Moonrise: Shehnaaz Gill Gives Guru Randhawa A Sneak Peek Of Her New Song

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Moonrise: Shehnaaz Gill Gives Guru Randhawa A Sneak Peek Of Her New Song

Fans of Shehnaaz Gill have much to celebrate. Soon, the actress will appear alongside actor-singer Guru Randhawa in a music video. The two celebrities may be seen sprinting on a beach in a motion promo for the song, which is called Moonrise. Shehnaaz Gill commented on the poster by writing, “2023 is going to see a new sort of #Moonrise,” and adding a heart emoji.

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“Cannot contain my enthusiasm for this song from the #ManOfTheMoon album,” she continued. Lunar apogee will occur on January 10, 2023. Pay attention. In the post, she included the hashtags T-Series, Bhushan Kumar, and Guru Randhawa. Heart emoticons have been used a lot in the comments section by the actress’s supporters.

When the song was being recorded, Guru Randhawa and Shehnaaz Gill posted a video of some behind-the-scenes action. They may be seen laughing as they take pictures. “Caption khud likh lo,” read the caption. Nhi kuch samaj aa raha mujhe (Create your own caption.I can’t understand anything.)

Shehnaaz’s best friend and stylist Ken Ferns stated, “I haven’t grasped a single word, save for ‘LIGHT,’ which obviously represents you. Moreover, “light shirt de?” Hahahaha cuties, Mrunal Thakur retorted.

Another behind-the-scenes video shows Guru Randhawa and Shehnaaz Gill having fun. “You are only permitted to look at @shehnaazgill during the shoot,” Guru stated in the post. Moon rising is scheduled for January 10, 2023.

Ken Ferns added once more, saying: “Hahaha Sana. You are hysterical. Nobody else could possibly compare to you. I am paglu.









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