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Who Is Shehnaaz Kaur Gill? The Actor Among Top 50 Asian Celebrities In 2020

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Shehnaaz Kaur Gill, the runner up of reality show Big Boss season 13 and the contestant of the on-going season has made it to Eastern Eye’s top 50 Asian Celebrities in the World list, 2020. The actor was recently in the news for a viral video made by a content creator, Yashraj Mukhate. Gill was seen expressing her emotions in an animated manner and Yashraj Mukhate mixed the video with even more amusing background music.

In 2019, while Gill was part of the Big Boss season 13, she enjoyed much limelight. In an episode, she called herself “Punjab ki Katrina Kaif” in front of Salman Khan. In a routine manner, her time in Big boss house had many fights and controversial incidents. When she entered the Big Boss house again in season 14, the host Salman Khan and Gill quite an endearing moment while they were divided by a glass door.

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Shehnaaz Gill for most parts of her career has worked in Punjab film industry. She has also been part of several Punjabi language music videos. Thus she enjoys and large fan base in Punjab. She also starred in Gurvinder Brar’s very popular song Shiv Ki Kitaab. She recently starred in a music video by Arjun Kanungo named Waada Hai. The actor has a knack for singing as she recently did a cover of song Dil Diya Gallan with Arjun Kanungo. Her latest music video is with Siddharth Shukla, her competitor in Big Boss season 13. The video released on November 25, 2020. The song’s title is Shona Shona and it has been sung by singer Neha Kakkar and Tony Kakkar. Here’s more you can read her. 

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