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Diljohn Singh Opens Up About His Role In ‘Shiddat’ Alongside Sunny Kaushal

In an exclusive chat, Diljohn Singh opened up about his role in Disney+Hotstar's latest release 'Siddhat' also starring Sunny Kaushal and Radhika Madan.

Actor Diljohn Singh is a British actor who has his roots in India. He was last seen in the movie Bell bottom. Before that, he has also been a part of movies like De De Pyaar De, Jawaani Janeman, Gold, and Angrezi Medium.

Talking about his role in the movie ‘Shiddat’, Diljohn says, ” I am playing the character of Kersie Marfatia, assistant immigration officer. The main aim of the officer was to make sure that Jaggi aka Sunny Kaushal gets deported to his country. So it was a good role. Though I had a small screen appearance, it was amazing to be a part of such a good project.”

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Further talking about the project he says, “Shiddat is a story about a wheel-well stowaway, on celluloid, it seems like an epic journey by a man on a quest to prove his love but please word of advice to everyone watching be sensible as people actually do this for survival and run from dire situation they find themselves in as recently seen in Afghanistan, it is heart-wrenching seeing people taking extreme measure to find a glimmer of hope to go through with this but please don’t follow this in the name of love just because you have seen it being romanticized in a Bollywood movie.

Shiddat is a romantic drama film starring Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan, Mohit Raina and Diana Penty in lead roles. It started streaming on Disney+Hotstar on Oct 1.

Lastly, talking about his upcoming projects, Diljohn says, ” I have recently shot for a small part in a Mathew Vaughan film so I am now waiting for its release. Rest, I am waiting around for good scripts to come my way. As I believe that patience is the most valued virtue of an artist so just betting on that.”

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