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Shehnaaz Gill makes Bollywood playback singing debut, credits Salman Khan's brother for breakthrough opportunity

Written by  Annesha Barua -- March 29th 2024 12:08 PM
Shehnaaz Gill makes Bollywood playback singing debut, credits Salman Khan's brother for breakthrough opportunity

Shehnaaz Gill makes Bollywood playback singing debut, credits Salman Khan's brother for breakthrough opportunity

PTC News Desk: Shehnaaz Gill, known for her vibrant presence in the entertainment industry, has recently made her debut as a playback singer in Bollywood. The opportunity arose as she lent her melodious voice to the song "Dil Kya Irada Tera" from the upcoming film 'Patna Shuklla', set to release on an OTT platform soon.

Expressing her excitement and gratitude, Shehnaaz took to Instagram to share the song video and convey her emotions. In her post, she expressed, "MY FIRST EVER, as a playback singer for a film. #DilKyaIradaTera. Thank you @arbaazkhanofficial for giving me this opportunity. If you guys haven't heard the song yet, tap on the link in my bio and hear it now!"


The song, titled "Dil Kya Irada Tera," is not only graced by Shehnaaz's soulful voice but also features captivating compositions by Samuel and Akanksha, with lyrics penned by Manoj Kumar Nath.

As anticipation builds for the film's release, the trailer of 'Patna Shuklla' has already intrigued audiences. The trailer offers a glimpse into a storyline where Raveena, portrayed by Shehnaaz Gill, endeavours to support a student who has been unfairly failed in an exam despite deserving better. Raveena faces numerous obstacles in her quest for justice, with the late actor Satish Kaushik portraying the role of a judge in this compelling courtroom drama.

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Directed by Vivek Budakoti, the film also stars Manav Vij in pivotal roles. 'Patna Shuklla' is scheduled to stream on an OTT platform starting from March 29th, promising audiences a riveting cinematic experience.

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(Inputs from agencies)

 

 

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