The Indian film actor Shiney Ahuja has been part of several hit films like ‘Gangster’ (2006), ‘Fanaa’ (2006), ‘Woh Lamhe’ (2006), ‘Life in a Metro’(2007), ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’(2007), and ‘Welcome Back’ (2015) to name a few.
The actor even won the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for his film ‘Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi’ in 2006. Also Read: High Court Asks Yuvraj Singh To Appear Before Haryana Police In Casteist Remarks Case
But did you know that Ahuja featured in a Punjabi song too once? If you didn’t, don’t fret just keep reading!
It was in the 2001 song ‘Ek Kudi Dil Uthe Cha Gayi’ from the album 'O Ho!', of the legendary Indian singer late Sardool Sikander that Ahuja was a part of. The music was by Jaidev Kumar and the song was released under the banner of T-Series. Also Read: Shutdown Of 3 Major Doordarshan Towers In Punjab!
The song was not just a fan favorite at that time but it was also way ahead of its time. After all, it was such a technologically advanced song with VFX effects, which even the majority of songs today don’t try to use! Also Read: Did You Know John Abraham’s Debut Was With Punjabi Songs!