Punjabi sensation Diljit Dosanjh's cop act in Abhishek Chaubey's
gritty thriller Udta Punjab was well-received by all earning him
even a Filmfare Award this year. Now, all eyes are set on his
upcoming film Phillauri where he will be seen romancing Anushka
Sharma for the first time.
Admit it or not, but camps do exist in Bollywood whether one
likes them or not. However Diljit says that he never felt any camp
system in the industry. As a Punjabi superstar and an outsider who
didn't belong to a filmi family, a leading news agency
asked him if he ever had to face any problems or
discrimination because of the existing camps.
Diljit answered, "I have never faced it (discrimination) nor has
anybody tried to do bad to me. Whoever I met, they greeted me with
respect and love. I never felt any camp system here."
Further when quizzed about his views on camp systems he added,
"Yes, when you make films you can have your 'team'. One team is
making a film like this, another will make a different
On being asked if he feels Sardars are typecasted, he said,
"Back home, producers would often cast aspersions on it; they were
of the opinion that nobody would want to watch a hero in a turban.
Sometimes, I too would think what they were saying was right, but
I'm glad it has been proven wrong. I am getting respect and work
here. I feel fortunate that Bollywood didn't offer me comic