Shehnaaz Gill and Diljit Dosanjh post photos after the shoot of their film.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Former Big Boss contestant and singer Shehnaaz Kaur Gill took to social media to share images of herself with Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh.
The duo were in Canada shooting for their upcoming comedy film Honsla Rakh, which is directed by Amarjit Singh Saron
The images were clicked after they wrapped up the shoot for the film.
Fans flooded the duo with compliments as they eagerly look forward for the film.
In the post, Shehnaaz is seen sharing a light-hearted conversation and enjoying a relaxed evening with Diljit.
Shehnaaz is an Indian film actress who rose to fame with her journey in the reality show Big Boss hosted by Salman Khan.
Keeping her journey to stardom as an inspiration fans have flooded social media with her posts, making her popular with hashtags.
During the coronavirus lockdown she started to lose weight and gained more popularity for the same.
After losing around 12 kgs in around 6 months she became the talk of the town.
The Bigg Boss 13 contestant and Punjabi singer trends on social media again with the hashtag #InspirationalShehnaaz. Fans and followers have been sharing how Shehnaaz Gill who wasn’t very popular fought her way into the limelight with her work.
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