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Ihana Dhillon recalls ‘incredibly difficult’ moment while shooting for music video

Mumbai, June 1, 2020 –

Actress Ihana Dhillon says shooting for her upcoming music video, “Meri aashiqui”, in Meghalaya was not easy.

The song sung by Jubin Nautiyal will be out soon and Ihana, who features in the video with the singer, has recalled the difficulties while shooting.

“We shot the song in Meghalaya. It was incredibly difficult to sometimes reach the place of shoot. We often trekked for hours to reach the shoot location,” she said.

Ihana Dhillon

Talking about the song, she said: “It’s a soulful track and people will love it. We have put in a lot of effort into the song and it was worth it.”

Meanwhile, her web series “Kasak” will be out on June 5.  (Agency)

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