Singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh recently said that there was a time when all he ever wanted to do was make music and nothing else.
While remembering his past journey he said:
“I was always told that without a godfather in the industry it would be difficult for me to make a mark, but I always believed that if I made constant efforts, I would be successful. It would definitely take time, but I would be rewarded for my hard work.”
Diljit Dosanjh also recalled the kind of films he used to watch during his childhood & said that he always had a strong connection with hill stations.”
He further said:
“During my childhood, I only watched movies starring Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra at home. I loved the fight scenes. The only movies apart from these two stars that I watched were of Rajinder Kumar. I’ve always had a strong connection to hill stations and that’s the reason I chose movies by Rajinder Kumar.”
He then opened up about his long journey to where he is now and added:
“There was a point in my life when I didn’t do anything except practice music. Working in a factory was my backup option.”
The actor-singer said that it took a while for him in order to understand the business aspect of showbiz.
“Even after my first album was released, I didn’t know how I would make money out of it. It was only when this one guy came up to me and asked me to do a show in return for about Rs 2,500. I understood the process.”
Diljit made this above stated statement in an episode of Audible Suno’s show “Kissa Khwaabon Ka“.