Another new song from Diljit Dosanjh film Arjun Patiala is out. Titled Crazy Habibi Vs, Decent Munda, the song features Bollywood Laila Sunny Leone along with the Punjabi actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh and Varun Sharma. Composed by Sachin Jigar, the party song has been sung by Guru Randhawa and in the middle Benny Dayal has contributed with the vocals in Arabic.
Sharing the song, Sunny tweeted, “Decent mundas, beware! Here’s #CrazyHabibiVSDecentMunda from #ArjunPatiala: http://bit.ly/CrazyHabibiVsDecentMunda …” The song shows the stars in a discothèque, enjoying their time as Diljit is seen smitten by Sunny.
Talking about the film, Diljit had prior told to the media that he never approaches comedy thinking 'he knows everything.' Comedy is extreme. To make individuals laugh isn't simple. Composed material, the story and situation matter a lot. In Punjabi films he does give him inputs. In Hindi not by any means. "He don't have that much control in Hindi language, in Punjabi he can say a specific dialogue will sound more entertaining on the off chance that we change it. In Hindi he simply follow. He have never done a comedy in this space. He figured that he should give a try. Maddock has made some fabulous movies as well. Everything necessary is two minutes for him to say yes or no to a script. He needed to do this one the moment he heard it."
Recently, the trailer of the much-awaited parody film of Diljit Dosanjh and Kriti Sanon’s, Arjun Patiala, is out now and its seem to have all the important ingredients of a particular comedy film. With a sensational dramatic heroine who likewise happens to be a crime reporter which will be played by Kriti and an cute cop by Diljit Dosanjh, the film promise much more – a Hawildar named Onida because his parents couldn’t manage the cost an original TV, a compulsory special dance number performed by Sunny Leone and a huge crowd of villains.
The movie has been directed by Rohit Jugraj, who has already worked with Diljit in quite a few Punjabi films, like, Sardaar Ji and Sardaar Ji 2. Ronit Roy looks unrecognizable as a turban-wearing cop with a beard. Seema Pahwa and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub additionally star in the film yet very little are uncovered about their characters in the trailer.