Rohan Mehra's Dad Shoots His Music Video Tasveer With Famous TikToker Gima Ashi- EXCLUSIVE

Rohan Mehra is in Amritsar with his parents. The actor has recently shot a music video by himself with the help of his father. More details ahead

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Rohan Mehra's Dad Shoots His Music Video Tasveer With Famous TikToker Gima Ashi- EXCLUSIVE
Actor Rohan Mehra who started his career with Film Yuvaa and then got recognition with his character of Naksh Singhania in TV's one of the longest running  shows, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, is gaining a lot of popularity in the music world. By now Rohan has done 15 music videos and now he is gearing up for his next titled, Tasveer with famous TikToker Gima Ashi (Garima Chaurasia).

Rohan, who went back to his home in Amritsar, after a lot of struggle during the pandemic crisis, had isolated himself for 14 days and now he has completed his quarantine period. The actor is also back to work. Rohan has already started shooting for his new music video for Zee Music from his own home.

Talking about it exclusively to us, Rohan said, "This song is going to be extra special for me as it's my Dad who is handling the camera for me. I didn't want to risk my family by boarding a cameraman along with me and having people inside my house, so I decided to shoot the song all by myself." 
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Rohan also said how he has turned director for this song. He added, "The makers have already given me a briefing about what I have to do in the song. But other than acting, I am directing it myself as well. There are a few shots which I am recording by myself but other shots are being taken by my Dad."

Talking about the song, the actor says, "The song is romantic and sung by Sa Re Ga Ma fame Aishwarya Pandit and it is a beautiful one. Concept of the song is based on an arranged marriage and both of us will be shooting it from our homes respectively." 






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