Well known Punjabi on-screen character vocalist Diljit Dosanjh quit Milan Luthria's Baadshaho after he felt that the part was not most appropriate for him.
Baadshaho is a thriller set in the era somewhere around 1975 and 1977 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi pronounced Emergency.
"Milan sir is a decent chief. The part that I was offered I felt I would not have the capacity to legitimize. It was a pleasant part. Yet, I couldn't identify with the character. I felt I couldn't do what needs to be done. I spoke to Milan sir after that," Diljit told PTI.
Since Emraan Hashmi has ventured into his shoes, Diljit is very glad about it.
"I am devotee of his work. God favor him. Emraan will do great work," he included.
The well known trio of Milan Luthria, Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi will be seen again in this film for the second time after Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.
The film will likewise highlight Ileana D'Cruz, Esha Gupta and Vidyut Jamwal in noticeable parts.
Co-delivered by Milan and Bhushan Kumar and composed by Rajat Aroraa, Baadshaho is a chronicled fiction.
Then, Diljit has thought of another sentimental number titled Do you know? in Punjabi. The video is created autonomously under his own name Famous Studios.
The video has been coordinated by Mark Staubach, who is an unmistakable name in Hollywood.