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‘Shadaa’ trailer: Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa's rom-com is a laughing riot

‘Shadaa’ trailer: Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa's rom-com is a laughing riot
The makers just dropped its hilarious 3 minutes long trailer, which also stars actress Neeru Bajwa.

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, May 21 

Punjabi star Diljit Dosanjh never shy’s away from showing off his love for Hollywood actress Kylie Jenner. Even, in his upcoming comedy ‘Shadaa’ the Punjabi actor has not forgotten his lady love. 

The makers just dropped its hilarious 3 minutes long trailer, which also stars actress Neeru Bajwa. 

The trailer of the rom-com seems to be a complete laughter riot.

Dosanjh tweeted: “SHADI - Budi Di Life ch Bande di Uni hee Zarurat aa Jini Machi. Nu Cycle Di.. SHADAA - Bande Di Life ch V Budi Di Oni Hee Zarurat aa Jini Daddu Nu Rajai Di.. P.S - Dekho Japani Viah Kion Ni Kara Rahe. TRAILER OUT NOW SHARE , LIKE , LAUGH”. 

In the trailer, Dosanjh plays a man from a small village in Punjab, who is looking for his better half for marriage. But he has crossed the eligible age of marriage. 

After a while, Dosanjh meets Neeru, who believes marriage is a beautiful feeling. The two get married, but things are not all beautiful with their “happy married life”. 

The trailer has some quirky dialogues from the Punjabi pop star in his peculiar accent. His chemistry with Bajwa is quite impressive. 

In the film, Dosanjh introduces a plastic doll named Kylie and their child Sadda Munda to his mother.

‘Shadaa’ is written and directed by Jagdeep Sidhu, the director of the romantic blockbuster ‘Qismat’ and it is slated to release worldwide on 21st June 2019.

Meanwhile, Diljit is moving ahead with his Bollywood journey with his upcoming film ‘Good News’.

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