It was last week that the world of Twitter witnessed an ugly war of words between actress Kangana Ranaut and actor and singer Diljit Dosanjh over a tweet on the ongoing protest by the farmers. Diljit was trending yet again on Twitter yesterday after Ranaut joined netizens in asking about the whereabouts of Diljit. The Manikarnika actress had raised questions over Diljit & Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ support to the Farmers’ protest yesterday & hence had tweeted ‘Diljit Kitthe Aa’ when the latter did not give a response.
However, Diljit Dosanjh responded late evening & his reply was an epic one which left netizens in splits. Without tagging anyone, he shared that after waking up, he worked out at the gym, then he worked the entire day & then was off to sleep again. He ended his tweet on a hilarious note & announced his schedule for everyone who trended ‘Diljit Kitthe Aa.’
Diljit wrote, “Subha Uth Ke GYM Laya..Fer Sara Din Kam Kita .. Hun Mai Saun Lagga Haan..AH Lao Fadh Lao MERA SCHEDULE #MeraSchedule #AaJa #Aaja.”
Kangana had tweeted and asked about Diljit’s whereabouts and wrote,:
“Today after working in a 12 hours shift in Hydrabad this evening I flew down to Chennai to attend a charity event, how do I look in yellow? Also #Diljit_Kitthe_aa ?Everyone is looking for him here on twitter.”
Here’s her tweet:
Today after working in a 12 hours shift in Hydrabad this evening I flew down to Chennai to attend a charity event, how do I look in yellow? Also #Diljit_Kitthe_aa ?
Everyone is looking for him here on twitter 🌹 pic.twitter.com/Sbx6K4Shvb
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) December 11, 2020
Here’s Diljit’s Tweet :
Subha Uth Ke GYM Laya..
Fer Sara Din Kam Kita .. 😎
Hun Mai Saun Lagga Haan..😊
— DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) December 11, 2020
Kangana had questioned Diljit & Priyanka over extending support to the Farmers’ protest. They had urged them to listen to the explanation of the bills that they had raised their voices against. Last week, Diljit & Kangana got themselves into a heated argument when the latter said something appropriate against an aged woman protestor.