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Wanted to cast Sidharth Shukla for upcoming song: Shahzeb Azad

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Mumbai, Sep 25 (IANS) Shahzeb Azad, who produced the music video 'SubhanAllah' starring Rashami Desai, says he wanted to cast late TV actor Sidharth Shukla and Rashami Desai for the song but Sidharth's untimely demise left his wish unfulfilled.

He said: "I was in talks with Sidharth Shukla for my upcoming music alongside Rashami Desai. But unfortunately, it will never happen. The sudden demise of Sidharth has left us in shock. I really wanted to treat their fans."

Fans had loved and enjoyed watching them earlier together in television drama 'Dil Se Dil Tak' and reality television show 'Bigg Boss 13'. Rashami and Sidharth had several fights in 'Bigg Boss 13' but besides that there were some sweet moments also for which they were in the news. Sidharth Shukla died on September 2 due to a heart attack at the age of 40.

Rashami Desai also opened up on Sidharth and said: "I definitely miss him. Even now I couldn't accept the fact that he is no more with us. The time I realise that he is no more I feel hurt and broken."

Expressing gratitude to her fans for the success of the song she added: "I'm really thankful to my fans for loving my song and definitely I will treat them more in coming times. The success was only possible due to them."

--IANS

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