The much-awaited film of 2019 ‘Ardaas Karaan‘ is setting all the levels high with its standards. The content and subject of the film, like its prequel ‘Ardaas‘, is making the audience go crazy over it. And now finally, the Ardaas Karaan Chapter 2 is released. The makers of ‘Ardaas Karaan’ has planned on dropping different chapters of the movie; each chapter has a tale of its own. Now after the release of the first chapter around two weeks ago, the makers have presented Ardaas Karaan Chapter 2.
Chapter 2 narrates the story of elderlies who sacrificed their lives for their kids and later, they are mistreated in the age when they need the utmost care, love, attention, and top of all respect. Feeling rejected and disrespected by their own kids, the elders decide to end their lives. Just then, Gippy Grewal’s character makes an entry and tells them that even if they wish to die, for once they should first live to the maximum. From there, the journey to find hope begins.
Check out the Ardaas Karaan Chapter 2 here:
While Chapter 2 is intriguing and heart touching, it leaves the audience wanting to watch the film. The audience is saluting Gippy Grewal for making such a film which is the story of every other family.
The reactions of the fans on social media:
Es To Wdh Ke Kujh N Ho Skda @ArdaasKaraan
Next Level Aa Punjabi Industry Lyi Dilo Salute Respect Mere Ustaad G Sachi Bht jyada Sohna Mere Ustaad G Hun bs Besbri nal intzar g sanu Movie da love u Mere @igippygrewal
Ustaad G Love u 😘😘
— Aman Mehta (@Aman_mehta001) July 8, 2019
Earlier ‘Ardaas Karaan’ Chapter 1 left us spellbound, the way it presented the roller coaster of many sentiments. Undoubtedly, Ardaas Karaan is going to be the best heart-touching film ever made in the Punjabi language.
‘Ardaas Karaan’ is directed and produced by Gippy Grewal. The film is slated to release on July 19. The movie stars Gippy Grewal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Japji Khaira, Meher Vij, Sardar Sohi, Yograj Singh, Sapna Pabbi, Malkeet Rauni and more in pivotal roles. The story of the movie has been penned by Gippy Grewal and Rana Ranbir.