We Played ‘Heads Up’ With Diljit Dosanjh And Neeru Bajwa!

They are pretty compatible when it comes to this game.

by Ankita Mazumdar
We Played ‘Heads Up’ With Diljit Dosanjh And Neeru Bajwa!

The charismatic Diljit Dosanjh and the gorgeous Neeru Bajwa joined this Sunday Brunch episode with our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani. While chatting about careers, life, and whatnot we played a fun game of ‘Heads Up’ with them. It was delightful to watch both of them peculiarly explaining the dishes. You are in for a laugh! Catch the entire episode live by clicking on the video linked below.

‘Heads Up’ With Jatt & Juliet Stars, Diljit Dosanjh And Neeru Bajwa

We engaged in a lively game of “Heads Up” over a mouthwatering meal of Maharashtrian food with our lovely guests. Neeru described the first dish – Shami Kebabs to Diljit with the well-known Hindi expression “Kabab mein haddi” and and he immediately guessed it!

Next, it was Diljit’s turn to describe Pinni to Neeru and it was easy-peasy lemon squeezy for both the co-stars. Then, Diljit held up another placard with a picture of Phirni and Neeru simply mentioned that he may not like this sweet dish.

That was all it took and Dijlit answered, “Phirni”! Next, Neeru held up the picture of Kada Prasad and he explained it as the dish everyone undoubtedly consumes at a Gurudwara and she guessed it in an instant.

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The Game Saga Continues

Watching Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa play this game was amazing as they are exceptionally good at it and know each other well. Next, it was the picture of Mooli Paranthe and Neeru told Diljit that she prefers eating this to Chole Bhature and he was able to identify the dish correctly. The last dish on the placard was Sarson Da Saag and all Dijit did was explain the saag and Neeru immediately paired it with roti.

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She saw the picture on her placard and started singing a line from the popular song by Gurdas Maan ‘Apna Punjab Hove’. Our guests had a laugh and Dijlit explained to Kamiya that it is almost a cult song about saag, alcohol, manja and more and then the conversations shifted to their films.

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