Instagram has now got new trend these days, called #thedollyparton challenge. It was previously started by the Hollywood singer Dolly Parton. According to this challenge, you need to post your Linked, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder profile picture has got people across the globe obsessed with it and just like Hollywood and Bollywood it has now hit Pollywood too.
The challenge has now hit the Pollywood entertainment industry and the first one to get hit by this one was the beautiful Nimrat Khaira.
This meme challenge got so viral among Punjabi celebs like Diljit Dosanjh, Aarya Babbar, Harrdy Sandhu, and more took to their social media handle to participate in the challenge.
Check out the #DollyPartonChallenge of Punjabi celebs here:
Pollywood singer Diljit Dosanjh is quite active on his social media account. Thus, it didn’t come out as a surprise when he was among the first ones to do the dolly parton challenge. He posted a picture of him for LinkedIn, a closeup shot for Facebook, a pic in a stylish quirky attire for Instagram and a shirtless flirty photo for Tinder. While sharing the posters he wrote, “Husn Ke Lakhon RANG..Konsa RANG Dekhoge हुस्न के लाखों रंग कौन सा रंग देखोगे ."
After Diljit Dosanjh, here comes Aarya Babbar took to his social media account instagram to participate in the #DollyPartonChallnege. However, he took the challenge as ‘Gandhi’, the character that he is playing in his upcoming movie ‘Gandhi Fer Aa Gea. Sharing the picture he wrote, “Well gandhiphiraagya_thefilm da #Dollypartonchallenge post #linkedinfacebookinstagramtinder #fun #post 31st jan release ! #instagram #linkedin #facebook #tinder #Roar”
Pollywood singer Harrdy Sandhu who is all set to make his Bollywood debut this year with ‘‘83’ also took the viral challenge. While sharing the picture he kept the caption very short and clear. It read - “Bhed chaal ”
Image Source: instsgram/diljitdosanjh/ aaryababbar222/ harrdysandhu
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