Gone is the time when artists focused on just one field they are perfect at. Actors turning singers and singers turning actors is no surprise now. Artists today like exploring multiple things and stepping out of the box. One such artist is our very own Dil Da Nai Maada, Sidhu Moosewala. A few months before, he bagged his first Pollywood film ‘Teri Meri Jodi’ and has completed the shoot for it.
The latest update about ‘Teri Meri Jodi’ is that the release date of the film has been pushed. Earlier, the movie which was to be released on 29 June will now hit the theatres on 13 September. The confirming this update the actresses of the film, Monica Sharma shared the poster of Teri Meri Jodi with the final release date on it.
Have a look at the poster:
Reportedly, Sidhu Moosewala is playing a cameo role in the film. He shared a picture of himself from the sets of Teri Meri Jodi. He looks dapper in the bandit avatar with a perfect Jeona Mour turban. The film features Victor Singh, Sammy Naz, Monica Sharma, Jazzy, King B Chauhan, and Arshpurva in pivotal roles. The teaser of the film is out and it seems like the film will have some comedy twists as well.
Watch the teaser here:
Talking about the film, Aditya Sood has written and directed the film. The director is famous for films like ‘Marjawa Gud Kha Ke’ and ‘Oye Hoye Pyaar Hogaya’. Harmandeep Sood is the producer of Teri Meri Jodi.
Talking about Sidhu Moosewala’s other projects, the singer turned actor took to his Instagram to share about his next acting venture. He will next be seen in a Punjabi film, ‘Yes I Am Student’.
Known for his songs like Sohne Lagde, Selfmade, Trend, Uchiyaan Gallan, All About You, Tochan and many others, Sidhu Moosewala has a huge fanbase. His songs are chartbusters and people love him and his songs, as the songs are the ones that tell his story and people just click to them. This time he is ready to surprise his fans and audience by his acting skills. Will he be able to match up to the expectations of his fans? Do let us know in the comment section below.