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Singer Jazzy B to debut as a bad boy in Punjabi film “Best of Luck”

Popular singer Jazzy B will be seen as a bad boy in his debut Punjabi film “Best of Luck”. Starring alongside Gippy Grewal, Binnu Dhillon, Puneet Issar and Simran Kaur Mundi, who is also making her debut in Punjabi films, Jazzy seems quite upbeat about his mobster big screen avatar.

Best of Luck ApnapunjabliveIn city, the star cast promoted the film while performing live at Alpha One mall. “I had been getting lot of offers but nothing exciting. I didn?t want a routine typical hero debut for myself. I didn’t want to act for the heck of it and wanted a role that I actually love playing. I play that role in Best of Luck,” says the singer.

Teaming up with Jazzy in this action-comedy is actor Gippy Grewal, who says that the story of the film revolves around the two characters played by Jazzy and himself. “The film is about two guys, Kullu, played by me and Goli, played by Jazzy. Their encounter creates funny situations every time. The film is an entertainer with all the right ingredients.”

Jazzy, who will be seen in his signature style on-screen as well, emphasised that the film is also high on production value. “Today, the audience is looking for two things such as good production and great story. In those terms, Best of Luck is a big budget film with production value equal to any big budget Bollywood film.”

The singer, who is on a roll with his hit songs, is also happy with his pace of work in Bollywood. “The Jugni track I did for Sahib, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns was quite appreciated. But working in Bollywood is altogether different. I don’t want to rush into things and am content with the projects I have,” he shares.

Another debutant in Punjabi films is Simran Kaur Mundi, who is now comfortably out of her modeling mould and is polishing the actor in her. Her Bollywood outing Jo Hum Chahein a thing of the past and she is excited about Best of Luck. “It’s like homecoming. The film was shot in Canada and Punjab. So during the entire shoot, I spoke in Punjabi and the hangover continued till I got back in Mumbai,” Simran remembers. The lissome beauty will play the leading lady and she hopes her debut marks her as a regular in Punjabi film industry. “It’s a growing industry and I am enjoying being a part of it. Also, being a Punjabi, home is always near.”

 

Neha Saini
Tribune News service

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