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Musical Video Featuring Hina Khan, Sapan Krishna Making Heads Turn
It’s been a virtually uphill task for Sapan Krishna to make it to a certain level in the entertainment business. Starting small he has worked his way up and is now part of a music video with diva Hina Khan in it.
Having featured in films like Deadly Affair, Love in College, Mooso and played the face of Raymonds UCO and Birla White, Sapan got his first musical break with Bin Tere by Sonalisa Mishra released globally by Hungama Artist Aloud. The Kannada and Malayalam versions of his film Deadly Affair is streaming on Airtel Xtreme and Amazon Prime in US and UK. Sapan’s latest music video was recently released titled Bedard with singing sensation Stebin Ben featuring Hina Khan as his co-star.
The music video tells us the story of a girl in distress who marries a stranger when her fiancé doesn’t show up on their wedding day. And how the stranger turns out to be a leading Bollywood producer and how it changes her fortune and makes her a superstar forms rest of the story with an interesting yet unexpected ending. The setup of the song looks ethereal with Stebin’s soulful voice adding more magic to it.
And in the middle of all this, what is instantly catching everyone’s attention is a sensational young man who plays the stranger that Hina asks for marriage outside a courtroom. He is Sapan Krishna, an actor and a model who has featured in numerous brand commercials and films.
The trio of Hina Khan, Stebin Ben and Sapan Krishna is making the love story look surreal and fans are truly enjoying it every moment as it streams online.
PocketFM recently launched the teaser for the upcoming song Bedard to promote its popular show Yeh Rishta KaisaHai.
Sapan’s on screen suave persona in a dapper electric blue suit reminds us of the rare alluring charm that we found in Fawad few years ago. Some call him India’s answer to Fawad.
Fawad is known for his good outings in films like Khoobsurat, Kapoor & Sons and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.