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Mahira’s upcoming movie song “Sambhal Sambhal Kay” takes internet by storm

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Possibly the next love anthem of the year, the latest soundtrack from Mahira’s upcoming movie Verna, ‘Sambhal Sambhal Kay’, speaks of the goals of an ideal relationship.

Mahira Khan is seen cherishing sweet moments with Haroon Shahid, who happens to be her husband in the movie.

The release of the latest soundtrack was a pleasant and yet an unexpected surprise for everyone who was awestruck by the nail-biting trailer of the movie.

Directed by Shoaib Mansoor, the movie is expected to be a big hit like his previous ventures, “Khuda Kay Liye” and ‘BoL”.

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The movie is expected to be released this November. However, the movie is releasing after a considerable delay, after it was reported that the initial plot of the movie was leaked.

While everybody knows how cagey Mansoor is about the plot of his movies, there is no surprise if Mansoor delayed the production of Verna.

Coming up with some unanticipated changes in the plot, extreme secrecy is maintained, while each member associated with the film barred from speaking to media, related to the movie and its plot.

Hence, the media only knows what the Director of the movie wants the people to know about Verna.

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On the other hand, Mahira, recently came under fire from moral brigade after her controversial pictures with Ranbir Kapoor broke the internet. It is expected that her flawless performance in the movie will reduce the dislikes she earned in previous days.

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Known for producing movies themed on women empowerment and various issues of women subjugation, speculations are rife that Mansoor, abiding by his rule of touching controversial topics, will be raising the issue of sexual assaults on women, associated with a message of how they should fight back.