Honsla Rakh producers are waiting for Shehnaaz Gill to recuperate and heal after loosing Siddharth Shukla: ‘I hope she gets in touch with us soon’
After the demise of her dear companion and co-contender Sidharth Shukla this month, Shehnaaz Gill has not continued going for her Punjabi film, Honsla Rakh, with Diljit Dosanjh. Sidharth died on September 2 after a respiratory failure. While the creators of Shehnaaz’s Punjabi film had initially intended to shoot a special melody on September 15, they chose to defer it. They are currently hoping to finish a date before the current month’s over and trust Shehnaaz will actually want to go for something similar.
Maker Diljit Thind told Seasons Of India, “We are sitting tight for her to recuperate and mend from the grave misfortune. We had initially wanted to shoot the melody on September 15 in London, yet that couldn’t occur on account of clear reasons. We will settle another date soon and would need Shehnaaz to be a piece of it, as well, as she is a fundamental piece of the film. I’m in contact with her chief and trusting that she will reach us in a couple of days.” Entertainers and companions have been stretching out help to Shehnaaz. As of late, Pavitra Punia, who was in Bigg Supervisor 14, said it was hard to process the deficiency of losing Sidharth.
“I haven’t addressed Shehnaaz. I feel we should allow her to stay in harmony right now. I don’t figure she would be in a state to answer at the present time. What’s more, it is inappropriate to ask how she is on the grounds that I am certain she isn’t in a decent attitude.” She likewise referenced that she needs Shehnaaz to get back to ordinary life soon as that is the thing that ‘Sidharth would need too.’ Sidharth and Shehnaaz turned out to be close during their spell in Bigg Manager 13.
While Sidharth won the unscripted TV drama, Shehnaaz completed third. The two kept on leftover dear companions. However Shehnaaz was additionally legitimate with regards to her warmth or the Balika Vadhu entertainer, Siddharth Shukla consistently called her his dear companion.