'Thank You For Coming' actress Shehnaaz Gill praises Rhea Kapoor for her glamorous makeover; See what she said
As the movie 'Thank You For Coming' is gearing it's pace for the theatrical release, the lady led movie is making headlines from the past few days. On Tuesday, September 12 2023, it's first official track was launched called 'Haanji' featuring all the leading ladies gracing the dance floor.
Amid the sensational movie, Shenaaz Gill recently took over the attention while speaking about her surreal makeover into the movie. Even in the musical number released yesterday, Shehnaaz and Bhumi Pednekar were the key highlights. Just ahead of it's release, all the leads were seen getting estranged into a fun conversation with the audience through a live session, where Shehnaaz expressed her gratitude towards Rhea Kapoor and Karan Boolani for the film. Shehnaaz also talked about the song and referred herself as 'extremely hot' in her own andaaz. She praised all the credits to Rhea Kapoor for turning her into as stylish as Sonam Kapoor. While addressing she quoted, "She has completely changed me. Earlier, you would watch Sonam Kapoor and feel wow, she dresses up so well. She has given me a makeover like that".
Shehnaaz Gill's journey
It is no doubt how far Shehnaaz Gill has reached from participating in a controversial show as Bigg Boss to making her Bollywood debut. The singer cum actress is surely living at the ball of her moment. She has made her debut in Bollywood alongside Salman Khan in 'Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan' and 'Thank You For Coming' will be her next big Bollywood movie where she will be starring alongside industry names such as Bhumi Pednekar, Kusha Kapila, Dolly Singh and Shibani Bedi.
About 'Thank You For Coming'
The starry looking movie will revolve around five girlfriends where Bhumi Pednekar will lead the character named Kanika Kapoor, who was introduced during the trailer. Kanika is a woman in the thirties who struggles in her life, full of chaos and confusion. With four of her best pals, the movie will delve deeper into the topics of love, friendship, sex and pleasure. The unabashed looking ensemble will showcase the relatability of 'not so talked' topics of life such as female orgasm and sex toys and thus surely has the probability of changing the course of woman representation in the Indian cinema. Well that decision is entirely depends on the Indian audience. What do you think?
- PTC PUNJABI