Shehnaaz Gill gets emotional while remembering Sidharth Shukla during Hosla Rakh promotion event

Punjabi singer and actress, Shehnaaz Gill has been away from the camera lens after the dismissal of Sidharth but the promotion even of her latest outing Hosla Rakh made her get into the public eye. While everyone caught hold of her sad eyes then, a video from the promotions of the film has now gone viral. In the same, Shehnaaz can be seen breaking down in the middle of the interview while remembering the late actor and her rumoured boyfriend.

It has been months since actor Sidharth Shukla left us but the void his demise created is still hurting us. But that one person who got affected the most with the death of the actor is his rumored girlfriend Shehnaaz Gill. The actress tried her best to keep her sadness inside in front of camera but she ended up crying inconsolably while remembering Sidharth Shukla during Hosla Rakh promotion event.

Punjabi singer and actress, Shehnaaz Gill has been away from the camera lens after the dismissal of Sidharth but the promotion even of her latest outing Hosla Rakh made her get into the public eye. While everyone caught hold of her sad eyes then, a video from the promotions of the film has now gone viral. In the same, Shehnaaz can be seen breaking down in the middle of the interview while remembering the late actor and her rumoured boyfriend.
 



The video captures Shehnaaz losing her calm and shedding after being asked about Sidharth. During her emotional moment, singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh is seen consoling her. This unseen video of the promotion of Punjabi film 'Honsla Rakh' has surely made everyone emotional.

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After his demise, Shehnaaz dedicated a music video 'Tu Yahin Hai' to the late actor that made fans emotional. The song has been sung by Shehnaaz Gill and has been written by Raj Ranjodh.

For unreserved the celebrated Bollywood and TV star Sidharth Shukla, passed away at the age of 40 on September 2, 2021 due to massive cardiac arrest.