Entertainment / Fake social media post claims Shehnaaz tweeted for first time after Sidharth's death

Zoom News : Oct 06, 2021, 07:01 AM
Entertainment Desk: 'Bigg Boss 15' premiered on October 2 with a bang. Several contestants entered the show as superstar-host Salman Khan introduced them to the audience one after another. Namely, Donal Bisht, Jay Bhanushali, Vishal Kotian, Tejasswi Prakash, Vidhi Pandya, Simba Nagpal, Umar Riaz, Ieshaan Sehgal, Akasa Singh, Karan Kundrra, Pratik Sehajpal, Afsana Khan, Sahil Shroff and Miesha Iyer entered the show on the premiere night. On Day 1 of 'Bigg Boss 15', Shamita Shetty and Nishant Bhat entered the controversial reality show after their stint in 'Bigg Boss OTT'. And while 'Bigg Boss 15 emerged as one of the top trends on the grand premiere night, fans were disappointed with the fact that the show did not pay a tribute to late Sidharth Shukla who had won 'Bigg Boss 13' and had become almost synonymous with the show. 

In the meantime, a certain social media post by Shehnaaz Gill, which is claimed to be the actresses first social media post since Sidharth's demise, started doing the rounds on the internet.

In it, the actress apparently wrote "pehle kyun na mile hum" mand followed it up with a tear-eyed, heart and infinity sign emoji. In the tweet, Sidharth's Twitter handle was tagged and the hashtag #sidnaaz was used as well. The tweet immediately went viral on the internet and several fan pages of late Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill shared the tweet while remembering the bond the two actors. 

However, it has come to light that the tweet was fake. Shehnaaz Gill hasn't posted anything on Twitter or her Instagram handle since Sidharth Shukla's tragic death on September 2. In fact, on both the platforms her last post was on August 31 and September 1 respectively. 

Shehnaaz has been recovering from the irreparable loss of her friend and rumoured beau Sidharth Shukla. Now, it is being said that Shehnaaz will be back to work to shoot for a song for her Punjabi film 'Hosla Rakh'. Confirming the news of her return to work, the film's producer, Diljit Thind, told Times of India that he has been in constant contact with Shehnaaz's team and that they will finalise the filming location based on her visa condition.

He said, "I was constantly in touch with Shehnaaz’s team and they regularly updated us about her. She is a thorough professional and I am glad that she has agreed to shoot the promotional song with us. We will be shooting either in the UK or India depending on her visa."

Sidharth Shukla died of a heart attack in September. Shehnaaz was last seen at Siddharth's funeral and has since been away from the media spotlight, dealing with her tragic loss.