Superstar photographer Dabboo Ratnani on Thursday shared a new image of actor Shehnaaz Gill. “Maintain your head up, Maintain your coronary heart sturdy,” he wrote in his caption, maybe making a reference to the troubles that Shehnaaz has gone by this yr, after the dying of her rumoured boyfriend Sidharth Shukla. The shoot was performed earlier than Sidharth’s dying in September.
Shehnaaz has largely saved a low profile after the tragedy, reemerging in public life solely to advertise her Punjabi movie, Honsla Rakh. She has additionally promoted her different ventures, together with a music video with Sidharth, which marks their last collaboration. They met on Bigg Boss 13 and shaped a quick friendship. Whereas they initially downplayed relationship rumours, Shehnaaz has mentioned in interviews that she checked out Sidharth as household.
She shared extra footage from the identical photoshoot a number of weeks in the past in July, crediting Dabboo because the photographer and figuring out the situation as Mumbai. “Love is just like the wind. You’ll be able to’t see it, however you’ll be able to really feel it,” she wrote in her caption. The put up contained a number of footage, wherein she struck glamorous poses in a black go well with.
Mere weeks earlier than his dying, Sidharth appeared with Shehnaaz on Dance Deewane and Bigg Boss 14. The 2 additionally appeared collectively in a number of hit music movies, reminiscent of Behavior, Tu Yaheen Hai, and Bhula Dunga.
Honsla Rakh, Shehnaaz’s Punjabi movie with Diljit Dosanjh, will arrive on Amazon Prime Video on November 24, after a short theatrical run. Diljit mentioned in a press release, “Honsla Rakh is particular for extra causes than one. Not solely does it mark my debut as a producer but additionally narrates a heart-warming story of human feelings that’s positive to ring a bell with the viewers. I’m completely satisfied to collaborate with Amazon Prime Video for this movie and take this lovely story to a large expanse of viewers throughout the globe directly, and provides them an opportunity to get pleasure from it at their comfort and from the consolation of their houses.”