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Sonam Bajwa Welcomes Varun Dhawan To Punjab Saying 'Punjab Aake Hun Bas Punjabi Ch Gal Karni Aapan'

By: Gurwinder | January 22, 2019

ABCD 3  is the third installment of a popular Bollywood film series. Earlier it was in news for Katrina Kaif's exit and then for Shraddha Kapoor's entry in it. Now, there is a new addition to the cast and that too from our very own Punjabi film circle!

Sassy Sonam Bajwa will be seen in a special song in the Varun-Shraddha starrer ABCD 3.

Clearing the air that it isn't her Bollywood debut, Sonam shares, "I feel happy and grateful to be a part of this project. I get to play a Punjabi girl in the song. I am super happy to be playing what I actually am and in the place where I get so much love and support from. Looking forward to working with Remo Sir and Varun."

Earlier she was shortlisted for another dance-based b-flick titled Happy New Year but things didn't go as expected and the team chose to cast a popular face over a newcomer.

Remo D'souza has just kick-started his Punjab schedule and Varun Dhawan & Sonam Bajwa are all set to shoot for their respective parts in the coming days. According to sources, Shraddha will be playing a Pakistani girl in the film so it will be India vs Pakistan based dance competition in the film.

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On reaching Punjab, Varun shared a tweet on his handle and quoted "As we begin we seek ur blessings before reaching Punjab for the first sched of #3 with @bajwasonam @remodsouza" @itsBhushanKumar"

Welcoming him to Punjab, Sonam quoted "Punjab aake hun bas punjabi ch gal karni aapan"

On the Punjabi film front, her hands are full with Singham Remake, Guddian Patole and Muklawa.

About her Bollywood debut, we asked if there's something on the cards and she said, "I still haven’t finalized any script. My team is talking to 2 production houses. Will let you know once things are confirmed."


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