“The love that I have felt from Pakistani fans is very wholesome”: Diljit Dosanjh
Indian singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh talked about working with Pakistani veteran Sohail Ahmed and talked about his recent project Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne.
During a recent interview with Express Tribune, Indian singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh talked about working with Pakistani veteran Sohail Ahmed, the love and affection he received from Pakistan and talked about a recent project Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne.
While talking about working with Pakistani comedian Sohail Ahmed, Diljit said, “When we were creating this character, the only artist we thought of casting was Sohail Ahmed. I told the producer, if Sohail sir wouldn’t agree to do this project, I won’t star in it. I was that sure about him. With Sohail, I learned a lot during the time I spent with him while shooting Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne. I have seen his work and am a great admirer of his craft”.
“The film is satire and has a hidden message in it…It’s fun, it’ll make you laugh but, in the end, the sweet message that it incorporates will also make you contemplate the many other perspectives about relationships that we ignore”, said the actor in his latest film Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne starring Sohail Ahmed.
“The love that I have felt from Pakistani fans is very wholesome. Whenever I used to do concerts in Dubai or Canada, I came across people from Pakistan. They always showered so much admiration that has always impressed me. They used to ask me one question: when will you work with us, we would love to see our talent working with you. Now my message for all those fans is ‘Wekho (look), now I am working with your talent as well”, Diljit concluded while talking about the appreciation and love he received from Pakistan.