SRK Pulls off Dubsmash Hit 'Chadhaji's Mimicry

The video which features Punjabi singer-turned actor Diljit spending light hearted moments with ‘Dilwale’ star-cast, is already a hit on the social media and has gone viral among the youngsters.

Published: 20th November 2015 08:21 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th November 2015 08:21 PM   |  A+A-

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By ANI

NEW DELHI: Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan time and again proves that he is the best when it comes to entertaining people, and he proved it again when he recently pulled off a mimicry of Diljit Dosanjh’s  ‘Chadhaji’s character successfully.

The video which features Punjabi singer-turned actor Diljit spending light hearted moments with ‘Dilwale’ star-cast, is already a hit on the social media and has gone viral among the youngsters.

In the video, Shah Rukh, who was interviewed by Diljit, was seen kneeling down in front of the 31-year-old singer, as he talks to Chaddaji (Diljit ) in ‘Chaddaji’s language from upcoming flick 'Mukhtiar Chadha', saying,  “I love you from the core of my mind.”

Even actress Kriti Sanon tried her hands on Punjabi, saying, “Ki kehrahe ho tussi.”

Actor Varun Dhawan and Director Rohit Shetty were also seen enjoying the Chaddaji dialogues from the forthcoming pollywood flick.

The forthcoming Punjabi flick of Diljit, which also stars TV actor Inderpal Singh, Oshin Brar, actor Yashpal Sharma among others, will hit the theaters on 27 November 2015.

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