gippy grewal visits nankana sahib

Indian artist and entertainer Gippy Grewal visited Nankana Sahib in Punjab’s Kartarpur on Tuesday. He took to Twitter to post pictures from his outing and said he was satisfied to have visited.

Grewal went to the gurdwara through the Kartarpur Corridor.

Labeling Prime Minister Imran Khan, Special Assistant to the PM for Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari and British Sikh property magnate Peter Virdee, Grewal said he trusted all Punjabi siblings and sisters had the option to visit the gurdwara and get the favors of Baba Guru Nanak.

He additionally posted a video of him being demonstrated the region by an old man. In the video, the man reveals to him where his genealogical home is and what land once had a place with his family.

In his inscription, he expressed gratitude toward the individuals of Chak 47 Mansoora and said he would never reimburse the adoration they indicated him.

The Kartarpur Corridor was introduced in Pakistan on November 9, 2019. It encourages Sikh explorers from India and permits them to visit Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, one of the most significant strict destinations for Sikhs.

On Tuesday night, Load Wedding on-screen character Mehwish Hayat invited Grewal to Pakistan in a tweet. She stated: “Welcome to Pakistan @GippyGrewal. Much obliged to you for your expressions of appreciation. Happy you are making the most of our movies and cordiality. We should get you a Pakistani flick soon!”

Hayat said this because of Grewal’s meeting where he said he couldn’t want anything more than to work with her as he enjoyed her work in Punjab Nahi Jaon Gi.

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