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'Arjun Patiala' First Look: Diljit Dosanjh, Kriti Sanon And Varun Sharma Starrer To Crack You Up

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| May 14 , 2018 , 14:58 IST

Punjabi 'Sher' Diljit Dosanjh is not leaving any stone unturned to establish himself in Bollywood. Already gearing up for the release of Sandeep Singh's biopic 'Soorma', the sensational artist is set to enter the shoes of a hilarious cop in 'Arjun Patiala' also starring Varun Sharma and Kriti Sanon.

Unlike his Udta Punjab role, Diljit's uniformed character in the forthcoming Bollywood flick will tickle the audiences' funny bones along with his fellow actors, reveals the first look poster. The comedy caper features Diljit in the titular role of Arjun whereas Varun plays his lackey named Oninda Singh.

 

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While the two cops crack up the cinephile with their crazy antics, Kriti Sanon's scoop-hungry crime reporter named Ritu Randhawa will impress the viewers with her de-glam avatar. In November, the actress has hinted a collaboration with Diljit by posting multiple selfies with him on social media, piquing their fans' interest.

Producer Dinesh Vijan stated, "Diljit will be seen in the uniform but very different to his avatar in his first Hindi film outing, Udta Punjab. This policewallah is a laugh-a-minute character with a swagger that is all Diljit. He will have you rolling on the floor laughing with his quirky sense of humour."

"We believe in doing something different every time and since we have never attempted an out-and-out comedy before, we decided to experiment with one which is more situational than slapstick. If this film works, we would be happy to spin a franchise with Arjun, Onida and Ritu returning as the principal players," added Dinesh.

Helmed by Rohit Jugraj, Arjun Patiala will be a laugh riot offering plenty of action and dollops of bubble-gum romance. Film's extended Chandigarh schedule was recently wrapped up and the cast is headed to Mumbai for final leg shoot. It is scheduled to hit the theatres on September 13.