Known as ‘Sovereign of Punjabi entertainment world’ and frequently called ‘Hema Malini of Punjabi films’, veteran entertainer Daljit Kaur died at her home in Sudhar of Ludhiana locale on Thursday. She was 68.
For certain years now, Kaur, in the wake of moving from Mumbai, been living with her overall Harjinder Singh Khangura at Sudhar after her wellbeing had crumbled. She was experiencing dementia and passed on from delayed disease, Khangura told the Indian Express.
Among her last movies that she had shot was ‘Moga to Melbourne by means of Chandigarh’, a parody on Punjab young people relocating abroad, which was conceptualized at this point Punjab Boss Priest Bhagwant Mann. Kaur and Mann were co-entertainers in the film. Mann was likewise the film’s storywriter. Despite the fact that the film was shot in 2013, it stays unreleased till date.
Call it a miserable incongruity, that notwithstanding Kaur once being the co-entertainer of Mann, none from the Punjab government or the Ludhiana locale organization went to her incineration or called up her family for sympathy after her downfall.
Rana Jung Bahadur, veteran entertainer and one of the entertainers in ‘Moga to Melbourne… ‘, said: “I had suggested Kaur’s name for this film since she was a phenomenally skilled entertainer and Bhagwant Mann had composed an honorable story in his hilarious parody style on young people of Punjab who are moving to another country. The film had an extraordinary directive for young people – to remain in Punjab and satisfy their fantasies here. Sadly, the film was never delivered because of certain issues yet the shoot was finished. Mann and Kaur had cooperated in it… “
Khangura said that they need no money related pay from the public authority. “God has given us enough… we need nothing from the public authority,” he said.
“In any case, none from the locale organization or the public authority went to the incineration today, nor we got any call mourning her demise. Everybody realizes she was the ‘Sovereign of Punjabi entertainment world’… yet we are not anticipating a single thing from the public authority. Her work is regarded overall and that is enough as far as we’re concerned,” he said.
“Among her last movies was Gippy Grewal’s ‘Singh versus Kaur’ delivered in 2013,” said her cousin.