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Sonam Bajwa Expresses Admiration for Fawad Khan During ‘Kudi Haryane Val Di’ Promotions

Indian actress Sonam Bajwa, renowned for her dynamic performances, recently expressed her admiration for Pakistani actor Fawad Khan. While promoting her upcoming film ‘Kudi Haryane Val Di’, she revealed her long-standing fandom for Fawad Khan, who became popular in India through films such as ‘Kapoor & Sons’, ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, and ‘Khoobsurat’.

In an interview, Sonam candidly discussed the challenges she encountered while working on her latest project. “It’s been over 10 years since I began acting in films, but this is the first time I had to deliver dialogues in Haryanvi, a language I was unfamiliar with,” she shared.

Despite the difficulties, Sonam expressed her enthusiasm about the film’s release and her growth as an actress.

When asked about her favorite actor in a recent interview with Indian media, the ‘Kudi Haryane Val Di’ actress responded, “I have always admired Fawad Khan. I love his acting in every film.” This led the host to jokingly suggest that Fawad could be considered the “son-in-law of Punjab,” to which she smiled and replied, “Don’t say that, he might get embarrassed.”

‘Kudi Haryane Val Di’ narrates the story of a Punjabi boy who falls in love with a Haryanvi girl, detailing his efforts to win her heart and persuade her family to accept their relationship. Her role required her to step out of her comfort zone and master a new dialect, highlighting her dedication to her craft.

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