I have this English prob­lem: Diljit Dosanjh

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His Hindi film de­but Udta Pun­jab (2016) may have made him a rage in Bol­ly­wood, but singer­ac­tor Diljit Dosanjh (right) likes to in­ter­act less with peo­ple and let his act­ing do the talk­ing.

The 32-year-old ac­tor, who is al­ready a su­per­star in Pun­jab, says, “Firstly I have this English prob­lem, I think I may not un­der­stand what ev­ery­one is talk­ing about and will make a fool of my­self. My Hindi is also not that good, I am work­ing on it. That’s why I try to speak less and only speak in front of cam­era.”

How­ever, once the cam­era is on the ac­tor gives his best as he un­der­stands his re­spon­si­bil­ity to­wards the mak­ers. “After the cam­era rolls, I am per­fectly fine and en­er­getic as I have a re­spon­si­bil­ity to not dis­ap­point the mak­ers.”

The ac­tor, whose fan base has in­creased after he acted in the Ab­hishek Chaubey film, says he never had an agenda while mak­ing a foray in the Hindi film in­dus­try. He says, “I don’t do any­thing keep­ing Bol­ly­wood in mind. I don’t feel like a celebrity. I did not sign Udta Pun­jab to in­crease my fan fol­low­ing.” Diljit will next be seen next in Anushka Sharma’s pro­duc­tion. He says, “Work­ing with Anushka was great. The big artists have this beau­ti­ful way of mak­ing the ju­nior artists feel com­fort­able.”

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