From Fallon Night To Coachella, Here’s More Proof That Diljit Dosanjh Is A Style Icon That Everyone Adores

Diljit Dosanjh

Indian pop music is having its much-needed moment on the internet, and some of the credit goes to the multi-talented singer, actor, and producer, Diljit Dosanjh. There’s no denying that Diljit is slowly taking over not only the Bollywood space with his acting chops but also the global stage. And ICYMI, Diljit made everyone dance to his beats at his debut on The Late Night Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

The Punjabi singer-actor performed his renowned tracks ‘G.O.A.T’ and ‘Born To Shine’. The show host, Jimmy Fallon introduced the singer as ‘the biggest Punjabi artist on the planet’ and we wholeheartedly agree. Check out his performance below.


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Last year, he became the first-ever Punjabi artist to perform at the Coachella Valley Music & Art Festival in California. Diljit’s bhangra beats got everyone grooving at the festival. We can list multiple factors that set him apart from everyone, but his ultimate fashion choices take the cake. Someone who isn’t familiar with his art or work in movies or albums might mistake him for a high-end fashion influencer.

Diljit Dosanjh shines with his unique off-stage and on-stage fashion choices, which feature a variety of striking ensembles that go beyond the typical pop star rack. Even his music videos are fashion forward whether it’s his iconic tuxedo look from the Lover music video or his yellow ensemble in the Khutti music video with Saweetie. His wardrobe is a reminder to invest in the basics as well as splurge on chunky accessories. He is frequently lensed in runway looks by Gucci or Balenciaga.

But even when Diljit Dosanjh isn’t decked in brands, he will simply nail an ethnic kurta look too; for instance, his Coachella fit. This man knows how to shop and style an outfit that can give any other Bollywood star a run for their money. To dig more into his style file, we are picking five of our favourites served by the star recently:

Sleek In Chanel

Someone cast him in the new Bridgerton season, please! Diljit Dosanjh served some regency vibes in this Chanel look at the trailer launch of his much anticipated new movie, Amar Singh Chamkila.

All The Swag

Everyone who went to watch Crew this weekend couldn’t help but rave about his on-screen charisma. Diljit made everyone take out their phones and snap a look at his cool look in the song Naina, which plays at the movie’s end credits.

Indie Kid

Another thing about his looks is that he doesn’t restrict himself to a certain style. One day you spot him in a tux, and the next day he will be seen with a Gen Z look scrolling on his flip phone. The tote bag is my favourite addition to his ensemble!

Bhangra Time

Diljit Dosanjh’s Coachella performance was one for the books and a major Indian pop culture moment. For his on-stage look, the star went completely desi with the essence of his motherland’s roots by channelling a quintessential Punjabi Munda look in an all-white ensemble.

Hypebeast Baby

This is what we mean when we say that everything that we catch on the runway stays in Diljit’s closet. The artist is an ultimate lover of high-end labels and clearly knows his style and colour palette as well, because you will find him slipping with these drips effortlessly.

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