Ranveer Singh Dances To Woo Deepika Padukone On ‘Nashe Si Chad Gayi’ In A Family Celebration
Actor Ranveer Singh, who dominates the audience in Hindi cinema with his style, dance, and acting, is always in the news because of his films. Currently, Ranveer is in the talk for a different reason. Ranveer’s dance videos with his ladylove Deepika Padukone and mother Anju Bhavnani are viral on social media. Ranveer Singh, creating his energetic aura, has been stealing the limelight all through these videos. In one of the videos, Ranveer’s dance chemistry with his mother, appreciated by the audience.
On the day of Rakshabandhan, Ranveer Singh’s entire family had gone to a luxurious hotel to celebrate Anju’s birthday. Anju and Ranveer’s dance video is currently viral on social media. Anju and Ranveer also danced to the song Dil Chori from the movie ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’.
This time Ranveer also sang the song ‘Bar Bar Din Ye Aaye’ for his mother. Ranveer danced with his father to the song Khalibali from the movie ‘Padmavat’. Ranveer also danced with his wife Deepika Padukone to the song ‘Nashe Si Chad Gayi’.
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Though it has been a long period since we have seen Bollywood’s most energetic star Ranveer Singh on the big screen. But there is good news for his fans as Ranveer will soon be seen in ’83’ as cricketer Kapil Dev and Deepika Padukone as Kapil Dev’s wife Romi. The audience is also excited about Ranveer’s upcoming films ‘Circus’, ‘Rocky and Rani Ki Prem Kahani’, ‘Suryavanshi’, ‘Takht’, and ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’. Previously, the actor has also signed for the Hindi remake of a Tamil film ‘Anniyan’, under the direction of Shankar.
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Ranveer Singh has recently celebrated 10 years of his journey in the film industry. Hence the actor took it to Instagram and shared a video. The video traces his journey from being a newcomer to evolving into the heartthrob of the country. While sharing that video, Ranveer wrote, “I only see possibilities. To defy definition. To transcend genres and empower a new generation to see their possibilities and write their own stories.”