Late actor & Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill has been one of the most adored pair of television industry. The duo won millions of hearts with their adorable chemistry and enjoys immense popularity. The two worked in several music video together after coming out of controversial house. Now, Punjab’s one of renowned music video director Agam Mann recently remembered Sidharth and shares his experience of working with him and Shehnaaz for song ‘Shona Shona‘.
As reported by The Times of India, Agam opened up on featuring Sidharth-Shehnaaz together in the music video. He said, “I couldn’t have asked for better artists to feature in the music video. Getting a chance to direct Shehnaaz Gill and Sidharth Shukla, a.k.a Sidnaaz was a dream. But we knew this wasn’t going to be easy. There were some creative differences related to the concept of the video in the beginning but they were soon settled and we came up with a beautiful concept which everyone in the team liked including Sidnaaz.”
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Talking about working with Sidharth-Shehnaaz, he said, “The atmosphere on set was very stressful for us since we had a number of setups to shoot within a short period of time but whenever Shehnaaz came on set, she made the whole atmosphere so friendly and cheerful. Everyone was laughing, it was very easy to work with her. Sidharth was a one-take artist, everything he did in front of the camera felt so charming. There is so much we got to learn from him.”
Praising SidNaaz’s chemistry, he said, “The off-screen chemistry between Sidnaaz was beautiful and has been loved by their fans and this was obviously reflected in the music video ‘Shona Shona’. The connection between the two felt effortless.”
Talking about shooting, Agam revealed, “Even though the video looks like it has been shot in broad daylight, it was actually shot at night and the sky was later replaced in visual effects. That meant we had to shoot all night. Both Shehnaaz and Sidharth were very professional and supportive when it came to working hours.”
(Image Source: AgamMann)