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Disha Patani dons the director’s hat for the “Kyun Karu Fikar” music video

<p>Disha Patani, an actress, will make her directorial debut with the song and music video “Kyun Karu Fikar.”</p>
<p>Disha announced the release of the video’s poster on her social media accounts, writing, “If you let go of the things you can’t control, it will probably set you free ‘Kyun Karun Fikar’.” releasing a sneak glimpse of our unique project on the #PlayDMF official YouTube channel on August 16, 2023.”</p>
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<p>Disha has a relaxed demeanor while taking in the calming ocean waves in the poster. She is looking stunning as usual while wearing denim shorts and a turquoise shirt.</p>
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<p>From “Hui Malang” to “Slow Motion” to “Do You Love Me,” Disha’s dancing performances have always left us speechless. As for “Kyun Karu Fikar,” it seems like a hymn to carefree living.</p>
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<p>On the job front, Disha Patani has “Kanguva” and “Suriya 42” in the works in addition to her upcoming roles in “Yodha” with Siddharth Malhotra.</p>
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<p>In 2015, Disha made her acting debut in the Telugu film Loafer. With the release of the biopic M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, she made her feature debut in Hindi.</p>
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<p>Following that, she portrayed the main role in the Hindi movie Ek Villain Returns (2022), Baaghi 2 (2018), Bharat (2019), Malang (2020), and the Chinese action comedy Kung Fu Yoga (2017).</p>
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