Bigg Boss 17: Munawar Faruqui was hailed as the winner of Salman Khan‘s truth display on 28 January 2024. Since then, the stand-up comedian turned fact superstar has usually been in the information for one reason or some other. Whether it’s his appearances with random girls or attending fellow Bigg Boss 17 parties, the ‘Dongri ka Raja’ as he is fondly known as, is grabbing maximum attention. Munawar has also began running on his next venture, on the way to be a tune video with television actress Hina Khan. Recently, some behind-the-scenes photographs from the set have gone viral, proving that both Hina and Munawar are having a blast even as shooting.
Leaked viral pictures of Munawar Faruqui, Hina Khan from their music video shoot go viral
In the picture beneath, you may see Hina Khan wearing a traditional Bengali saree whilst Munawar Faruqui is spotted in a white blouse and white shorts. While Hina is all decked up with rings, the Bigg Boss 17 winner is carrying a casual look. Both stars are visible having an excellent giggle with each different. The shoot is presently taking area in Kolkata.
It’s the primary tune video that Munawar has signed post triumphing Bigg Boss 17. Whether it will be a light-hearted tune video or an severe love story, it truly is something which cannot be said as of now. But the tune video may be liberating quickly, and in keeping with the source near the undertaking, Munawar and Hina’s chemistry is absolutely high-quality. Check out the pics underneath.
Hina Khan also shared how she needed to attempt extra than 30 sarees to 0 in on her search for the particular song video. The actress is likewise relishing the Kolkata delicacies, having a gala time. Talking about Munawar, the fact superstar was inside the information currently for being noticed with a mysterious lady, indicating that she might be the new lady in his existence. However, Munawar hasn’t reacted or spoken approximately the continued speculations. Munawar has lately said that when doing back-to-again truth shows, he now wants to go back to face-up comedy.