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​I Am Proud Of Surilie Gautam Says Yami Gautam

Actress Yami Gautam is excited and proud of little sister, Surilie Gautam, as she signs her next film Gippy Grewal titled Posti.
Actress Yami Gautam’s sister Surilie is a known actress, who made her debut in Punjabi movies sometime ago and now she has signed her next big project with Gippy Grewal, helmed by Rana Ranbir.
Surilie Gautam took to her social media and confirmed the film and her excitement over it. She wrote, “So happy and delighted to be a part of this project @gippygrewal @officialranaranbir @humblemotionpictures…My heart full of gratitude #mynext #punjabifilm #posti #punjabicinema #gratitude #almighty”
Yami Gautam congratulated her sister in her own style. She wrote, “So proud of you my little Surri!!!! Go kill it!! All my love and wishes to you and the entire team @GippyGrewal #ranaranbir”
Meanwhile on the work front, Yami Gautam is one busy actress; she is currently promoting her forthcoming satirical comic caper Bala.
Bala is directed by Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan. The film also stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Javed Jaffrey and Saurabh Shukla. The film will be theatrically released in India on 7 November 2019.
Yami is also busy wrapping Ginny Weds Sunny, which is directed by Puneet Khanna and produced by Vinod Bachchan under banner of Soundrya Production. The film also stars Vikrant Massey and follows headstrong Ginny (played by Gautam), who meets Sunny (played by Massey) for an arranged marriage, but turns him down. Sunny then teams up with her mother to win her love.

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