Sandeepa Dhar turns into a gorgeous bride for her first musical collaboration with Pratik Sehajpal

Sandeepa Dhar turns into a gorgeous bride for her first musical collaboration with Big Boss 15. Contestant Pratik Sehajpal

After presenting the first look and teaser of the melodious single ‘Dua Karo’ with Bigg Boss sensation Pratik Sehajpal, Sandeepa Dhar has now unveiled her new look from the song grabbing the attention of the netizens.

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Talking about the look, Sandeepa Dhar shed light on the song saying, “Dua Karo is a soulful melody that journeys through varied emotions. The most exciting part of the song was turning into a bride, soaking in the traditional and cultural elements gracefully. I have a number of different looks in the song, but definitely, the bridal one is my favorite. I’m really excited for the song and can’t wait for everyone to watch it.”

Sandeepa Dhar turns into a gorgeous bride for her first musical collaboration with Pratik Sehajpal

Featuring in Stebin Ben’s upcoming song ‘Dua Karo’, Sandeepa Dhar adds another feather to her cap after the success of her last music video ‘Ik Mili Mainu Apsara’ with B Praak.

Teaming with the Bigg Boss fame Pratik Sehajpal, Sandeepa Dhar’s Dua Karo has created immense buzz across the internet piquing the excitement of the audience. Releasing on 25th April, the music video is a romantic ballad.

Sandeepa Dhar is an Indian actress who appears in Hindi films and Web series. She made her acting debut in 2010 with Isi Life Mein. For her performance in the film, she was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut, Star Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer and Stardust Award for Superstar of Tomorrow. Dhar did a cameo in Dabangg 2. Dhar also received critical acclaim for her performance in Sajid Nadiadwala’s hit film Heropanti.

Dhar was born in Srinagar, India to a Kashmiri family background. She is a professionally trained dancer. Having won several awards for her dancing, she trained in Bharatanatyam for 8 years from Vani Ganpathy. She also trained in Jazz and Contemporary for 4 years from Shiamak Davar and Terence Lewis. She is an alumna of NPS, Indira Nagar, Bangalore.

Sandeepa Dhar turns into a gorgeous bride for her first musical collaboration with Pratik Sehajpal

Carving a place for herself amongst the most remarkable and bankable actors, Sandeepa Dhar has presented the audience with impactful and impressive performances in Abhay, MumBhai, Bisaat and Chhattis Aur Maina as well as the recently released Mai.

Gearing up for her first collaboration with Imtiaz Ali for the comedy venture Dr. Arora, Sandeepa is on a roll with interesting projects.

Pratik Sehajpal was born on 12 May 1993 in New Delhi, India, to a middle-class family. The actor belongs to a Saraswati brahmin family.

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Imtiaz Ali

Imtiaz Ali (born 16 June 1971) is an Indian film director, producer, actor and writer who works in Hindi films. He started his career with writing and directing television shows. He directed shows like ImtehaanNaina and Kurukshetra. In 2005, he made his directorial debut with Socha Na Tha, which didn’t perform well on the box office. Then he earned critical and commercial success for his direction of Jab We Met (2007). His next directorial ventures Love Aaj Kal (2009) and Rockstar (2011) made him a noted filmmaker.

Imtiaz Ali was born in Jamshedpur and spent some of his early years in Patna. Imtiaz belongs to the Muslim family of Jamshedpur in Bihar (now Jharkhand). His father Mansoor Ali was a contractor who did irrigation job, and as a child he would sometimes accompany him, which gave Imtiaz a sense of what was going on in the innards of India.His uncle, through his mother, is a Pakistani TV actor and director/producer Khalid Ahmed. He had his early education in St. Michael’s High School, Patna and later in D.B.M.S. English School, Jamshedpur, He is the brother of director Arif Ali (who made his directional debut with the film Lekar Hum Deewana Dil).

In an interview with The Times of India he talks about his early influence of cinema:

He attended Hindu College, University of Delhi, where he took part in college theater. He was very successful in college. He also started Ibtida, the dramatics society of the college. Thereafter he moved to Mumbai and did a diploma course at Xavier Institute of Communication.

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