On Sidnaaz Fans' Request, Sidharth Shukla And Shehnaaz Gill's Last Song's Name Changed From 'Adhura' To 'Habit'

Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill's last song 'Habit' is slated to release on October 21st.

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On Sidnaaz Fans' Request, Sidharth Shukla And Shehnaaz Gill's Last Song's Name Changed From 'Adhura' To 'Habit'
Actor Sidharth Shukla left for his heavenly abode on September 2. Before his demise, he had shot for a music video with Shehnaaz Gill. However, the shoot of the song was incomplete but Sidharth and Shehnaaz's fans have been requesting the makers to release their last song. And on fans' request, the record label decided to release the song. It was on October 17, Shreya Ghoshal, who sang the song penned by Arko Pravo Mukherjee, shared the first look poster on social media.

Sharing the poster, she wrote, "He was a star and will be forever. The love of millions of hearts will shine bright forever. #Habit our unfinished song... #Ahura hai par phir bhi poora rahega... #Sidnaaz ka yeh aakhri gaana, har fan ki khwahish, hamesha ke liye humare dilon mein zinda rahega. Releasing on the 21st October." 

For the uninitiated, while conceptualising the track the song was titled 'Habit'. However, given the untimely demise of Sidharth Shukla, the makers changed it to 'Adhura'. As soon as the poster was released on social media, fans demanded the makers to change the title as to how it was initially conceptualized. The makers heard the fans' request and on Monday, it was announced that they going ahead with the original name of the song. They wrote, "#SidNaaz fans: We heard you. Make way for Habit. Enough said!" ALSO READ:Sidharth Shukla's Fans Remember His Late Father On His Birth Anniversary; 'Happy Birthday Ashok Uncle' Trends On Twitter

The Bigg Boss 13 winner breathed his last on September 2, leaving his gazillion fans, popularly known as SidHearts heartbroken. He was cremated on September 3 in presence of his family, friends and rumoured girlfriend Shehnaaz Gill.

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