"Wear a belt next time."
Harrdy Sandhu shared a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot of his music video ‘Bijlee Bijlee’ co-starring Palak Tiwari.
The clip showed her bursting into laughter as his joggers fell while dancing.
However, he wore another pair of pants underneath.
Posting the video, Harrdy wrote on Instagram “This happened too” along with a laughing emoji.
Palak commented: “How did I actually forget about this!!!”
She, too, added a laughing emoji.
Fans were amused by the video as well.
One fan wrote: “@harrdysandhu can’t stop laughing, I am watching this video again and again…
“Your cuteness and that dance. Rocking, sir.”
Another added: “The advantages of wearing two pairs of pants @harrdysandhu.”
One Instagram user advised Harrdy: “Wear a belt next time.”
Another quipped: “Even if the pants fall down, the show must go on.”
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B Praak composed the song whilst the lyrics were penned by Jaani. The music video was directed by Arvindr Khaira.
Palak, the daughter of Shweta Tiwari, made her music video debut with ‘Bijlee Bijlee’.
She is currently gearing up to make her foray into Bollywood with Rosie: The Saffron Chapter.
The film, directed by Vishal Mishra, is a horror-thriller said to be based on the sudden disappearance of an employee at a BPO company in Gurugram.
It also stars Vivek Oberoi, Mallika Sherawat and Arbaaz Khan in pivotal roles.
Recently, Palak was also seen shooting for an advertisement with Varun Dhawan.
A video from the sets, showing them dancing together, was leaked online.
The 21-year-old also made headlines when she was spotted with Saif Ali Khan’s son Ibrahim Ali Khan.
She was seen hiding her face in the paparazzi pictures and it sparked dating rumours.
However, later it was reported that Palak and Ibrahim are just good friends.
Harrdy, meanwhile, is known for singing hit Punjabi songs such as ‘Backbone’, ‘Naah’ and ‘Kya Baat Ay’.
Before he shifted his focus to singing and acting, Harrdy Sandhu played cricket for over a decade as a fast bowler.
He was recently seen alongside Ranveer Singh and others in Kabir Khan’s sports drama 83.
He played the role of cricketer Madan Lal in the film.