Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill’s unfinished song Habit will make you teary-eyed; SidNaaz fans get emotional

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The unfinished song of Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill has finally been released today, making everyone teary-eyed. The song which was titled Habit was renamed Adhura since the song was an unfinished one. However, after the demands of SidNaaz fans, the makers then again changed the title to its original one. Now, as promised, singers shreya ghoshal and Arko have released the romantic peppy track Habit on social media platforms. DISCLAIMER: The song will surely make you miss the presence of Sidharth Shukla.

Considering the song is said to be an unfinished one, we get to see Sid and Shehnaaz’s behind-the-scenes moments and the parts that were already shot before his untimely demise. Earlier, a picture of the two in their beachwear was released on social media and now the same was seen in this romantic ballad. Habit is crooned by Shreya Ghoshal and Arko while the lyrics are penned by Kumaar. The soulful track is composed by Arko as well. Watch the new song here:

Meanwhile, we even went through the comment section and the song has made everyone’s eyes misty. Since it is the last song for Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill, SidNaazians are heartbroken. There were many who were even lauding the Bigg Boss 13 fame Shehnaaz for finishing off the song who was said to be devastated after Shukla’s demise.

Among many, a fan wrote, “Its soo heartbreaking….hats off to Shehnaaz to complete this song …. still don’t want to believe that is their last project” while another one said, “I can’t still can’t believe this is there last project 😌 You are so strong shehnaaz you completed this song for him and without him”


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Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla passed away on September 2 after suffering from cardiac arrest.

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