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Yami Gautam bats for dad's Punjabi film 'Baghi Di Dhee'

Updated on: 19 September,2022 12:12 PM IST  |  Chennai
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"I know personally the incredible amount of hard work that has gone in, literally through high fever and sickness in nail-biting winters. The passion & sincerity with which the film has been directed is truly inspirational

Yami Gautam bats for dad's Punjabi film 'Baghi Di Dhee'

Yami Gautam. Pic/Yogen Shah


Yami Gautam, who has acted in Tamil and Telugu films as well, has urged audiences to go watch "Baghi Di Dhee", a Punjabi film directed by her father Mukesh Gautam, saying it was one of the best films she had watched recently. Taking to Instagram, Yami Gautam penned a lengthy post on the film and her thoughts on it. She said: "In times where we are all hustling to find good content for our audience, I got the chance to experience something really wonderful and special -- 'Baghi Di Dhee'!


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"I know personally the incredible amount of hard work that has gone in, literally through high fever and sickness in nail-biting winters. The passion & sincerity with which the film has been directed is truly inspirational. "Words are not enough to express how proud I felt as a daughter as I watched the final result of this labor of love directed by my father Mukesh Gautam. It's one of the best films that I have watched recently and feel even more proud that it's a Punjabi film.

"Also, a very special mention to my brother, Jasraaj! You are one of the brightest directors to look out for and the world shall soon see what a talent you are!

"I request each one of you to please watch 'Baghi Di Dhee' releasing on November 11, 2022. The strength that you all hold to watch and support a good film surpasses everything."

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