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Mouni Roy and Aly Goni play lovelorn couple in ‘Jodaa’, see first poster

Mouni Roy shared the first poster of her upcoming song on social media, and from the look of it, it seems the music video has been shot on a grand scale. It also features Aly Goni.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 2, 2021 4:26:43 pm
mouni roy aly goni songMouni Roy and Aly Goni in the poster of Jodaa. (Photo: Mouni Roy/Instagram)

After the success of her latest single, “Dil Galti Kar Baitha”, Mouni Roy is all set to feature in another music video. Titled “Jodaa”, the song will see her share screen space with television actor and Bigg Boss 14 fame Aly Goni. Mouni shared the first poster of the song on social media, and from the look of it, it seems the music video has been shot on a grand scale.

In the poster, Mouni and Aly are dressed in period clothing.

 

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Sharing the poster on Instagram, Mouni Roy wrote, “Ek toote dil ki aitihasik daastaan 💔 – Presenting the magnum opus #JODAA coming soon on the @vyrloriginals YouTube channel! Stay tuned. ✨@alygoni @jatindershah10 @itsafsanakhan @maninderkailey @poojasinghgujral @anusoru.”

Sung by Afsana Khan, who will soon be entering the Bigg Boss 15 house, the song is penned by Maninder Kailey. Jatinder Shah has directed the song.

A couple of days back, Aly Goni had teased fans with his look from the song. “La rahe hai kuch aitihasik, sirf aapke liye! ❤️ #ComingSoon #Alygoni,” he had captioned the photo.

On the work front, Mouni Roy will be next seen in Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, also starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in the lead roles.

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