Amy Virk’s ‘Sher Bagga’ release, film postponed due to Sidhu’s death
Ammy Virk on Moosewala: Punjabi actor Amy Virk’s film ‘Sher Bagga’ was to release in theaters on June 10. But the death of singer-rapper Sidhu Musewala on May 29 forced him to postpone it.
In a statement, Amy said the team was “not in the right mood” for it. The film is now releasing on June 24. The actor spoke to his co-star Sonam Bajwa and writer-director Jagdeep Sidhu about the status of the film and the Punjabi film industry. “We can’t do anything we want,” Amy said. it is a compulsion. We have to do that. We don’t have a date available. From now on every week two Punjabi and one Hindi films are coming. This is the complete schedule from now till the middle of October. After that, in winter, our foreign trade slows down because of snow in North America, which is a big market for us.
50% of our business is from abroad and that affects us. Then, we had already released the trailer. Had it not been so, we would not have released the film. But Amy is thankful for how Punjabi film industry In such times, they have come forward to help each other. Amy Virk said, “My first The idea is not to do anything different. I want to keep it simple like a Punjabi boy. It should be natural. In the last one year, the South film industry has also earned in the Hindi belt at the box office with RRR, KGF: Chapter 2, Pushpa: The Rise and Vikram. Amy believes that now is the time for Punjabi films to do the same.