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Fans Rejoice As Sidharth Shukla-Shehnaaz Gill’s Music Video Renamed ‘Habit’

As soon as the poster was released on social media, there was an uproar among Sidnaaz fans to change its title back to how it was initially conceptualised, and now the makers have renamed the song.

As soon as the poster was released on social media, there was an uproar among Sidnaaz fans to change its title back to how it was initially conceptualised, and now the makers have renamed the song. (Image: Twitter)

New Delhi: The news of Sidharth Shukla-Shehnaaz Gill’s new song became a rage as soon as it came out. On high public demand, Saregama India decided to release the unfinished song as a tribute to Sidharth. Due to the untimely demise of Sidharth Shukla, the makers changed th title of the Sidharth-Shehnaaz starrer from Habit to Adhura. As soon as the poster was released on social media, there was an uproar among Sidnaaz fans to change its title back to how it was initially conceptualised. Fans took to social media to express their demand of keeping the title original.

As fans raised their voices and requested the music label to retain the original title, the makers announced the change crediting the fans for their undying efforts. The label took to Twitter and shared “#Sidnaaz fans : We heard you. Make way for Habit. Enough said!”

The duo made a special place in the hearts of Indian masses during their stints in the reality TV show, Bigg Boss 13. Ever since then, their bond has been widely appreciated by fans. Their fans are elated and took to social media to share their feelings.

Take a look at some of the tweets by fans:

Their new song Habit is all set to release on October 21. Sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Arko Pravo Mukherjee, ‘Adhura’ is an ode to Sidharth Shukla, who breathed his last on September 2.

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