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Posted at: Jul 19, 2019, 1:44 PM; last updated: Jul 19, 2019, 5:04 PM (IST)

Kareena Kapoor wonders why Diljit Dosanjh doesn’t speak to her while working

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, July 19

Punjabi singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh, who has confessed that he is in awe of Kareena Kapoor Khan, recently visited the sets of Dance India Dance to promote his film ‘Arjun Patiala’. 

On the sets, the ‘Veere Di Wedding’ star revealed that the Punjabi actor-singer is her biggest fan. 

“I’d like to say that Diljit is my biggest fan,” she said, adding, “But it always intrigues me why he chooses to not talk to me whenever working together and shooting for a film.”

Kareena said she listens to Diljit’s hit song ‘Proper Patola’ on loop whenever she can.

She continued: “In fact, he has showered me with so much respect that there have been times when I have felt a little embarrassed. I have enormous respect for him and his craft.” 

Notably, Diljit made his Bollywood debut in 2016 opposite Kareena in ‘Udta Punjab’. He says that he is such a fanboy of hers that he still gets jitters sometimes while talking to her. 

Despite having worked with her twice and making a song ‘Kylie+Kareena’. 

Addressing to Kareena’s complaint, he said: “I am a huge fan and when a fan meets their idol, they usually are speechless.” 

Talking about working with Kareena, Diljit recently said: “It is fun to work with Kareena. She can do the same scene over and over again without losing her spontaneity. But even today, I get nervous while having a conversation with her.”

The episode where Diljit and his 'Arjun Patiala' co-star Kriti Sanon visited the sets to promote their film will be aired on Saturday, July 20. 

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