The untimely demise of Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla has undeniably sent shock waves in the industry. After his death on September 2, stills from Shehnaaz and Sidharth’s unreleased music video started surfacing on the internet. Fans have been eagerly rooting for SidNaaz’s last video together. The wait is finally over as Sidharth and Shehnaaz’s last video together, Adhura is all set to release.
The good news was announced by Indian singer Shreya Ghoshal on Instagram. The singer who has sung the song unveiled the poster and announced the release date on Saturday. Adhura is releasing on October 21.
Shreya Ghoshal unveils poster of Shehnaaz-Sidharth’s last music video, Adhura
Sharing the poster, Shreya Ghoshal hailed Sidharth and wrote that he was a star and will be forever. The love of millions of hearts will shine bright forever. She also informed that the song was titled Habit earlier and now it has been changed to Adhura. It is incomplete but will be complete #Sidnaaz’s last song, their fans’ wish will always stay alive in our hearts, Shreya wrote.
In the poster, Sidharth can be seen playfully holding Shehnaaz’s nose and smiling at her.
Talking about the song, it has been sung by Arko Pravo Mukherjee and Shreya Ghoshal. As per reports, the music video will feature the remaining footage of Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Kaur Gill from the last time they shot together.
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Shehnaaz Gill is gradually getting back to work. Her recent Punjabi film, Honsla Rakh, opposite Diljit Singh and Sonam Bajwa hit theatres on October 15. As per the Indian Box Office, the film had massive openings in Delhi and East Punjab.
Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill
The rumoured couple who met on the Colors TV reality show Bigg Bos 13, became an internet sensation over the years. The adorable chemistry between Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill was loved by millions of their fans who fondly called them SidNaaz.
Unfortunately, Sidharth Shukla passed away on September 2 followed by a heart attack in Mumbai’s Cooper Hospital. He was 40 and is survived by his mother and two sisters.