Advertisement

Akshay Kumar shares first look of video with Kriti Sanon’s sister Nupur

Advertisement

Mumbai, Nov 5 (IANS) Akshay Kumar has shared the first look of his music video where he features alongside Kriti Sanons sister Nupur Sanon.

Akki took to Instagram and shared a poster of the single “Filhall”, which has been sung by B Praak.

The superstar captioned the picture: “Witness a tale of heart-wrenching love. Here’s the poster of my first ever music video, #Filhall with @nupursanon. Sung by @bpraak. @jaani777 @arvindrkhaira @desimelodies #CapeOfGoodFilms.”

Advertisement

Expressing her excitement at working with Akshay Kumar on her debut acting assignment, Nupur shared, “It was my first acting assignment, and that too with such a big star, so I had butterflies in my stomach. I was nervous on the first day of the shoot as I had not met Akshay even socially before. But he was warm, and we bonded over our Punjabi connect. I kept on asking him questions on how to go about it. He calmly told me, you are doing good. If I think I need to guide you, I will.”

Written by Jaani, “Fillhal” also features Punjabi actor Ammy Virk.

Advertisement

–IANS

abh/vnc

Advertisement

RELATED POSTS

Advertisement

UPDATES

Kareena Kapoor continues her 'kaftan series'

Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan loves her kaftans, and she once again treated her fans to another picture from her "kaftan series".

Sara Ali Khan shares her weight loss journey

Actress Sara Ali Khan has recently shared a video showing how she lost her weight over the years. The...

Beyonce Knowles: We need justice for George Floyd

Pop star Beyonce Knowles took to social media to demand justice for George Floyd, saying "we cannot normalise this paina.

Gippy Grewal comes up with new song 'Me & U'

After wooing fans with his song "Nach Nach", Punjabi singer Gippy Grewal has now come up with a new track, titled "Me...

Rannvijay Singha disheartened by negative aspect of lockdown

Anchor-actor Rannvijay Singha says the negative aspects of the lockdown is the social injustice and the plight of underprivileged amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Rannvijay...
Advertisement
Advertisement