City based actor/photojournalis
t Kulbir Singh Kalsi made his mark in the film
The Voice of Chandigarh News | Photos By T S Bedi
City based actor/photojournalist Kulbir Singh Kalsi made his mark in the recently released JP Dutta’s directed film ‘Paltan’ Kalsi played the role of father of Lance Naik Harbhajan (Harvardhan Rane) in the film based on Indo-China 1965 War. Rajput Battalion of Indian Army did a valiant effort in the war to restricts Chinese aggression on Indian territories.
Director JP Dutta’s Border had already won many accolades including the award from President of India. National Film Awards are turned as equal to American Academy Awards. Ministry of Defence, Govt of India consent the films of JP Dutta based on wars.
Photojournalist Kulbir Singh Kalsi while revealing his passion for films and media said, those profession serve a vital role in society. After serving over three decades in the photographic world he knows what need to be presented in front of the camera. Kalsi, in past, has acted in numerous video albums, Punjabi songs, TV adverts and a few films.
Kulbir after this project is eyeing upon noted actor, director, writer Kavi Raz’s film Kartar Singh Sarabha. The film is a slice of Indian freedom struggle movement beautiful depicted Gaddar Movement. He will be soon seen in Kewal Singh directed and Sanjay Bali produced ‘Dil Hona Chahida Jawaan’ and Harry Bhatti directed ‘Attey Di Chiddi’.
Kubir prioritizes social themed and patriotic film which inspires the audience to a larger extent. He attributed his success to his media fraternity and theatre.