Punjabi actresses we would love to see in Hindi cinema
The Hindi film industry or Bollywood as it’s popularly known is one of the top most entertainment industries in the world which not only influences people in India but all over the world. With new actors joining every day, there is no dearth of talent here. Pollywood or the Punjabi film industry is also not far behind and has a number of promising actors and actresses. It would be interesting to see what happens when Pollywood and Bollywood come together. Here are a few Punjabi actresses we would love to watch opposite our Bollywood actors.
Actor Sonam Bajwa, who was seen in 2014’s hit film Punjab 1984, will soon be seen Sardaar Ji 2 opposite Diljit Dosanjh. Today she is one of the most sensual actresses in the Punjabi film industry who is not only known for her looks but also her acting. With her looks and acting skills, she makes for a perfect fit in Hindi cinema and we can’t wait to see Sonam make her debut in Bollywood.
This actress who was also crowned Miss India Worldwide has been a part of various films. Monica is a rising star who has enthralled big screen viewers with her acting prowess ever since her initial films. She is a promising actress who is sure to go places in the coming years. Monica also plays the lead role in Sardaar Ji 2.
Mandy Takhar is someone who has made a unique identity in the Punjabi industry as an artistic actress. She has acted in movies like Ishq Garaari, Mirza – The Untold story and others. Her versatile makes her popular and she is expected to soon make her Hindi film debut.
Parul Gulati is a well known Punjabi actress who made her acting debut in 2012 in the Punjabi film Burrraahh. She also has starred in other films like Romeo Ranjha and more recently, Zoravar. She has all that it takes to carve a niche for herself in Hindi cinema.
Shruti Sodi is another successful actress in the Punjabi film industry. She received huge appreciation for films like Happy Go Lucky, Mr & Mrs 420 and Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar . With her growing success, a Bollywood debut is not very far away.
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