Diljit Dosanjh’s Hindi film Udta Punjab has made him a rage in Bollywood, but singer-actor says he is in no hurry to sign new projects and will only choose roles that will not upset his fans.
The 32-year-old actor had an agenda while making a foray in the Hindi film industry.
“I don’t do anything keeping Bollywood in mind. I was recently offered few Bollywood movies, but I felt there was nothing much for me to do as an artist and even my fans will not like it. I don’t want to rush. Whatever I will do I don’t want to embarrass my fans,” Diljit said in an media interview.
The actor says his fan-base may have increased after the release of the Abhishek Chaubey-directed film, but he prefers not to let the celebrity tag get attached to him.
“I don’t feel like a celebrity. I did not sign Udta Punjab to increase my fan following. The only thing I consider before signing a project is that my fans should like it. I understand my responsibility towards my fans,” he added.
Diljit will next be seen in Anushka Sharma’s production Phillauri and the actor says he has lot of respect for the actress.
“Working with Anushka was great. All these big artists have this beautiful way of making the junior artists comfortable. I respect her a lot as an artist, ” he said. – CINEWS