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Mouni Roy Teases ‘Something Exciting’ With Diljit Dosanjh, Leaves All Excited As She Poses With Punjabi Star

Curated By: Chirag Sehgal

Last Updated: December 09, 2023, 11:41 IST

Mouni Roy drops a photo with Diljit Dosanjh. (Photo: Instagram)

Even though Mouni Roy did not specify, it looks like the two will be featuring in one of Diljit Dosanjh’s upcoming music videos.

Mouni Roy will soon be sharing screen with Diljit Dosanjh. Recently, the actress took to her Instagram handle and dropped a picture with the Punjabi superstar. In the caption, Mouni teased that the two worked for “something exciting” and added that it will be released in the coming “days, weeks or maybe months.” Even though Mouni did not specify, it looks like the two will be featuring in one of singer’s upcoming music video.

“You go through life relentlessly and once in a while you cross roads with an artist who is pure light, who dances through life come ruin or rapture and you can’t help but feel very lucky to cross paths & work with em! @diljitdosanjh something exciting coming up in a few days, weeks or maybe months Wait for it !!!!!!!!” Mouni wrote in the caption of her post. Check it out here:

Soon after Mouni dropped her post, her BFF and actress Disha Patani rushed to the comments section and wrote, “Can’t wait”. Disha Parmar also dropped fire emojis. Neha Swami, wife of Mouni Roy’s Naagin co-star Arjun Bijlani, also commented, “Hey can’t wait for this one.”

Mouni Roy has come a long way ever since she made her television debut with Ekta Kapoor’s Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. She became a popular name after she starred in Naagin. Mouni made her Bollywood debut with Akshay Kumar’s Gold in 2018. Last year, Mouni was seen in Ayan Mukerji’s magnum opus, Brahmastra. Recently, she was also seen in a music video titled ‘Dotara’ along with Jubin Nautiyal. Mouni Roy was last seen in the web-series Sultan of Delhi.

In a recent interview, Mouni shared that it is projects like Sultan of Delhi and Brahmastra which changed people’s perception of her as an actor. “Brahmastra was absolutely different. When you see Gold, RAW and Made In China, I had played very Indianised characters. Maybe after Naagin and Sati, people could only see me as a ‘saree-clad Indian character’. So, for Milan sir to think of me as this cabaret dancer Nayantara, at a time when Brahmastra had not even released. I think it is an exciting time to be an actor where makers can visualise you in different roles. Such great parts are being written. I really feel fortunate to be offered these parts and be able to play them on screen,” she told Indian Express.

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