Balwan Singh Review- The film bring backs the life of Rural India

Balwan Singh Review- The film bring backs the life of Rural India
Written by Ria Maheshwari

The much-awaited Punjabi film Balwan Singh is finally in theatres today i.e. 27th October 2017. The film which is directed by Param Shiv has one of the very famous singer and actor, Ranjit Bawa in the lead role along with J. Brandon Hill and R. Bhakti Klein.
The plot, which is set in the British Rule and revolves around the life of Balwan Singh, which is played by Ranjit Bawa, sets his life on fire in order to do something for his motherland, India, by standing against the British rule. The film is seen capturing the real India via the camera of Anshul Chobey in the locations of Punjab, Patiala, and Mumbai. The Music in the film has taken the whole plot of the film to a different level by Gurmoh and lyrics by Birsingh.
Under the banner of Nadar films and Rhythm Boyz, the film is produced by Amiek Virk, Karaj Gill, and Jaspal Sandhu. The poster of the film, Balwan Singh, which created a lot of buzz soon after its launch is finally in theatres with a very amazing story and concept. The film which is covering the rural background as a very touching story. Singer-turned-actor, Ranjit Bawa, who has touched all the milestones in his career has now come up with his film in which his acting skills are commendable. The other cast and crew of the film are Navpreet Banga, Karamjit Anmol, Manav Vij, Rana Jung Bahadur and Mahabir Bhullar.

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