Diljit Dosanjh has always made us groove to his peppy and melodious tracks. He is one such singer who is very active on social media and loves putting pictures and videos for his fans who shower immense love on him. Recently the actor-singer wished all his fans on social media on the occasion of Prakash Utsav. But as soon as Udta Punjab actor dropped the wished for his fans, a Twitter user tried to troll Diljit by asking him to wish his fans during a Hindu festival too.
The user’s tweet read, “Kabhi hindu festival ki bhi badhai de diya kr joode wale” but Diljit was ready with a befitting reply, which read “Sharm Hee kar la.. Likhan Ton Phelan.. Jee Tan Ni Karda Tere warga nu Jawab Den nu.. Har Dharm Da Satkaar Karde an Asi.” Not only this, his fans also took his stand and came in huge numbers to support the star.
One Twitter user wrote, “You are just great... Don't waste your time on these fools!!,” while another user wrote, “Sahi keh gya ji, ajj kal lokaan nu har cheez ton religion da mudda bana lende !!! Insaaniyat hi har dharam da maqsad hone chahidiye !!! Koi nhi tussi khush raha karo @diljitdosanjh, waheguru meher kare !!! #DiljitDosanjh #GOAT” Well Diljit’s reply made the troll feel guilty about it.
Sharm Hee kar la.. Likhan Ton Phelan.. Jee Tan Ni Karda Tere warga nu Jawab Den nu..— DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) August 19, 2020
Har Dharm Da Satkaar Karde an Asi ..🙏🏾 https://t.co/q03eQLD6HS
Well many stars often get trolled on social media but Diljit took it in the best possible manner. On the professional front, he will be seen Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari with Manoj Bajpayee and Fatima Sana Shaikh. We must say his fans are eagerly waiting to see him onscreen as soon the theatres open for one and all. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Diljit Dosanjh Hopes The Truth Will Be Out Soon; Says 'Suicide Wali Baat Digest Nahi Hoti')
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