Bollywood actor Anupam Kher is so impressed with director Anurag Singh’s “Punjab 1984”, a Punjabi film focusing on the ill effects of 1984-86 Punjab insurgency on social life, that he says it is worth going to the Oscars.
Starring Punjabi singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh, Pavan Malhotra and Kirron Kher, the film came out June 27 and has earned rave reviews from all quarters.
Praising the film, Anupam tweeted: “Anurag Singh's Punjab-1984 is outstanding cinema. It is film worthy of going to Oscars. Take a bow the entire team.:)”
Anupam also praised his actor-politician wife Kirron's performance in the movie.
“Diljeet is BRILLIANT, so is Pawan Malhotra. Everyone is superb. But d Soul of d film is @KirronKherBJP.:)#Punjab1984,” he wrote.
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