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Genelia D Souza had a ‘blast’ working with husband Riteish Deshmukh after 4 years

Genelia Deshmukh, who is returning on the extra large screen following four years with an appearance in her performing artist spouse Riteish Deshmukh's up and coming Marathi film Mauli, says she didn't understand for to what extent she has been far from confronting the cameras. Genelia shook a leg with Riteish in the film's extraordinary Holi track called "Surf laavun dhuvun tak", which discharged on Sunday. 

Discussing her rebound on screen and working with Riteish after a long hole, Genelia composed on Instagram: "My God it's been a long time since I was keep going on screen... Did not understand it. Much obliged to you Riteish for 'Dhuvun tak' and for ensuring I did it...had such an impact." 

Four years prior, the Bollywood couple additionally completed a comparative appearance in a merry track in Riteish's presentation Marathi movie "Lai Bhaari".Mauli, coordinated by Aditya Sarpotdar, composed by Kshitij Patwardhan and created by Genelia is booked to discharge on December 14. 

Not just Genelia, Riteish likewise had a fabulous time shooting with his better half for the tune. He said in an announcement: "I could never need to leave any chance to work with Genelia. I have really constrained her to do this melody." 

He included, "It felt extraordinary to move together following four years and that too on an Ajay-Atul piece. Ideally the gathering of people appreciates it as much as we did." 

Riteish and Genelia, who were seen together in motion pictures like Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya, Tujhe Meri Kasam and Masti, got hitched in 2012 and have two children - Riaan and Rahyl.

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