Thank You For Coming: Shehnaaz Gill and Bhumi Pednekar aren’t afraid to have a good time in party track Haanji
Bhumi Pednekar turns up the heat in Thank You For Coming’s first track, but Shehnaaz Gill steals the show
The trailer of Thank You For Coming was a mix of naughty and nice, brought together by a whole lot of fun and an incredible star cast. While Bhumi Pednekar is the lead star, Shehnaaz Gill along with Kusha Kapila, Shibani Bedi and Dolly Singh are her stunning gal pals. We also caught a glimpse of Karan Kundrra, who looked quite dapper and left us wanting more. Well, today the makers dropped the very first song from the much awaited chick flick. In this party anthem titled Haanji, we witness Bhumi and Shehnaaz in a never seen before avatar.
In this track, which you will surely end up listening to on a loop, Bhumi is slowly getting out of her cocoon. To help her through it, she has Shehnaaz who seems to be a confident social butterfly not afraid to spread her wings. The beats are fun and so are the lyrics, with a sultry vibe that turns up the mood. We see a little more of Karan along with Dolly and Shibani, who are putting their most fashionable foot forward. But Shehnaaz steals the show with her flair and sexy moves. She is burning the dance floor like a natural and is a total delight to watch.
Even in the comment section below, netizens can’t get enough of Shehnaaz, who looks sizzling in her silver corset. One social media user wrote: “Shehnaaz literally stole the show completely..!! Her moves are so damn good🔥looks like she's perfect for this role >”, whereas another fan shared, “Shehnaaz Gill killed it with her expressions ,Screen presence, dance moves....Girls were slaying 🔥..A complete party songgg.” A third comment read: “Among all the ladies shehnaaz literally steals all the limelight..she is the star..looking so gorgeous..her makeover was much needed ❤️.”
All in all, Haanji helmed by QARAN and The Rish is a party song that we totally dig. We can’t wait to see Bhumi, Shehnaaz and the girls shine on the silver screen on 6th October.