Aamir Khan’s film ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ is in a lot of headlines these days. Recently, Punjabi singer and actor Gippy Grewal has made a disclosure about the film.
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Atul Kulkarni except Aamir Khan a film by ‘Lal Singh ChaddhaThe screenplay of ‘ was also written by another actor. Since the film is based on a Sikh, most of the dialogues of the film were also to be written in Punjabi. For this reason Punjabi singer and singer Gippy Grewal was brought on board. He worked with the writers on the dialogues of the film. But in a recent conversation, he has disclosed about his son.
Gippy’s team worked on the dialogues of the film
In an exclusive conversation with News18, Punjabi singer and actor Gippy Grewal made some important revelations about ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’. He said that, ‘The story of Lal Singh Chaddha was initially written in pure Hindi, but the character of the film is Punjabi. So when Aamir paaji contacted me, I told him that I will bring some writers from my team to you, some of whom are good at comedy and can write some bad scenes well and then he You can choose the best.
Aamir liked team work
Gippy disclosed that, ‘The process of writing dialogues in Punjabi was very long. My team of writers wrote the lines in pure Punjabi, but they wanted us to reduce it and mix them with a little Hindi so that the public could understand them. Aamir paaji is not usually a person who talks a lot about his films, but he was speaking about it. And now he is very happy with the way it has turned out.
Makers wanted to cast my son – Gippy
Gippy Grewal also shared an anecdote about his son. He said that, ‘My son, Gurfateh, whom we fondly call Shinda, was approached to play the childhood role of ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ in the film. Shinda played a small role in my 2006 film ‘Ardaas’. The makers of ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ saw this and they approached me as they wanted my son to play Aamir’s childhood character in the film. Casting director Mukesh Chhabra also contacted me and asked me to send a video of Shinda saying ‘hello’ in Punjabi, which was also a look test for her. At that time I had no idea about the story of the film.
We did not approve of Gurfateh’s haircut – Gippy
punjabi singer Gippy further said that, Shinda had to withdraw from the film because there was a place in the film where she had to cut her hair, but we were not ready for it. In reality, it was not possible for us, so we could not do that film.