Fans look forward to seeing Aamir Khan again on the screen, who was last seen in Thugs Of Hindostan. The actor on his birthday announced that the next actor will work in Lal Singh Chaddha, which is the official remake of Tom Hanks protagonist, Forrest Gump. The actor is in these days in a recognition spree for his film and that is why he went to Punjab, where he met his good friend and Punjabi actor and singer, Gippy Grewal.
According to reports, Lal Singh Chaddha of Aamir Khan will take you to hundreds of different places across the country. During this process, Aamir Khan landed in Punjab for filming some parts of his film. There, his good friend and punjabi actor and singer Gippy Grewal met him. Gippy helped Aamir with the search for locations in Punjab. He also extended his help by assigning his close friends, Rana Ranbir and Ardaas Khan, to Aamir with the movie script and Punjabi dialogues.
If you thought that was all, you are wrong. Gippy admires Aamir and knows that he is playing a Sikh in the Lal Singh Chaddha, so the Punjabi star gave the superstar a Kada (bracelet), as a sign of good luck.
As a newspaper was told, “Gippy Grewal is a fan of Aamir. Every time the superstar goes to Punjab, Gippy makes sure to meet him. Recently, when the actor went to Punjab for recognition, Gippy joined the film team and helped them focus on the places. As he knew that Aamir plays a Sikh in the movie, he gave the superstar the Guru da Kada as a sign of good luck. The gesture moved Aamir and promised the Punjabi singer that he will wear the kada in the movie. ”
Aamir wanted Gippy to help his team with the dialogues and the Punjabi script. However, the Punjabi star could not do what was necessary since he was busy with his previous commitments. However, he has assigned his best men at work. Lal Singh Chaddha will reunite Kareena Kapoor Khan and Aamir on the screen again after 3 Idiots. Directed by Advait Chandan, Lal Singh Chaddha will launch on Christmas 2020.
Interestingly, Khan, knowing that Grewal would have strong control over Punjabi, sought his help to put the final touches on the script. Another source says: “Since the film has many dialogues in Punjabi, Aamir asked Gippy to oversee the script. However, since Gippy was busy, he put his Ardaas Karan co-writer, Rana Ranbir, at work. Frog recently he had a meeting with Aamir and Advait in Mumbai, and offered his suggestions on the script. “