Punjabi actress and Carry on Jatta 2 fame Sonam Bajwa is known for her perfectly toned body and flawless beauty. Lately, she took to Instagram to share a couple of pictures with Pollywood superstar Diljit Dosanjh. In the pictures, Sonam is seen donning a yellow crop top and denim paired with white sports shoes while Diljit is donning a black tee and trousers paired with a checkered orange shirt. The on-screen jodi looks smashing as they strike a pose in a luxury car.

Sharing the pictures, she captioned it as, “‘Koi Diljit na gana kar le ni model bani Payi’ @diljitdosanjh.”

Earlier, Sonam’s video where she performed on the tunes of popular Bhojpuri song by Pawan Singh ‘Lollipop Lagelu’ went viral on the social media.

With 2.3 million followers on Instagram, Sonam is one of the much-loved actresses on social media. She is also a good performer and has been appreciated for working in popular Punjabi films like Punjab 1984 (2014), Carry On Jatta 2 (2018), Manje Bistre (2017) and Sardaar Ji 2 (2016) among others

Sonam is also a popular face in the Tamil film industry. Born in a Punjabi Jat Sikh family, the 25-year-old actress had worked as an air hostess before joining the film industry, she was also reportedly shortlisted to act opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Happy New Year (2014), but things couldn’t work out for her.

Check her pictures here:

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Ok then… @diljitdosanjh

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Her last on-screen outing, Carry on Jatta 2, got the best opening at the Box Office for a Punjabi film in India. The film also starred Gippy Grewal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Binnu Dhillon, Jaswinder Bhalla, Upasana Singh and Jyotii Sethi to name a few. Sonam made her acting debut in Punjabi cinema with Best of Luck, that released in 2013. Since then, the actress has starred in a number of Punjabi films and is certainly one of the most loved faces in the north Indian film industry.