Recently the very famous Punjabi singer and actor Ammy Virk recalled his childhood. During this, he told a website how he had always dreamed of representing India in the field of military or sports. Few people know that the childhood dream of Ammy was never fulfilled. He got a chance to realize both his dreams in reel life. Soon Ammy is all set to make her Bollywood debut with Kabir Khan's film '83'.
In this film, he played the role of fast bowler Balwinder Sandhu, who was part of the Indian team that won the first Cricket World Cup for the country in 1983. Only after this film, he will be seen in Abhishek Dudhaiya's patriotic film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India'. In this film, he plays a flight officer. In such a conversation with a website, Ammy said, "As a child, I always had a dream to choose a career where I represent India at some level, whether it is through army or through some sport. I wanted to do something to make the country proud but those aspirations were not fulfilled. I studied medicine and then started making music and slowly entered the field of acting. Thankfully I got a lot of attention in my films from India. Got a chance to represent, and that too in my first films in Bollywood. "
About working in his Bollywood project from Punjabi world, Ammy said, "I have worn the jersey of Indian cricket in the film '83' and the uniform of a pilot in 'Bhuj' and the feeling is real. On these projects it is very difficult to tell how I felt at work. I just feel that I am blessed to have such wonderful opportunities in my life."