Urvashi Rautela Presents Burning Chemistry with Guru Randhawa in Doob Gaye’s Movement Poster

Urvashi Rautela unveils the animated poster for his “ Doob gaye ” music video (Photo credit – Instagram)

Urvashi Rautela took to Instagram on Friday to post the poster for her upcoming single “Doob Gaye”, featuring singer Guru Randhawa. The two artists are madly in love in the poster.

Urvashi captioned the post as follows: “Hmm to doob gaye unke pyaar mein!” Doob Gaye will be released on April 30. “

Later, actress Urvashi Rautela also put together a fun video, where she welcomes everyone to a makeup master class.

In the video, Urvashi Rautela tries to put on Guru Randhawa makeup, which leaves the team divided.

Meanwhile, Urvashi Rautela took to social media on Sunday to mourn the disappearance of Padma actor Shri Vivekh and to remember his experience working with him in his upcoming first Tamil film.

The film’s first show was shot in Manali last month.

Urvashi Rautela shared a photo with the late Vivekh on Instagram and a video where the two can be seen reading a script and practicing the dialogues.

Sharing the photo and video on Instagram, Urvashi Rautela wrote: “I will forever miss you my Padma Shri @actorvivekh sir. My experience working with a legend like you in my first Tamil film is unforgettable. I am so shocked at the loss. You cared about me and you cared about the world. Your timing and your comedic dialogues. Your love for trees. My deepest condolences to the family, friends and fans of Vivekh sir. #RIPVivekh. I have some best memories of my life with you… Thank you sir for everything.

Tamil film actor and Padma Shri recipient Vivekh died in a private hospital in Chennai on Saturday. He was 59 years old.

Vivekh made his debut in 1987 in the film Manathil Urudhi Vendum directed by the late K. Balachander. He has appeared in over 200 films and received the Padma Shri in 2009 and the Kalaivanar Prize from the government of Tamil Nadu.

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