New Delhi: Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal music video for ‘Blockbuster’ released. Produced by Tamaka Records, the song is sung by Punjabi sensation Ammi Virk and Ranja fame Aziz Kaur.
Featuring a sleek look and a fashion-forward look next, the song treats fans to Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal and showcases their on-screen chemistry.
Talking about the experience of working on the music video, Sonakshi Sinha said, “I had a blast working on Blockbuster. It’s a great dance track and collaborating with Zaheer, Priyank, Shaza and Jhanvi on this track was great because we’re all. A gang of friends, if you put that combination to work. It’s magical! Ammi Virg and Aziz Kaur have sung this song beautifully and Ranju has done some amazing dance moves that will leave everyone in awe!
Zaheer Iqbal shared his experience, “This song is the pinnacle of friendship for all of us because the entire team is one big unit! We are all friends, everyone who worked on the song knows each other, the digital and marketing teams from the director to the producer are close friends. Aiming to have a great time and work together, the result was fantastic! They say time flies when you’re having fun, and the same goes for Blockbuster.”
Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal’s relationship has been in the limelight for the past several months. Rumors are rife that the couple is planning to tie the knot within the next year.
Earlier this year, Sonakshi Sinha responded to her and Zaheer’s marriage rumors by posting a video with the caption: “Me to the media: Que haad tho kar meri shaadi karwana sahde ho (Why are you so adamant about marrying me)?” Shahrukh’s dialogue was “Acha Lakta”. Hai muje, bohut masa aadha hai” was playing in the background and he also wrote “le media:”.
Her post was captioned: “Proposal, roka, mehndi, sangeet sab fix kar hi leya hai do please muje pata doo.”
Sonakshi Sinha is starring opposite Huma Qureshi in ‘Double XL’. He is survived by his brother Kush S. Sinha will play the lead role in his debut directorial venture, titled ‘Nikita Roy and the Book of Darkness’.