Punjabi actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh and Shenaz Gill’s romantic comedy “Khonsla Rah” – one of the most anticipated projects of the year. The actress, who is still grieving the loss of her close friend Sidharth Shukla, is expected to resume work soon. Siddhart died on September 2. Shehnaaz has reportedly not yet filmed for a promotional song for the film.
The show’s creators said they had rescheduled filming due to their sensitivity to the situation. They now plan to set a date by the end of this month and hope Shehnaaz can do the same.
Producer Diljit Tind told ETimes, “We are waiting for her to recover and heal from her bereavement. We originally planned to shoot the song on September 15th in London, but that didn’t happen for obvious reasons. We will set a new date soon, and we would like Schönaaz to be a part of it too, as it is an integral part of the film. I contact her manager and hope that she will contact us in a few days.
Since the death of actor Siddhart, fans and colleagues have worried about Schnaaz. The duo, popularly known as “SidNaaz” since Bigg Boss 13, have been one of the most beloved couples on Indian television, and their fans have always been eager to see them work together. Recently, when Bigg Boss 14’s Pavitra Punia was spotted by the paparazzi in Mumbai, the actress was asked about Schehnaaz and how she is holding up now.
Pavitra reported that she was unable to speak with Shehnaaz after Siddharth’s death. Pavitra believes that Shenaaz needs to be left alone so that he can return to his normal life and deal with the loss. However, she added that the state of the Punjabi actress is not very good at the moment.
“I pray that Chenaaz will get back on her feet, because I’m sure Siddharth must be looking out for her somewhere up above, wanting her to get back to normal. And we are also waiting to see it, ”she told the paparazzi.
Known for his work on shows such as Babul Ka Aangann Chootey Na, Dil Se Dil Tak, and Balika Vadhu, Sidharth, who won the Bigg Boss 13 competition, died at the age of 40 after a severe injury. heart failure.