After a well-received performance in Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi, Jassie Gill has made further inroads into Bollywood with Panga

Anish Mohanty

Jassie Gill was already a popular face in Punjab when he made his Bollywood debut with ‘Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi’. Apart from featuring in a bunch of popular Punjabi films as an actor, he had made a name for himself as a singer in his home state after delivering several hit songs in the film and non-film space. In fact, a couple of the songs he had rendered had turned out to be extremely popular on the national level too. His Bollywood debut as an actor was received well by the audience. He warmed up to the audience with his turn as Khushwant Singh Gill, who becomes a pillar of support to Sonakshi Sinha’s Happy.

Now, with his performance as Prashant Shrivastava in ‘Panga’, he seems to have made it loud and clear that he is a very confident performer who has landed up in the Hindi film industry to play a long and successful innings. While his character in the film is quite different from the one he played in ‘Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi’, the one similarity which we find is that both the characters had a certain warmth to them which helped them endear themselves to the audience. Both Khushwant and Prashant lent adequate support to the respective central protagonist in the two films. If one sees the interviews, the actor has given in all these years, it is almost impossible to miss the innate sense of goodness he exudes.

Jassi is quite active on the singing front too. Recently, he lent his voice to the reprised version of the pop number ‘Lamborghini’ which was used in the film ‘Jai Mummy Di’.  There are a couple of other songs he has recorded which will be out soon and after all the accolades which has come his way post the release of ‘Panga’, one expects him to make a formal announcement about his next Hindi feature film soon.

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