- Sonakshi Sinha had a humorous response at the units of The Kapil Sharma Display when Kapil Sharma teased her about her father, Shatrughan Sinha.
UPDATED ON OCT 01, 2021 10:11 AM IST
Sonakshi Sinha not too long ago slapped comic Kapil Sharma at the units of The Kapil Sharma Display, the place she used to be selling her new tune video Mil Mahiya. Kapil has shared an Instagram reel of the incident.
The video presentations Sonakshi in a white get dressed, making a song her tune Mil Mahiya. Whilst she sings the road ‘Mil Mahiya’, Kapil interrupts, “Milne aate hain to aapke pitaji kahte hain khamosh (when a lover comes to satisfy you, your father asks him to close up).”
Sonakshi is the daughter of veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha. He’s recognized for his in style catchphrase, ‘Khamosh (Silence)’.
Sonakshi not too long ago introduced the Punjabi monitor Mil Mahiya. It’s been sung by way of Raashi Sood of Kinni Kinni Vaari status. The tune video is directed by way of Amith Krishnan. Speaking in regards to the tune, Sonakshi mentioned in a observation, “After I heard Mil Mahiya for the primary time, I knew I needed to be part of it! It is a fantastic foot-tapping quantity that were given me shifting straight away and Raashi Sood has in point of fact sung it superbly! I’ve observed Amith’s paintings in Experience Enjaami and used to be taking a look ahead to capturing the video with him! All of the workforce has in point of fact made this tune considered one of their absolute best. I am positive the target market will experience this groovy quantity!”
Raashi used to be additionally happy about getting a chance to paintings with Sonakshi. “I feel for this tune, nobody as opposed to Sonakshi may have added this magic so smartly. Her onerous paintings and humbleness now not simplest has amused me however has motivated me to jot down extra banger compositions,” she mentioned.
Sonakshi will now be observed within the horror-comedy Kakuda, which additionally stars Riteish Deshmukh and Saqib Saleem. She used to be final observed within the warfare movie Bhuj: The Pleasure of India.
(With ANI inputs)