The upcoming Punjabi film Moh has been making quite a lot of noise. Filmmaker Jadeep Sidhu is putting all his efforts into making his audience convinced with the trailer and song. And we must say, he is successful in that. Recently, he dropped the first song from the film, titled ‘Sab Kuchh’ and we must say, B Praak and Jaani did a commendable job in it. The song really tugs at the heartstrings of the listeners.
And now, Qismat and Sufna fame Jagdeep has taken an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session in which he wrote ‘Let's talk Moh’. People praised him and asked him some quirky questions about whether it was a heartbreaking movie or romantic. But what caught our attention was when someone asked him about the meaning and why he chose this as a title.
To this, Jagdeep had a very heartfelt reply. The director and writer wrote, "Pyaar Ishq te mohabbat to alaava ek hor milda julda shabad aa MOH jo enna jina hi paak lagda eh... par odi ginti kade enna naal ni hundi…MOH di ginti taa panj vikara ch hundi aa Kaam Krodh, ahankar lobh Te MOH Kehnde aa jivan da asal maksad aa enna vikara to mukt hona... MOH nu tyagna.... Par je koi naa tyag sake fir... Baki Jawab movie ch... #Moh"
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Jagdeep Sidhu is known for his amazing writing and execution skills. He is an artist whose words and vision are beyond our thoughts. And this response to the meaning of Moh has already won our hearts. And now we are way too excited to watch the film in theatres. The romance king's movie Moh will be hitting the big screens on September 16. The film has Sargun Mehta and Gitaz Bindrakhia in the lead roles. From the trailer, we can surely say that this fresh jodi has some spark to attract the audience.
Apart from this, the film also features Amrit Amby, Aman Sutdhar, Prabh Bains, and other prominent artists. The rebel story has been written by Shiv Tarsem Singh and Govind Singh.
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