2 Tigers – ੨ ਸ਼ੇਰ

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February 5, 2016

This series is from a small 2 hour shoot I did with Goldy Singh and Iqwinder Singh. Both are amazing gym trainers and recently took amrit and wanted me to shoot with them.

 

This series was shot at SurSingh, Amritsar. Although few folio shots were needed but I wanted to do a lot more with these amazing Singhs. So I tried to create a little story.  Your feedback is precious. This would not have been complete without help of Bhai Narbir Singh Ji.

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