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Nita Ambani teaches Diljit Dosanjh Gujarati!

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During

Anant Ambani

’s pre-wedding celebrations,

Nita Ambani

was spotted teaching

Diljit Dosanjh

a bit of Gujarati. While the singer was performing his popular hits on stage, he paused momentarily to receive a crash course from her. In an Instagram video, Nita conversed with Diljit in Gujarati, starting with a simple inquiry about his well-being. Diljit responded effortlessly.

However, when she asked him in

Gujarati

about his place of origin, he admitted having difficulty understanding the question.
As seen in the video, Nita explained the meaning of the line. “Where do you live?” she translated her line from Gujarati. However, no one expected Diljit to have a sweet comeback. He said, “Where do I live? I live in people’s hearts.” His reply impressed Nita Ambani.
In addition to learning Gujarati from Nita Ambani, Diljit also managed to leave

Kareena Kapoor

blushing. In a video posted on his Instagram account, the singer was seen playfully comparing Kareena to Beyoncé and Rihanna. He said, “There might be Beyonce and there might be Rihanna but we have her,” leaving her blushing. He then proceeded to sing Proper Patola for her while Saif Ali Khan stood with them. At first, Kareena appeared hesitant to dance, but then, she got into the groove and was seen doing a few thumkas as Diljit and Saif cheered her on. Diljit shared the video with the caption, “Queen @kareenakapoorkhan King #saifalikhan.”

Diljit was also spotted dancing with Shah Rukh Khan and his daughter, actress Suhana Khan. While the Punjabi singer was performing his hit song "Lover," SRK joined him to groove to the beats. The video of their dance has since gone viral, capturing the attention of many.

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