HLV Film City Debuts in Kharar, Punjab: A Birthday Celebration for Founder Hitesh Lucky Verma

Today marks the birthday of Mr. Hitesh Luckie Verma, the visionary founder behind North India’s largest film city, HLV Film City, which recently opened its doors in Kharar, Punjab. The new film city features a range of realistic film sets that have never been seen in North India before, garnering attention and praise from the film industry.

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In a recent interview, Hitesh Luckie Verma reflected on the journey of bringing HLV Film City to life. He shared that his parents often questioned what he was going to do with his ambitious project. However, upon the film city’s completion, everyone was astonished by what he had accomplished.

HLV Film City’s innovative film sets promise to revolutionize filmmaking in North India. These elaborate sets cater to a diverse range of film genres, offering filmmakers unprecedented opportunities for creativity and authenticity in their productions. The film city’s opening has generated immense excitement in the entertainment industry, attracting filmmakers from all over the country who are eager to experience the top-notch facilities.

As the main man behind HLV Film City, Mr. Hitesh Luckie Verma’s dedication and vision have transformed the landscape of North Indian cinema. His birthday today is a testament to his determination and passion for the film industry, as he celebrates both his personal milestone and the successful opening of HLV Film City.

With the launch of HLV Film City, Kharar, Punjab, is poised to become a major hub for film production in North India. The film city will undoubtedly contribute to the growth and evolution of Indian cinema, thanks in large part to the tireless efforts and unwavering vision of its founder, Mr. Hitesh Luckie Verma.

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