A perfect mélange of talent, creativity and intellect, Anurag Singh, Punjab’s one of the most successful film directors, is an extremely down-to-earth and soft-spoken man on the surface! However, under that calm exterior lies a bundle of passion and enthusiasm, which is illustrated by the variety of films he has been behind. From the entertainers like Jatt and Juliet series &YaarAnmulle to a socio-political drama like Punjab 1984, Anurag has proved his mettle enough as a director and now he’s all set to begin a new innings of his life, by donning the hat of a producer.

Punjabi music Industry has been testimony to  new talent emerges, since time immemorial. And people welcome the talent with open arms. Such a fresh talent had entered the industry last year. Singer Tazz made his debut in the Punjabi Music Industry with the song ‘Fer Kehra Mar Gye Aa’. The song was a sad romantic number and did wonders to people. It was loved so much by people that it has crossed more than 2 million views on YouTube.

Meera Chopra, the cousin of Priyanka Chopra and who is inarguably one of the most prominent actresses in the Tollywood industry was recently present in the city beautiful for the Chandigarh Style Week at Welcome Hotel Bellavista. So, we decided to trace her journey in the film industry with her talking to us about her experiences so far. A few statements provided by her in the interview, turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the Ballewood industry, and we are pretty sure that the same immense pleasure and thrill shall witnessed be you. There you go!

Rana Ranbir has been the staple ingredient of almost every super hit Punjabi movie so far. From being the Shampy in Jatt and Juliet, to enacting Manpreet, the bhangra coach in Ambarsariya, he has proven the critics his worth in the industry.

Rubina Bajwa, a young and zealous actress, who has made her presence felt in our film industry even before her debut film’s release, ticks all the factors needed to become the next-big-thing in Ballewood! Beautiful. Check!

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