Ajay Devgn’s ‘Singham’ goes Punjabi

New Delhi [India], Nov 17 (ANI): Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn's blockbuster 'Singham' is now all set for Punjabi audience with an official remake. Ajay Devgn Films, Bhushan Kumar's T-Series and Panorama Studios have come together to venture into the Punjabi film industry for the 2011 hit. The movie went to floors on November 16. Directed by Navaniat Singh, the Punjabi remake will star the singer Parmish Verma as the heroic cop, and Sonam Bajwa as the female lead. "Ajay Devgn's Singham became a box office wonder in Hindi markets. Unlike what is believed, Punjabi films have an audience across the globe. We had previously made a couple of films in Punjabi with budgets no one even imagined investing for regional cinema back then. When the decision of producing Punjabi films was done, producing Singham remake was the right call. The audience is going to love it," said Bhushan Kumar. Talking about the remake, Abhishek Pathak, Managing Director, Panorama Studios added, "The Singham character played by Ajay Devgn is a household name across the country and Singham the film is one of the most successful franchises in Indian cinema. Punjabi films are big locally and have a large following overseas too. We felt a Punjabiremake with an interesting take on Singham would be the perfect choice for our entry into the Punjab film industry and with the combo of Parmish, Sonam and Director Navaniat Singh we are sure the audience is going to love this entertainer." The Hindi version of Singham was directed by Rohit Shetty. It revolved around an honest cop, who fights against injustice. (ANI)
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