Neeru Bajwa: It’s a complete joy working with Diljit Dosanjh

I want to do quality films that I get from Punjab and if I get that from Bombay, I would love to do it,” she added. Neeru Bajwa concluded the conversation by sharing five tenets of a happy marriage – “Friendship, honesty, trust, sense of humour and a little bit of compromise!”

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In an exclusive chat with, Neeru shared what pushes her to re-team with Diljit. She thinks there’s no good a man can do to a woman. She has also appeared in Hindi films like Prince, Phoonk 2 and Miley Naa Miley Hum. And it’s always nice because we have the best of films together, best experiences and I love working with him,” Neeru said. So, I think that was connecting and I connect to strong roles. She is a 31-year-old unmarried woman who according to society is hopeless now. Talking about why language is never a bar for her to do good cinema, Neeru shared, “I think it’s just great to do good film anywhere. If a Chinese film was offered to me and it was a great script, I would do that too. “She doesn’t believe in love. So, if it’s just a great film, I’ll do it.”
Neeru Bajwa and Diljit Dosanjh promoting Shadaa in Delhi. She’s a strong, independent and modern working woman so I definitely connected with that.”


Neeru Bajwa, who made her foray into films nearly two decades back, has become one of the most bankable female leads in Punjabi cinema. (Photo: APH Images)
“I don’t think as an actor you need that validation but obviously, I am not going to do just any B-grade or C-grade film. “Besides the audience always asking when are you guys coming together, for me, it’s just complete joy working with him (Diljit Dosanjh). In Shadaa, Neeru Bajwa plays a girl who has crossed the marriageable age, but has no qualms about it. Revealing where she connected with her onscreen character, Neeru added, “I got married in my 30s.