His Hindi film debut Udta Punjab may have made him a rage in Bollywood, but singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh says he is in no hurry to sign new projects and will only choose roles that will not upset his fans.
The 32-year-old actor, who is already a superstar in Punjab, says he never had an agenda while making a foray in the Hindi film industry.
“I don’t do anything keeping Bollywood in mind. I was recently offered few Bollywood movies, but I felt there was nothing much for me to do as an artist and even my fans will not like it. I don’t want to rush. Whatever next I will do I will make sure not to embarrass my fans,” said Diljit.
The actor says his fan-base may have increased after the release of the Abhishek Chaubey-directed film, but he prefers not to let the celebrity tag get attached to him.
“I don’t feel like a celebrity. I did not sign Udta Punjab to increase my fan following. The only thing I consider before signing a project is that my fans should like it. I understand my responsibility towards my fans,” he added.