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Pritam Singh To Mark His Acting Debut With ‘Rakaans’

By: Krishma | May 24, 2022

Recently, a new Punjabi movie has been announced by National Award-winning film director, Rajeev Kumar which is titled ‘Rakaans’. The film will mark the acting debut of Pritam Singh in the Punjabi industry, who is known for his appearances in several reality shows including ‘Bigg Boss’, ‘Nach Baliye’ and others.

Produced by debutant producer Hardeep Singh, the film is based upon a women-oriented subject which reflects the story of four girls and the ups and downs in their lives. Also Read : After Shehnaaz Gill, Jassie Gill Joins Salman Khan’s ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’

The female characters involved are a truck driver who has had to take to the profession due to her husband landing in jail, a television journalist, a university student and an NRI research scholar working on the polluted waters of Punjab. Also Read : Saunkan Saunkne Box Office Collection: May 20

Based in both rural and urban Punjab, the film will highlight the most sensitive topics of female subjugation and exploitation in the otherwise economically rich state. The shooting of the film will be carried out in and around Ludhiana. In addition, the film will also be shot in England.

Makers have claimed this one to be the first truly feminist Punjabi film which is scheduled to hit the theatres this Diwali. The shooting of the film shall start by the month end however the makers are yet to finalise the artists scheduled to act in the film. Also Read : Gurnam Bhullar And Kartar Cheema To Share Screen Space In ‘Khadari’

While talking exclusively to GhaintPunjab, Pritam opened up about his role and stated that "he will play a key important role of an innocent rural boy who drives taxi and studies simultaneously". Also Read : Lifetime Box Office Collection Of Aaja Mexico Challiye!

“I have been wanting to make this film for a very long time,’’ states Director Rajeev Kumar. “While I have touched upon many uncharted topics like illegal immigration, plight of Dalit Sikhs, bonded labour, this is the first time that I am making a truly women-centric film,” he adds.




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