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A combo photo of Shehnaaz Gill and Diljit Dosanjh.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
Punjabi actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh turns producer this Dusshera with the self-starring film Honsla Rakh.
Shehnaaz Gill will be seen sharing screen space with Diljit Dosanjh for the first time in 'Honsla Rakh' which will also feature Sonam Bajwa in the lead.
The film is set to hit the screens on October 15.
Diljit posted the first look of the film on Instagram on Thursday. The poster features a sketched version of Diljit with a baby carrier and a smiling baby.
"This Dusshera#HonslaRakh, 15th Oct, 2021!! @sonambajwa @shehnaazgill@humblekids_ @thindmotionfilms #Storytimeproductions @amarjitsaron@thepawangill @onlyrakeshdhawan@bal_deo @sonalisingh#TeamDosanjh," he wrote alongside the poster.
Shehnaaz Gill, who rose to fame with her stint in Bigg Boss 13, has been doing well ever since.
Diljit and Sonam Bajwa have been popular as a pair in the dance track titled Tommy, which featured in the 2019 hit, Shadaa.
Honsla Rakh also features Gippy Grewal's son Shinda Grewal. Other details about the film are still under wraps.
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