Shehnaaz Gill works on Sunday; she is spotted having rose petals showered on her
Shehnaaz Gill is in a good place professionally and enjoys working around the clock. Shehnaaz had a busy Sunday, while the rest of them had a relaxing weekend. She was spotted working on a shoot at Mumbai’s famous Mehboob Studio in Bandra. The famed contestant from Bigg Boss 13 sported a fashionable red dress with bell sleeves, layered hair, and transparent block sandals with pointed toes. Shehnaaz posed stylishly for the paparazzi and smiled brightly as she was photographed in the city.
Shehnaaz Gill keeps her fans entertained with reels and photos on her extravagant social media profile. She recently recreated Shah Rukh Khan and Shilpa Shetty’s iconic song from the film Baazigar, ‘Kitabein Bahut Si.’ She captioned the video, “Tu hi to meri dost hai @iamkenferns #shehnaazgill (sic).” Fans were blown away by how effortlessly she aced it and are relieved to see her in a much better place now. She had previously created a video for Taylor Swift’s song, Blank Space.
On the other hand, she has been posting vlogs for her fans, and her series, ‘Guess Where I Am Being Interviewed,’ has been a huge success. Shehnaaz Gill filmed the video in the bathtub while singing Charlie Puth songs. On top of all of that, she went on a daring solo trek, which she did, interestingly enough, in slippers. Shehnaaz, known for her down-to-earth demeanor, conversed with the villagers and even assisted them with farming. She washed her slippers in muddy water, ate jalebis, and encouraged everyone to live life by taking breaks from work. The 28-year-old was overjoyed to arrive at his destination and see the breathtaking waterfalls.
Shehnaaz Gill’s next project:
She is currently filming for Salman Khan’s film, Bhaijaan, which was previously titled Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. Bhaijaan is Shehnaaz’s first Bollywood project, and she will be joined by Raghav Juyal, Siddharth Nigam, and Jassie Gill.
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