A still from the movie ‘Honsla Rakh’.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
The first look of Shehnaaz Gill and Diljit Dosanjh from their film ‘Honsla Rakh’ is out which is being shot in Canada currently.
Diljit and Gill shared pictures from their upcoming Punjabi movie.
In new photos from the sets of the Punjabi movie, the Bigg Boss 13 alum is seen with a baby bump.
Shehnaaz Gill and Diljit Dosanjh collaborate for the first time in Honsla Rakh.
Shehnaaz is seen wearing a floral ensemble with a visible baby bump, while Diljit sports a grey suit, yellow sweater and a bright turban.
In one picture, Diljit embraces Shehnaaz, with his hands on her baby bump while looking her in the eye. Diljit is also seen bowing down to place his head on the baby bump in another picture. The duo posed beside cutouts of a feeding bottle and a jar of honey while a Winnie-the-Pooh cutout was placed behind. Shehnaaz shared the pictures with the caption, "Excited??????? @diljitdosanjh @thindmotionfilms #ShootModeOn #HonslaRakh."
Meanwhile, Diljit wrote, #HonslaRakh This Dussehra, 15th October 2021 🍼👶 ."
Honsla Rakh also features Gippy Grewal's son Shinda Grewal.
Shehnaaz Gill will be seen sharing the screen space with Diljit Dosanjh for the first time in Honsla Rakh which will also feature Sonam Bajwa in the lead.
Shehnaaz lies on the road wearing a white crop top paired with blue denims. She seems comfortable soaking in the sun.
Former contestant of famous reality show Bigg Boss 13, Shehnaaz Kaur Gill, who has been winning hearts, has recently joined hands with popular music rapper Badshah for a song video.
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