Diljit Dosanjh recently shared a photoshopped picture of himself on Instagram, where he is seen sitting besides Ivanka Trump right in front of the Taj Mahal.
He captioned the picture, “Me and Ivanka. Piche hee Pey Gaee Kehndi Taj Mahal Jana Taj Mahal Jana… #tajmahal Mai Fer Ley Geya Hor Ki Karda ?? (She went after me to see the Taj Mahal. Then I took her, what else could I have done?)”.
Me & Ivanka— DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) March 1, 2020
Piche hee Pey Gaee Kehndi Taj Mahal Jana Taj Mahal Jana.. 😜
Mai Fer Ley Geya Hor Ki Karda 😎 pic.twitter.com/Pnztfxz7m0
Donald Trump was in India recently along with wife Melania Trump, daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner. The family visited the famous monument Taj Mahal as well, during their India visit.
However, what Diljit least expected was that Ivanka would reply to his photoshopped picture.
Sharing Diljit’s ‘artwork’, Ivanka thanked him for the experience she “will never forget”. Ivanka Trump who also happens to be a senior advisor to the Trump administration, retweeted Mr Dosanjh’s post and wrote: “Thank you for taking me to the spectacular Taj Mahal, @diljitdosanjh! It was an experience I will never forget!”
An ecstatic Diljit couldn’t contain his excitement after Ivanka Trump’s tweet, and replied with another hilarious post, “Sado HUN SADO Mere ton … Jehde Photoshop Keh Rahe c ..Aa Geya @ivankatrump Da Jawab EH DOSANJHANWALA BUGGE. (Whosoever was claiming the picture was photoshopped, here I received her reply).”
In the past, Diljit Dosanjh has commented on Twitter posts of celebrities such as Kylie Jenner and actress Gal Gadot.Meanwhile, Ivanka Trump shared other photoshopped images posted by users on Twitter (that included her pics from her India tour) and wrote: “I appreciate the warmth of the Indian people. …I made many new friends!!!”
I appreciate the warmth of the Indian people.— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) March 1, 2020
…I made many new friends!!! https://t.co/MXz5PkapBg
Well, I really wish that Indian politicians could also do the same and take themselves less seriously.