Ranveer Singh Shaking A Leg To His Famous Hits At Recent Wedding Is Everything You Need To See Today
Ranveer Singh recently uploaded an Instagram post, calling on his followers to “hire him” if they need an entertainer to perform at a family event. It seems like he was not joking!
Actor Ranveer Singh may be known to shoot his film roles with utmost perfection and seriousness, however, a great amount of humour lies within the superstar’s personality. Bubbly and witty, the Bajirao Mastani actor loves to provide entertainment to his fans. Well, if we think about it, what better profession to take up than acting then? The actor recently uploaded an Instagram post, calling on his followers to “hire him” if they need an entertainer to perform at a family event, ranging from weddings to birthday parties and even mundan events, where a newborn baby’s hair is shaved off. “Shaadi season is here! Entertainer for hire,” he captioned the post.
It seems like Ranveer was not pulling anyone’s leg and was in fact serious. A video of him dancing and making guests have a blast at a recent wedding in Delhi has gone viral. Dressed in typical, quirky Ranveer attire – diamond-shaped sunnies, a black hat and rust orange pants – he can be seen shaking a leg with his fans on some of his super hit songs of all time.
Ranveer can be seen seen dancing to Tattad Tattad from Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, Aankh Marey from the fairly recent Simmba, Kala Chashma from Baar Baar Dekho and My Name Is Lakhan from Ram Lakhan. Ranveer’s initial entertainment post received a lot of hilarious responses in the comments section with one of them his wife and actor Deepika Padukone herself. She cheekily wrote on “contact @deepikapadukone for bookings! @ranveersingh” in the comments section. On the work front, Ranveer is occupied with shooting for Kabir Khan’s directorial ’83. Deepika will also star in the project and is reprising her real-life persona on-screen. She will be seen in the avatar of Indian legendary cricketer Kapil Dev’s (Ranveer) wife Romi Dev – a major reason behind his victorious win in the ICC Cricket World Cup.