Shehnaaz Gill, who is based in New Delhi, has millions of fans thanks to her endearing smile, stylish outfits, and, of course, her performances. She will soon be seen with Bhumi Pednekar, Kusha Kapila, Dolly Singh, and Shibani Bedi in Karan Boolani’s film “Thank You For Coming.” Fans can’t get over the photo of Shehnaaz taken by the paparazzi today at the film’s trailer debut in a scorching plunging gown.
In an orange gown with a plunging neckline and no back, Shehnaaz was spotted assigning blame. The actress kept her hair open and flowing, and she accessorized with some golden pieces. At the unveiling of the ‘Thank You For Coming trailer’, she grinned and posed for the cameras.
Fans flooded the comment section with heart-eye and fire emojis. One wrote, “Who’s the hottest girl in the world? My desi girl,” another one commented, “Beautiful,” “Sweetheart,” wrote a third one.
Fans are intrigued after the makers of “Thank You For Coming” released a humorous trailer today. The teaser promises a belly-laugh-inducing encounter that will send viewers into a frenzy.
With Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill, Dolly Singh, Kusha Kapila, Shibani Bedi, Pradhuman Singh Mall, Natasha Rastogi, Gautmik, Sushant Divgikar, Saloni Daini, Dolly Ahluwalia, Karan Kundra, and a cameo by Anil Kapoor, the film is directed by the gifted Karan Boolani.
The fact that this movie is the only Hindi feature to be chosen for a grand gala global premiere at the 46th Toronto International Film Festival in 2023, slated for September 15 at the historic Roy Thomson Hall, makes it even more exceptional.
The film is directed by the talented Karan Boolani and stars Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill, Dolly Singh, Kusha Kapila, Shibani Bedi, Pradhuman Singh Mall, Natasha Rastogi, Gautmik, Sushant Divgikar, Saloni Daini, Dolly Ahluwalia, Karan Kundra, and an appearance by Anil Kapoor.
Making it even more exceptional is the fact that this film is the only Hindi feature to be selected for a big gala global debut at the 46th Toronto International Film Festival in 2023, scheduled for September 15 at the iconic Roy Thomson Hall.