4 Years Of Fan: When Ranveer Paid A ‘Jabra Fan’ Tribute To Shah Rukh Khan And The Outcome Was Surprising AF – TB Video

On the occasion of #4YearsOfFAN, here’s taking a look at Ranveer Singh’s ‘Jabra Fan’ tribute to the superstar and it’s entertaining as hell

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4 Years Of Fan: When Ranveer Paid A ‘Jabra Fan’ Tribute To Shah Rukh Khan And The Outcome Was Surprising AF – TB Video
Four years ago from today, Shah Rukh Khan’s highly-exciting Fan had hit the big screens. The film was a game-changer for the actor in terms of his dual portrayal, highly convincing VFX and an intriguingly thrilling storyline. The film opened to rave reviews and is, undoubtedly, among SRK’s one of the most spectacular performances. One can also not forget Ranveer Singh’s super-entertaining tribute to the superstar. Well, Ranveer is a self-professed Shah Rukh fan and ahead of the film’s release, he had dropped in a bomb dubsmash.

The video saw Ranveer Singh grooving to the beats of Jabra Fan from the Shah Rukh Khan starrer and his moves were slick as usual. The Padmaavat actor was sporting a grey hoodie and was dancing in front of the film’s poster. However, the surprise package here was King Khan himself, who was hiding behind the poster and turned up in the mid of Ranveer’s performance. He then rolled his eyes and left the venue, leaving an awestruck Singh faint on the floor.

His witty caption read, “The Father of all ... 'Motion Posters' @iamsrk #JabraFan.” This particular video made fans wish to see Ranveer Singh and Shah Rukh Khan together in a film. Well, they still wait for this to happen!

Check out the video below:


Meanwhile, all the SRK fans, on Twitter, showered love on the actor by trending #4YearsOfFAN and remembering the film. It chronicled the life of a superstar and his fan, who would go to any lengths to get noticed and he certainly does. 


image source: instagram/ranveersingh
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