"when I went to Islamabad it was a completely different story."
Gippy Grewal has revealed he will be travelling to Lahore to film a few scenes for his new film, titled Jinny Lahore Ni Vekheya.
The romantic comedy is about a girl named Jinny who has never been to Lahore. The film is a cheerful, fun-filled story that highlights the beauty of the city.
Grewal said that he hoped his latest project would enlighten everyone on both sides of the border and make them smile.
The actor disclosed this information when he made a guest appearance on a television show, hosted by Veena Malik.
He also spoke about his previous movies and the love he had for Pakistani culture.
Gippy Grewal said: “There are some places in Pakistan that need development, but when I went to Islamabad it was a completely different story.
“Islamabad is beautiful. I felt as though I was in Canada.
“The roads and motorways were very well made. The street food was really tasty and the public toilets were very well maintained.”
Grewal added that he was excited to visit Lahore, stating that he found it to be a beautiful and historic city.
He revealed that visiting Lahore was something he had always wanted to do and that he had a lot of friends and fans in Pakistan, all of whom offered him an invitation to visit the country.
Touching on the subject of music and cinema, Grewal revealed he enjoyed listening to renowned Pakistani artists such as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Ali Zafar and Atif Aslam.
Grewal also mentioned that he was a fan of Pakistani actors such as Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan and Saba Qamar and that he would like to work with them in the future.
On the work front, Gippy Grewal is coming off the release of Carry On Jatta 3.
During an appearance with co-star Sonam Bajwa on Bigg Boss OTT 2, Salman Khan praised the film and told them:
“Congratulations, your movie Carry On Jatta 3 is being appreciated by the audience.”
Grewal replied: “Thank you, genuinely. The kind of response that we are getting, we never imagined it.
“It’s a small regional industry which is growing.”
Salman continued: “Your movies are working better than ours, your regional industry is doing great.
“You have a huge fan following, good films are being made there, everyone is doing really nice work and all of you are very talented.”