Bajre Da Sitta is an upcoming Punjabi movie and is the story of two girls who are singers and sing very well. It is the story plotted in the old Punjab way back when there is no tv, smartphone, or other facilities available.
Bajre Da Sitta is a song that is sung by the Punjabi folk singers Surinder Kaur and Prakash Kaur. After that, it is re-sung by Neha Basin, and the latest version which is sung by Rashmeet Kaur, Deep Kalsi, and Rapp by Ikka is viral on the internet recently.
Now a Punjabi movie with the same title ‘Bajre Da Sitta’ is on the way and set to release on 15 July 2022. It is written and directed by Jass Grewal under the banner of Shri Narotam Ji Studios, Tips Films Ltd, and Ammy Virk Production.
What is the meaning of ‘Bajre Da Sitta’?
In English ‘Bajra’ means Pearl Millet and ‘Sitta’ means grain crop. In old times Pearl Millet is burnt in the fire and then after rubbing its grains were separated to eat.
The trailer starts with a puzzle that is put on by the actress Nirmal Rishi. It is the story of Roop and Basant the two girls who sing in the time of 70s to 80s. Ammy Virk, Tania, and Noor Chahal are in the lead roles.
Roop and Basant got a chance to sing for a record and then an interviewer come to interview the both. But after her songs became popular than the whole village starts taunting the family members.
Roop which is the main character got married and her new husband restrained her from singing. He threatens her that if she sings again he will send her to her parent’s house.
The movie provides you a glimpse of 70 to 80s music and all of its songs will going to be the tung of people.
The cast of the movie Bajre Da Sitta
- Ammy Virk
- Noor Chahal
- Guggu Gill
- Hobby Dhaliwal
- Nirmal Rishi
- Rupinder Rupi
- BN Sharma
- Seema Kaushal
Official Trailer of Movie Bajre Da Sitta
The title song of the movie with the name ‘Bajre Da Sitta‘ is also released on YouTube and is sung by Jyotica Tangri and Noor Chahal.
Punjabi movies also provide the best review of our old culture, especially of Punjab, and connect the people with the old Punjabi Culture.
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