Nimrat Kaur says her Late Father Is An inimitable gain for the heavens In An Emotional Note On His death Anniversary.

Nimrat Kaur
Nimrat Kaur

During the anniversary of her father’s death, Nimrat Kaur writes a heartfelt letter to her father. Nimrat’s father, Major Bhupener Singh, served the nation with pride and courage until he passed away. According to Nimrat, her father began his heavenly abode in 1994. In an emotional note, the actress calls her father an inimitable gift for the heavens.

Twenty-Nine years ago today, our irreparable loss resulted in an inimitable gain for the heavens above. This is a tribute to my late father, all those touched by him, whether by blood, friendship, uniform, or even a mere acquaintance, will miss him greatly. Living in our hearts and our guiding force forever…

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As for her professional career, Nimrat Kaur will star in Happy Teachers’ Day, a social thriller directed by National Award-winning director Mikhil Musale and presented by Dinesh Vijan. This marks Nimrat Kaur’s second role with Maddock Productions.

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