Check Out These Behind The Scenes From Diljit Dosanjh’s Upcoming EP Drive Thru

Diljit Dosanjh, the name that has changed the fortunes of the Punjabi Industry. He is recognized as the face of the industry in Bollywood and the whole world. On his birthday, Diljit Dosanjh gave his fans probably the best surprise they could ask for. On 6 January, through an Instagram post, Diljit announced his upcoming EP (Extended Play), titled ‘Drive Thru’ and also unveiled the 5 song tracklist using some emojis.

Ever since, the fans have been awaiting the release of the album. Now, Diljit Dosanjh has finally shared some snippets and pictures from the shoot of the upcoming project. Diljit can be seen wearing a black outfit in all the shots. It appears that one of the sequences of the EP has been shot inside a garage or a warehouse type spot. The supporting dancers can also be seen wearing black and white attire.

Important thing that can be fetched from the snippets is that Diljit Dosanjh is probably shooting for a song from his EP Drive Thru and if that’s true, the release of the EP might be really close. If it is already in its shooting phase, we can see the EP releasing pretty soon or can at least expect an official release date in some time.

Previously, we have seen Diljit Dosanjh working with many international directors and videographers, this time too, he might be working with one. In one of the posts, Diljit Dosanjh tagged an LA based cinematographer and videographer, Paize Productions. The videographer also shared the post on its official Instagram handle. 

Not just that, from the many pictures that he shared in his stories, one of them was with Kalikwest. A story also showed how the video shooting team had fixed the camera on a Porsche itself for shooting purposes! 

Last year was made special for the Music Industry by Diljit when he released his album Moonchild Era. It became one of the most successful albums of the year and topped many international charts. Once again, the king of the industry is getting ready for another blast, and there is no way the audience can wait for it.

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