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I'm One Of The Highest Paid Actors In South India - Says Dev Gill


By: Team | May 7, 2016

The South Indian Punjabi actor, Dev Gill is currently promoting his upcoming film Saadey CM Saab releasing on the 27th of June. He will be seen playing the main villain in the film which has the lead actor Harbhajan Mann as the protagonist.

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For those who don't know Saadey CM Saab is being touted as Punjabi Film Industry’s biggest movie in terms of budget, visual effects and promotion. The most welcoming initiative for the Punjabi cinema to go global, taken by this team, is that this movie will be released worldwide in two languages - Hindi and Punjabi!

Saadey CM Saab is the first ever Punjabi movie to be dubbed in Hindi.

While talking to us, Dev Gill openly confessed that he is one of the most highest paid actors in South Indian film industry and therefore, he ought to work even harder to deliver the desired results for his films.


Here's the complete interaction:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uiS4hsXDl4

Dev Singh Gill is one of South Indian Cinema’s biggest antagonist who starred in renowned South Indian Director S.S. Rajamouli’s Magadheera and Rajnikanth starrer Lingaa, in a negative Role. He is a protégé of S S Rajamouli and  is currently South Indian Cinema’s most celebrated villains. Not only South Indian Cinema, Gill is known for his role as Abdul Khaliq, also known as the fastest man of Asia in Farhan Akhtar's Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. He is also known for his character as Rajguru in Shaheed-E Azam. However, his negative character as Raghu Veer/Ranadev Billa in Telugu blockbuster Magadheera (2009) has been the most appreciated.

The movie is an out and out entertainer and falls in the thriller comedy genre.

“Quite contrary to the person I am, my role in the film is very loud and that of a true villain.” Sums up Dev Singh Gill

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