After Mehendi Song Release, Dhvani Bhanushali To Finally Enter Bollywood In 2022? Singer Spills The Beans

Dhvani Bhanushali is one of the youngest and the best singers of the generation having a melodious voice and has done wonders with her voice and has Dhvani finally nodded the yes to enter Bollywood in 2022?


September 23, 2021


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Dhvani Bhanushali released her single for the upcoming Navratri Festival titled ‘Mehendi’ has finally shared her plans on getting into acting. Dhvani shared with a leading daily that It depends on the kind of script she is offered. If it resonates with her personality, she will definitely do it. At the end of the day, she’s into pop and would not want to do away with it. It has taken her a lot of time to get into it and for people to accept her in that mould. Recently, she was seen in the music video of her latest track Mehendi opposite Gurfateh Pirzada. When asked Dhvani on the Next year for sure she promises

Dhvani Bhanushali not only makes good music but also features in them and her acting skills are very clearly visible. This singer can very well make it into Bollywood and her expressions could surely win over our hearts. Dhvani has lots of songs under her belt some of them being Leja Re, Nayan, Radha and her latest Navratri track Mehendi, and also to film music with songs like Veere, Dilbar, Psycho Saiyaan from Saaho, Sauda Khara Khara and Nachi Nachi from Street Dancer 3D.

Her own struggles have allowed her to reach the lengths she’s currently enjoying and will definitely be seen flying much higher seeing her potential and love for pop. At such a young age, this singer has achieved alot and not even the sky is the limit for such a brilliant voice.

If not for Bollywood acting we’re all ears to hear more and more from this pop singer. Her music video Vaaste featuring Siddharth Gupta, crossed one billion views on the platform, making her the youngest Indian pop star to do that. She’s setting new benchmarks for herself and ensuring to grab every first under her belt.

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