Chitrangada… glimpse of pakeezah visible in SBG 3

Chitrangada glimpse of pakeezah in SBG 3In 2011, Saheb Biwi and Gangster, Randeep Hooda played the role of a gangster, and after two years Irfan became a gangster in Saheb Biwi and Gangster Returns & Now Sanjay Dutt.

Mumbai: In the year 1972, the classic pakeezah people are always remembered because Meena Kumari played a memorable role in this film. Something like this is going to Chitrangada Singh now.

It will be in the film Saheb Biwi and Gangster 3 Chitrangada Singh’s entry has been done in the third part of this franchise, directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia. In the film, he has done a song which will remind you of the songs made by Meena Kumari in the film Pakija. Chitrangada is very excited about Saif Bevi and Gangster 3, considering his big return. He has been the first choice of the movie for this film.

Chitrangada glimpse of pakeezah in SBG 3

Chitrangada’s character in the film is going to do anything to get love. Chitrangada also had a lot of rehearsals for this song. She says that this third part of the film will be very interesting and full of different operators. In Saab Biwi and Gangster 3, Sanjay Dutt will be seen in Lead Roll, which has become a gangster. Kabir Bedi and Nafisa Ali also play an important role in the film, and after a long time, Deepak Tijori will also be in the big role.

Chitrangada glimpse of pakeezah in SBG 3

On the story of a gangster coming between Sahab and wife and the story about the wife being loved by her, Mahi Gill will be in the third part as well as in the role of Jimmy Shergill and wife in the role of Sahib in this franchise. The film is being released on July 27. In 2011, Saheb Biwi and Gangster, Randeep Hooda played the role of a gangster, and after two years Irfan became a gangster in Saheb Biwi and Gangster Returns.

Chitrangada glimpse of pakeezah in SBG 3

Chitrangada was involved in controversy last year when he left Babumoshai gunman in the middle. He was not comfortable with some intimate scenes with Nawazuddin Siddiqui, so he left the film. Although the writer of the film Ghalib Asad Bhopali had told that the scenes he had talked about had been shot. He also said that Chitraganda had a script for nearly three years. At that time he did not say anything. If he really was obtainable from doing such scenes, why did he not say in three years?

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