By Fenil Seta, Aug 29, 2022 – 19:22 hrs IST
Diljit Dosanjh, a widely known actor of Punjabi cinema, has additionally given many nice movies in Bollywood like Good New, Udta Punjab, Phillauri and so on. And now he’ll quickly be seen in Tiger Zinda Hai and Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar’s Netflix Original movie Jogi. This movie can be particular as a result of Diljit Dosanjh can be seen with out a turban for the primary time on this movie.
Diljit Dosanjh’s Jogi
Today, Netflix organized a star-studded occasion titled ‘Netflix Films Day’ to speak about Diljit’s upcoming movie Jogi and launched the trailer of the movie. The trailer of Jogi was introduced right here solely to the members of the media by Ali Abbas Zafar, Producer Hemanshu Mehra and Actress Amyra Dastur. Bollywood Hungama was current and obtained a glimpse of the extreme trailer.
In the trailer of Jogi, it was seen that Diljit is seen on display screen for the primary time with out a turban in a number of components of the movie. Actually, Jogi is predicated on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. And in accordance with the plot of the movie, Diljit’s character is proven taking off his turban and slicing his hair with a heavy coronary heart to cover his Sikh identification.
This might be the primary time that Diljit can be seen with out a turban in a movie. In truth, in a 2018 interview, Diljit had stated, “My favourite administrators of Bollywood have provided me movies that I can’t do as a result of they need me to do it with out a turban and which isn’t attainable. Is. Turban is my identification, it’s my emotion.
Diljit made his presence felt on the occasion through a video name whereas in London and stated that Jogi is a crucial movie for him and it depicts an necessary story from the pages of our historical past. Hence, it’s comprehensible why the actor determined to vary his rule.
An identical sequence was seen in Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha through which Mona Singh’s character was proven slicing her son’s hair to avoid wasting him from violent rioters in 1984.