We report nonlinear optical investigation of green emission GaInN/GaN multi-quantum structures grown along c- and m-axes on sapphire and bulk GaN substrates, respectively. Under intense pulsed photo excitation, we observed strong superluminescence near the lasing condition in c-plane grown quantum well structures with full width at half maximum of 6 nm. The superluminescence couples out of the edge of the sample in a mode pattern consistent with gain in a high mode of the waveguide. The wavelength of the superluminescence is 474 nm. The threshold intensity of superluminescence was found to be 156 kW/cm2. Increasing pump intensity leads to a strong photoluminescence blueshift as large as 380 meV in samples grown along the c-axis on sapphire substrate, while under the same excitation conditions, the blue shift for the m-axis grown structure on bulk GaN substrate is less than 10 meV. The large emission blueshift is hereby attributed to the internal piezoelectric field in the c-axis grown structure. We observe a gain value of 20 cm-1 together with internal absorption losses of 2.3 – 6.0 cm-1 for the superluminescent samples.