'Bas', says Shehnaaz Gill as paparazzi surround her after she returns to Mumbai from Canada; watch

The cameras continued to follow her as she approached the parking lot

'Bas', says Shehnaaz Gill as paparazzi surround her after she returns to Mumbai from Canada; watch

A screen grab of the viral video.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, April 6

After wrapping up Honsla Rakh's shooting in Vancouver, actress Shehnaaz Gill is back in India.

The former Bigg Boss 13-star plays a pivotal role in the Punjabi rom-com, led by Diljit Dosanjh and co-starring Sonam Bajwa.

On Sunday, the actress was spotted at the Mumbai airport wearing an all-black outfit.

A video from the airport surfaced, that showed Shehnaaz preferred to limit her interactions with the paparazzi as she made her way to her car.

The paparazzi asked her about her experience of working with Diljit. To this, Shehanaaz gave a thumbs up.

The cameras continued to follow her as she approached the parking lot.

Shehnaaz turned towards the paparazzi, and said "bas (enough)".

The actress jumped into her car, and pulled down her mask for a moment and flashed her smile as she zoomed off.

Earlier this week, Shehnaaz and Diljit shared pictures of their Honsla Rakh wrap-up party.

"#HonslaRakh Shooting DONE," Diljit captioned the photos, tagging the team behind the movie.

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