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‘Keh Gayi Sorry’: Shehnaaz And Jassie Gill’s Unignorable Onscreen Chemistry

‘Keh Gayi Sorry’ a new song featuring Shehnaaz and Jassie Gill will for a sure tug at your heartstrings.

Bigg Boss 13 contestant Shehnaaz Gill had already won the hearts of her fans in past when she featured in a music video with Siddharth Shukla titled Bhula Dunga and today her 2nd song titled Keh Gayi Sorry was released too, in collaboration with singer cum actor Jassie Gill.

‘Keh Gayi Sorry’ Shehnaaz And Jassie Gill
‘Keh Gayi Sorry’ Shehnaaz And Jassie Gill

The audio single which is penned by Nirmaan was released today on YouTube. The lyrical video was released today, but a music video will be launched for the song once the lockdown is over. Keh Gayi Sorry is, indeed, a perfect Punjabi audio single. All emotions such as love, resentment, or pain, are knitted with absolute perfection, to strike the right chord in the hearts of the listeners.

Have a look at the video here:

Revealing details about the song, in a recent interaction, Jassie had said,

“We have been getting several messages to team up for a song, and here Keh Gayi Sorry is for all our fans. If they continue to shower the same love on the lyrical video, we should shoot a music video post the lockdown when things get back to normal. I am looking forward to shooting the same with Shehnaaz post the lockdown, till then I am sure people will shower the same love on the lyrical too.”

For the unaware, Jassie had in the past extended his support to Shehnaaz who is also a Punjabi singer, during her stint on Bigg Boss 13. He even went ahead and praised Shehnaaz during his visit to Bigg Boss house to promote his film, Panga.

‘Keh Gayi Sorry’ Shehnaaz And Jassie Gill
‘Keh Gayi Sorry’ Shehnaaz And Jassie Gill

Talking about Shehnaaz’s single with Sidharth, it was released on March 24. The romantic music video also showcases the sizzling chemistry between Sidharth and Shehnaaz, as both made a lot of headlines for their close bond on the reality show.

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Gaurav Gupta

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