The popular reality show, Bigg Boss 13 is over but the contestants of the show keep trending and manage to be in the news. Now, Paras Chhabra and Mahira Sharma, who were speculated to be in the relationship though they claimed that they are just friends, are back in the buzz. Taking to Instagram, Paras and Mahira shared pictures on their respective handle and duo can be seen dressed in the wedding attires. Also Read - Entertainment News Today February 27, 2020: Mahira Sharma Refuses to Apologise, Wishes to End This on Good Note

As per the reports, the pictures are from the shoot of an upcoming music video. According to the Times of India report, the two collaborated for a music video that will be released soon. Also Read - Bigg Boss 13 Ex-Contestant Mahira Sharma's Row With ‘Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival' Organisers Refuses to Die

Sharing the photos, Mahira wrote, “#pahira something new coming soon” (sic) Paras captioned it, “Something new #pahira” (sic) Also Read - Paras Chhabra Opens up About His Relationship And Life After Bigg Boss 13 | Check Viral Video

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After Bigg Boss 13, Paras is now seen in “Mujhse Shaadi Karoge” along with fellow “Bigg Boss 13” contestant Shehnaaz Gill. The new show is hosted by Maniesh Paul and has Paras and Shehnaaz hunting for the perfect marriage partner.

Mahira was recently in news over a controversy surrounding her claim that she had forged an award certificate. A few days back, she took to Instagram to share the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Award for the ‘Most Fashionable Contestant on Bigg Boss 13. However, her post did not go well with the organisers and they released an official statement slamming Mahira for forging the certificate and demanded an apology for the same.

Reacting to their accusation, Mahira penned down an open letter to clear her stance on the issue and refused to apologise. The letter reads, “No doubt, the certificate given to me was a forged one as mentioned and informed by the official team of DPIFF. I was unaware of this fact while receiving the certificate on the night of 20th February 2020. Also, you mentioned that I deleted the post later. Just to correct, I had mentioned it as my Instagram story and not a post which lasts for 24 hours only. I would not have put any story if I knew that the certificate was a forged one.”

“On the point that I have conveniently put the blame on a 3rd party, whereas the so-called 3rd party, Mr Premal Mehta in this case, has himself in person been accepting the fault since the inception. There was a glitch and the situation is to be blamed here and not me. The concerned people have apologized and owned their mistakes, so I don’t know why I am being pushed to apologise for no fault of mine?”, the letter further stated.

She concluded the letter saying, “Yes, I definitely faltered in one place where I accepted the certificate off stage, but had I known that the person who invited me and held a AAA All Access badge was not official of DPIFF, I would not have accepted it at the first place. Now that the matter is clear, I would like to return the forged certificate and will take this incident as a learning experience. With all due respect to the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival, as a performer and an artiste, I would love to earn this award in future, only and only by the officials of DPIFF.”