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'DILJIT DOSANJH' TURNS SHEIKH FOR HIS UPCOMING SONG | GABRUU

By Siddharth Singh . 20th March 2019 12:30pm

It would not be wrong if we say that Diljit Dosanjh is one of the top-notch actors in the world of Punjabi cinema. He gave us some of the super hit film franchises such as ‘Jatt and Juliet’ and ‘Sardaar Ji’ to name a few. 

He made his grand debut in Bollywood with the film ‘Udta Punjab’ which was released back in the year 2016. The film which also starred Alia Bhatt, Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan received immense love and Diljit also bagged the best male debut award for this.

It’s not a hidden fact that Diljit Dosanjh is not just a good actor but a great singer too. In fact, he started off his career as a singer. The singer is best known for his songs such as ‘Panj Taara’, ‘Pagg Wala Munda’, ‘Ikk Kudi’, ‘Ishq Di Baajiyaan’ and ‘Rola’ to name a few.

Last year he released his latest album which was titled as ‘Roar’. This album was full of Bhangra numbers which received immense love from their listeners. Now all you Diljit Dosanjh fans hold your breath as we have a great piece of news for you.

Recently, this ‘Soorma’ shared a few snaps of himself from his recent UAE (United Arab Emirates) tour. In the pictures, Diljit is seen donning a Sheikh look where he is wearing a white robe (a long white gown wore by Arabs) and a head cover Have a look;

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Labhna Ni Munda Tainu Mere Jaisa...😎

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Yesterday, the singer took to the stories section of his Instagram where he posted a few clippings of Burj Al Arab hotel and Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai.

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أحبك

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Seems like he is planning something really big and we are more than enthralled for this one. What about you? Do let us know in the comments section below and for more updates about the same, keep visiting Gabruu.com

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