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Snowman: Neeru Bajwa, Jazzy B, Arshi Khatkar & Rana Ranbir’s Upcoming Film Gets A New Release Date

FINALLY THE RELEASE DATE OF NEERU BAJWA'S UPCOMING FILM Snowman IS OUT

Finally, after a long wait, Neeru Bajwa’s one of the most anticipated films has got a new release date. The movie’s release date has been postponed and changed numerous times. The original release date for it was September 10, 2021. Then it was postponed to November 5, 2021, then to January 7, 2022, then it was ultimately scheduled to return on July 22, 2022, and lastly, December 2, 2022.

Now, fans are wondering if it will be the final release date. They are excited because the film will feature a well-known Punjabi artist. It includes Neeru Bajwa, Jazzy B, Arshi Khatkar, and Rana Ranbir in key roles. Apart from the feature, the prolific actor Rana Ranbir has also written and directed the upcoming film. The film poster has been the same as before, in which we can see the intensity of the story.

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Moreover, earlier when the film’s release date was announced, Neeru Bajwa took to her social media and wrote, “Barf Maut De Kapde Payi Firdi Hai” (The snow is wearing the clothes of death). 

Now, coming to the film’s credit, Snowman has been produced by Aman Khatkar and Gippy Grewal. The film is scheduled to be released under the banner of Humble Motion Pictures and Aman Khatkar Productions. Shedding more light on the film, as Rana Ranbir stated earlier, he sought to do something unusual in this movie. We all know he always contributes something unique to his writing and directing, so expectations for “Snowman” are also high. 

The final release date has increased anticipation among fans, who are eager to watch their favourite cast on the big screen.

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