Just the soothing tune and music of Kalla Sohna Nai, Asim Riaz and Himanshi Khurana’s chemistry was magical and a treat to the sore eyes. The couple not only looked super adorable but they also ensure to set their fans' hearts racing with their oh-so-hot chemistry. But unfortunately, that chemistry we saw was just for time being as we came across a video where Riaz leaves Himanshi for Shehnaaz Gill’s look-alike, yes, you read that right. Before, you guys jump into any conclusion, check out the video below to know the truth behind it.
In this TikTok video, Asim and Himanshi are seen lost in themselves, however, she gets distracted when she sees Tony Kakkar - brother of Neha Kakkar -passing by. Himanshi who looks spellbound leaves Asim and goes behind Tony. On the other hand, as Asim is sad, Shehnaaz’s look-alike comes into the picture and takes him away. The girl in question is Aashika Bhatia who was seen in various TV shows like Meera as Meera, Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi as ginny, Ek Shringaar-Swabhiman as Kyati. She has also starred in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo as Princess Radhika alongside Swara Bhasker, Sonam Kapoor and Salman Khan. She was Last Seen &TV's popular drama in Baani Vaani.
Ms Bhatia is a TikTok queen, her Instagram feed is filled with such videos. While sharing the video on her handle, she simply wrote, “Tu kalla sohna nahi #KallaSohnaNai @asimriaz77.official @iamhimanshikhurana @nehakakkar” Watch the TikTok video below:
Meanwhile, Kalla Sohna Nai which was released yesterday saw a sweet and mushy romance between Asim Riaz and Himanshi Khurana. The song has hit all the right notes of the audience and we have proof as we just came to know that the song has clocked in 7.9 million views in less than 20 hours. The song titled Kalla Sohna Hai is crooned by Neha Kakkar and is backed by the Desi Music factory.
Image source: Instagram/ _aashikabhatia_
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