits and redefine his character’s purpose. With grace and vulnerability, Sharan Kaur brings depth to her character, a woman torn between tradition and her desires.

With stellar star cast including, Shavinder Mahal, Rupinder Rupi, Gurpreet Bhangu, Sanju Solanki, Gurmeet Sajjan, Mahabir Bhullar, Aman Sutdhar, Kamalpreet Nazm, Davy Singh, Neetu Pandher, Lakha Lehri, Yaad Grewal and Satwant Kaur characterising some vital roles in the film.

"Sangraand is more than a film; it's an exploration of the human condition," says director Inderpal Singh. "Through our characters' struggles, we delve into universal themes—love, loss, and the pursuit of redemption. Punjab's rustic charm is the perfect backdrop for this emotional journey."

Mark your calendars! ‘Sangraand’ is slated for release on 22nd March 2024. As the countdown begins, cinephiles can expect gripping storytelling, soul-stirring performances, and visuals that linger long after the credits roll.
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