Diljit Dosanjh Shares Emotional Journey and Insights in an Exclusive Interview

Amidst his routine school visitations to gurudwaras to sing hymns, popular Punjabi and Hindi industry singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh opens up about his lesser-known personal struggles. Dosanjh, known for his roles in movies like ‘Udta Punjab’ and ‘Soorma’, is set for the release of the biopic ‘Amrinder Singh Chankila’ on April 12. In an in-depth interview, he shares his heartfelt journey.

Reflecting on his childhood, Dosanjh recounts being sent away from home to live with his maternal uncle in Ludhiana when he was just 11 years old. His mother assured him of good food and shelter under his maternal uncle’s care, leaving him with an anticipation for a quick return. However, he navigated through an unfamiliar environment that felt nothing short of alien to him, missing out on the warmth of familial support.

Recalling those tender moments, Dosanjh expressed how his mother’s words kept him resilient during tough times. Her blessings always uplifted him and brought a sense of peace amid looming uncertainties. The emotional connection he shares with his mother surpasses any earthly bond, filling his life with abundant love and motivation. Dosanjh’s recent roles in movies like ‘Soorma’ and ‘Phillauri’ showcase remarkable performances.

Sharing a glimpse into his influences, Dosanjh elaborates on the profound impact his mother’s blessings have had on his life. In a world where tensions seem to dominate, he finds solace in his mother’s unwavering support, attributing all his success to her divine intervention. Dosanjh’s versatile acting skills are evident in his latest venture, ‘Kya Bolta Bantai’.

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