Shehnaaz Gill no longer believes in marriage: “I’m working hard today so I won’t have to beg for money tomorrow.”
On her celebrity chat programme, Desi Vibes with Shehnaaz Gill, Shehnaaz Gill is forthright and trustworthy. On the most recent episode with Tazza Khabar actor Bhuvan Bam, the Punjabi singer and actress said that she is single and has lost interest in the institution of marriage. Shehnaaz further disclosed that she is currently working full-time to achieve financial independence.
While Shehnaaz and Bhuvan talked work and life, Shehnaaz said in Hindi, “You never know what will happen in life, so you should always be prepared for anything. Currently, I am completing my responsibilities. I have plans to keep working in the future. Yet, if I am unable to find employment, I should have sufficient funds to avoid begging for money in the future. I shouldn’t end up marrying someone for that reason alone.”
Shehnaaz stated that she does not now believe in the institution of marriage and would want to continue working. She stated, “I do not believe in marriage at the present time.” I must advance in my life and do many things, and I intend to save the money I make rather than squander it.
Shehnaaz Gill was in a relationship with the deceased television star Sidharth Shukla in 2021. Their love story began on Bigg Boss 13, where they met. Shehnaaz referenced Sidharth while accepting an award following his passing. She thanked Sidharth Shukla in her address, saying, I appreciate your presence in my life. You have helped me reach this point by investing so much in me.”
During her conversation with Bhuvan, Shehnaaz disclosed that she had recently purchased a new home.
On the work front, Shehnaaz will soon make her official Bollywood debut, starring alongside John Abraham, Riteish Deshmukh, and Nora Fatehi in Sajid Khan’s 100 % and alongside Salman Khan in Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. In addition to acting in films, she is very active in brand endorsements, television appearances, and photoshoots.
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