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Diljit Dosanjh Returns to “The Tonight Show,” Impresses Jimmy Fallon with Electrifying Performance

Diljit Dosanjh Returns to "The Tonight Show," Impresses Jimmy Fallon with Electrifying Performance

Punjabi superstar Diljit Dosanjh made a sensational return to “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, wowing the audience with his electrifying performances of hits “Born To Shine” and “G.O.A.T.” Known for his collaborations with international celebrities like Sia and Ed Sheeran, Diljit has now added talk show host Jimmy Fallon to his impressive list of global partnerships.

During his appearance, Diljit not only lit up the stage but also shared a behind-the-scenes video on social media. In the video, Fallon is seen congratulating the singer for his outstanding performance. “You crushed it. It was fantastic, electric. Everyone was dancing. That was phenomenal,” Fallon exclaimed, inviting Diljit to return to the show in the future. Expressing his gratitude with folded hands, Diljit thanked Fallon for the opportunity and captioned the video on Instagram, “One love @jimmyfallon @fallontonight (sic).”

In addition to his stellar performances, Diljit also performed a line from his recent film “Amar Singh Chamkila.” Jimmy Fallon excitedly announced Diljit’s upcoming ‘Dil-Lunimati’ music tour across North America to the audience, introducing him as “the biggest Punjabi artist on the planet.” For his debut on “The Tonight Show,” Diljit sported a traditional Punjabi ensemble, adding a cultural touch to his appearance.

Diljit Dosanjh has been making waves in the entertainment industry, becoming the first Punjabi singer to perform at Coachella. On the work front, he has appeared in several films, including “Amar Singh Chamkila,” “Crew,” “Jodi,” “Good Newwz,” “Jatt and Juliet,” “Jatt and Juliet 2,” “Udta Punjab,” and “Honsla Rakh” among others.

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