Diljit’s Post For 70-Year-Old Woman Who Sells Food On Roadside For A Living

Diljit’s Post For 70-Year-Old Woman Who Sells Food On Roadside For A Living

Actor and singer Diljit Dosanjh are among the thousands of social media customers touched by the plight of an aged lady in Punjab’s Jalandhar. A video of the 70-year-old lady not too long ago surfaced on social media. Within the video, she will be heard explaining that she makes a dwelling promoting cheap meals at her roadside stall. 

The video reveals her sitting her sitting at her tiny, makeshift stall at Jalandhar’s Phagwara Gate market. In the brief clip, she talks about how people spend thousands of rupees at costly motels, whereas she sells dalsabzi and paranthas at affordable costs. She goes on to say that she has to work hard to make a dwelling and that she doesn’t have a husband.

Kaam karde menu bade saal ho gaye ne (I’ve been working for a few years),” she says. 

When the individual filming the video asks her if she is pleased, she responds by saying, in Punjabi, “What to do? I’ve to do that.”

The 70-year-old lady’s story has struck a chord with the Web, and hundreds of people have promised to go to her tiny stall. Diljit Dosanjh was amongst those that promised to go to her stall when in Jalandhar subsequent. He additionally urged his followers to assist the girl by consuming at her roadside stall.

Diljit just isn’t the one superstar who spoke out in her assist. 

Punjabi singer and actor Ammy Virk additionally shared the video on Instagram this Sunday. He requested his followers and followers to observe the video and go to the stall.

Singer Harrdy Sandhu praised the aged lady’s spirit and dedication in an Instagram publish. “Bebe tusi bahut himmati o,” he wrote. 

The video has been extensively circulated on social media, the place it has been seen by lakhs of people. Many social media customers have pledged their assist and promised to go to the stall, whereas others have showered reward on the stall proprietor for her ‘never quit’ angle. 

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