Diljit Dosanjh, who stars in Netflix’s Jogi based on the 1984 riots. Talks about that dark chapter in India’s history and his own connection with it.
With Udta Punjab, the well-known Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh made his Bollywood debut. This was followed by a string of successes like Soorma, Good Newz, and others. The singer-actor isn’t too keen on working in Bollywood because he believes he doesn’t match the way this sector of the entertainment industry operates.
Diljit revealed the predatory aspect of Bollywood by claiming that individuals sought to pay off his manager to sign their movies.
Diljit claimed in his most recent interview that he is unable to network, go to events, or make daily phone calls like other performers who. According to him, have made six video calls to their producers from the sets.
He claimed that it wouldn’t matter if he didn’t land a job in Bollywood because he thinks all the conversations are so phoney that he can’t bear to even hear them. Also Ye sarkar ki nalayaki hai, Diljit Dosanjh remarks in reference to the death of Sidhu Moosewala.
Diljit had previously stated that he once had no other goals in life but making music.
Diljit explained to Film Companion how some individuals attempted to bribe his management to sign their movies “People frequently tell my manager, “Diljit se film kara de main tujhe gift dunga,” she says. They are unaware that we don’t give gifts much thought, though.
However, since this has become commonplace here to form a circle, it is not their fault. They are perfectly in their position, therefore it’s not their fault, but I don’t fit in here.”
He may have gone to a factory as a fallback. Without a godfather in the business, it would be challenging for him to stand out, but he always had the mindset that if he put forth consistent effort, he would succeed.