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Shehnaaz Gill mesmerizes fans with her soothing voice as she sings the “Hasi Ban Gaye” song

Shehnaaz Gill

After Jo bheji thi duaa and Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai, Shehnaaz Gill returns with another song in her calming voice. Friday, the actress uploaded a video to social media. Shehnaaz uploaded a video on her Instagram account in which she sings the song Hasi Ban Gaye from the film Hamari Adhuri Kahani. In the video, Shehnaaz gives off a laid-back feeling by wearing a brown shirt and choosing for minimal makeup. Along with the video, she posted emojis of stars. When she shared the post, the comment section was flooded with adoration and appreciation for her voice. With fire emojis, one of the admirers remarked “Shehnaaz’s voice.” Shehbaz, Shehnaaz’s brother, used heart emojis.

Previously, Shehnaaz Gill released a video of her singing the song Jo Bheji Thi Dua, which moved her followers to tears. Shehnaaz’s participation in Bigg Boss 13 brought her popularity in the professional realm. Fans affectionately referred to Shehnaaz and Sidharth Shukla as SidNaaz while they were in the Bigg Boss 13 house, albeit they never acknowledged being a relationship.

In 2020, Sidharth Shukla won the reality programme. Sidharth went suddenly due to a heart arrest on September 2, 2021. He was 40. After Sidharth’s untimely death, Shehnaaz made a poignant memorial music video titled Tu Yaheen hai. She also joined the sets of the season finale of Bigg Boss 15 and gave a special homage to her dearly departed close friend. With the 2015 music video Shiv Di Kitaab, she launched her career as a model.

Her first film, 2017’s Sat Shri Akaal England, was her introduction to the acting world. In 2019, she starred in the films Kala Shah Kala and Daaka.Shehnaaz, Diljit Dosanjh, and Sonam Bajwa were all last seen in the film Honsla Rakh. She will make her Bollywood debut in Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, starring Salman Khan.

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