Happy Birthday Ammy Virk and Amrinder Gill: Celebrating the Birthdays of Two Talented Punjabi Actors with their 5 Underappreciated Movies
Ammy Virk and Amrinder Gill, two of the most talented and versatile actors in the Punjabi entertainment industry, are celebrating their birthdays this month. Born on May 11th, these actors are renowned for their exceptional acting skills and melodious voices. On this special occasion, let's take a moment to honor and celebrate their significant contribution to the entertainment industry.
As these two talented artists celebrate their birthdays this month, fans worldwide have been inundating social media with messages and wishes. Fans have showered Ammy Virk and Amrinder Gill with praises for their remarkable contributions to the entertainment industry and expressed their profound admiration for their natural acting abilities and soulful singing voices.
Discover 10 Hidden Gem Movies of Ammy Virk and Arminder Gill You Need to Watch:
Love Punjab - This 2016 drama-comedy explores the impact of divorce on a family, as a couple struggles to reconcile their differences for the sake of their son.
Angrej - Set in pre-independence India, this 2015 film follows a young man who falls in love with a woman from a different caste, leading to a clash between their families.
Lahoriye - Set against the backdrop of the partition of India and Pakistan, this 2017 romantic drama follows a young man who falls in love with a woman from the other side of the border.
Munde U.K. De - This 2009 romantic comedy tells the story of two friends who travel to the UK in search of their true love, but end up falling for the same woman.
Chal Mera Putt (2019)
Directed by Janjot Singh, Chal Mera Putt is a comedy-drama film that features Arminder Gill and Simi Chahal in lead roles. The movie tells the story of a group of Punjabi immigrants who are living in the UK and their struggles to make a living.
"Nikka Zaildar" (2016): This comedy-drama starred Ammy Virk as Nikka, a young man who falls in love with a woman who is already engaged to someone else. The film was appreciated for its performances and storyline but didn't receive the same level of recognition as some of Ammy's other films.
"Bambukat" (2016): Set in a Punjabi village in the 1960s, "Bambukat" tells the story of two sisters and their love interests. Ammy Virk played the role of the younger sister's love interest, which earned him critical acclaim for his acting skills.
"Harjeeta" (2018): This sports biopic was based on the life of Indian hockey player Harjeet Singh Tuli, who led the Indian team to victory in the 2016 Men's Hockey Junior World Cup. Ammy Virk played the lead role of Harjeet and received praise for his performance, but the film didn't receive as much attention as it deserved.
"Muklawa" (2019): This romantic comedy was set in the 1960s and featured Ammy Virk in the lead role of Shinda, a young man who is eager to marry his childhood sweetheart. The film was appreciated for its performances and storyline, but it didn't receive as much recognition as some of Ammy's other films.
Saab Bahadar (2017): This mystery thriller features Ammy Virk in the lead role of a police officer investigating a series of murders in a small town. The film was praised for its gripping storyline and Ammy's strong performance. However, it didn't receive as much attention as some of his other films.
These movies may not have received as much attention as some of Amrinder Gill and Ammy Virl's other work, but they offer a unique glimpse into Punjabi cinema and showcase the actor's range as an artist.
- PTC PUNJABI