Diljit Dosanjh is a Punjabi actor, singer and television celebrity who works in Punjabi as well as Hindi films. He has a worldwide following for his Punjabi music as he puts his soul in every single album. He is seen in Punjab comedy movies and is best known for his timing, Witt, and humour. His films like ‘Punjab 1984’, ‘Jatt and Juliet 2’, ‘Ambarsariya’, ‘Sardarji 2’ are considered to be the most successful Punjabi films in history. Diljit made his Bollywood debut with ‘Udta Punjab’ along co-stars like Kareena, Shaid, Alia and also got the Filmfare award for the best male debut.
Diljit Dosanjh Awards & Recognitions:
Diljit got the Brit Asia TV Music award for the best International actin 2013. He got the same award in 2014 as well. He got the Filmfare award for the best debut male in ‘Udta Punjab’ in 2017. He also got the Filmfare award for the best male actor in Ambarsariya. He got the Filmfare Punjabi award for the best playback singer in Mitran De Junction in 2017. He also got the colours golden petal award for the stylish icon of the year in 2017. Singh got an IIFA award for the best debut actor male for the movie Udta Punjab.
Diljit Dosanjh marriage:
Diljit’s marital status is still not clear and he has never spoken openly about it. It is believed that he is married to a Punjabi girl who doesn’t prefer socializing but at the same, there are instances suggesting that he is still single.
Diljit Dosanjh age: 34 yrs. Born on 6 January 1984
Diljit Dosanjh Education Qualifications:
School: Shri Guru Harkrishan Public School, Ludhiana
College: Diploma, Al Manar Public School, Ludhiana
Diljit Dosanjh Family:
Father: Balbir Singh Dosanjh
Mother: Sukhwinder Kaur
Brother: Manjeet Singh
Diljit Dosanjh Controversies:
- When Harshvardhan Kapoor made some remarks on Diljit Dosanjh winning the Filmfare for the best male debut award. In response, Diljit had a very polite attitude and replied him back with patience and courtesy.
- He received a lot of backlash on social media for his song ‘Patiala Peg’ by social activities. The term refers to a big glass of liquor and they believe that Dosanjh is encouraging such things among the Punjabi youth which is not good.