Arjun Patiala’s First Look Posters Starring Kriti Sanon & Diljit Dosanjh Are Out!

For those who have a liking for light-hearted comedy cinema, their wait is finally over for a new box-office release. The makers of Arjun Patiala have dropped the character posters of the film featuring Kriti Sanon, Diljit Dosanjh and Varun Sharma. Moreover, they have also made public its silver screen debut date.  She could not get hold of her excitement and took to her Twitter to introduce us to her character and wrote,

“Reporting ka craze hai, bijli se bhi tezz hai! Miliye Ritu se. #ArjunPatiala.”

Diljit Dosanjh who acts as a cop in the film, followed her footsteps and shared his look and captioned it as,

“#ArjunPatiala, muscular nahi cute. With you. For you. Always.”

Here are the 3 character posters:

Arjun Patiala Diljit Dosanjh Kriti Sanon

Film’s producer: Dinesh Vijan too shared some things about the movie and said,

“Diljit will be seen in the uniform but very different to his avatar in his first Hindi film outing, Udta Punjab, who is out to bust a drug cartel. This policewallah is a laugh-a-minute character with a swagger that is all Diljit who will have you rolling with his quirky sense of humour which he has trademarked back home.”

Kriti during an interview earlier, too shared some words about her co-star Diljit,

“Diljit is a brilliant actor. I think what really amazed me is that we had not really met before so much, and when we did our first scene together, the scene didn’t have any dialogues, it was montage of a song, but the chemistry was there, from the get go. There was action and reaction, nothing was planned. So I think when you have a brilliant actor in front of you, the chemistry gets set from the first scene.”

A Rohit Jugraj directorial, Arjun Patiala will fight for its share of box-office goers eyeballs with Kangana Ranaut-Rajkummar Rao’s Mental Hai Kya and Sonakshi Sinha’s Khandaani Shafakhana on July 26, 2019. As we have been reporting in the past few days, there remains some expectations that this box-office clash may turn ugly before the D-Day arrives.


Gaurav Gupta

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