Punjabi singer-turned-actor Diljit Dosanjh is a reputation that everybody in Bollywood is aware of. His very good appearing expertise, mellifluous vocals and terrific comedian timing are one thing that everybody loves. His newest album Moonchild Period goes viral throughout.
Throughout an interview with Movie Companion, Dosanjh was requested about his time in Bollywood, and he didn’t appear too comfortable. He stated, “I give a rattling about getting work in Bollywood. Mujhe kaam karna bhi nahi hai Bollywood me. Meri koi iccha bhi nahi hai Bollywood me bohot mahaan kalakaar banjaun. Fundamental music ko pyaar karta hu aur bina kisi ke marzi ke music kar sakta hu. Bina kisi celebrity ke kehne se. Iska kaam chalega ya nahi chalega, ya isko gaana milega ya nahi milega ye sab cheezein humare pe nahi chalti hai (I don’t need to work in Bollywood. I’ve no such want that I ought to grow to be an enormous Bollywood star. I like music and I could make it with out anybody’s interference. Nobody can inform me this may work or that can work). Punjab me joh bhi artists hai, wo khud gaane banate hai. Ye bohot badi azaadi hai. Koi hume rok nahi sakta hai. Toh music banane se mujhe koi rok nahi sakta. Jab tak mera mann karega, music banega. Jab tak bhagwaan chahega, music banega. Bollywood me kaam mile na mile, ratti bhar fark nahi padta (Each artist in Punjab makes his/her personal music. We have now that freedom. Nobody can cease us. Nobody can cease me from making music. I’ll make music until my final breath and until the time there may be God’s will. I give a rattling about getting work in Bollywood).”
When prodded about whether or not he had a bitter expertise, he went on so as to add, “Baat niklegi toh door tak jayegi. Bach jao jitna bach sakte ho (If I reveal, it’s going to go too far. Save your self until the time you’ll be able to).” He didn’t mince his phrases and ended this subject by saying, “Celebrity honge apne ghar pe (they might be superstars of their properties).”
Dosanjh even shot with Ali Abbas Zafar just lately for ‘Detective Sherdil’. “He (Ali) narrated the script to me. I requested him if it a pleasant movie. I trusted his phrases. Fortunately, shoot bohot accha hua hai (Fortunately, the shoot went properly),” he added. He even talked about that he couldn’t learn the script as a result of it was in English.