Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film Cirkus. The film stars Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez and Varun Sharma. And, it is directed by Rohit Shetty. Singh kick-started shooting at the end of 2020 and also dropped a picture from the sets after he got back. On Friday, Ranveer Singh shared a hilarious video of Rohit Shetty and called him the ‘most serious car stunt director’. The actor shoots a video of Shetty driving a mini car on the sets of Cirkus.
On Instagram, the Bajirao Mastani actor shared the video featuring Rohit Shetty, with the caption, “Takes his job very seriously @itsrohitshetty.” The video starts with Ranveer giving his fans a glimpse of the luxurious and vintage cars on the sets of Cirkus. The camera then pans to Rohit Shetty, who is spotted sitting in a mini car. While shooting the video, Ranveer says, “The most serious car stunt director of the country.” The video then features Shetty taking off in his mini car. And, he drives it around the set, while the crew watches him. In the background, Singh enjoys a good laugh. In the end of the video, Rohit Shetty returns, driving towards Ranveer. At this time, Shetty says, “Abe tu shoot kar raha hai?” The filmmaker asks Ranveer whether he was shooting his antics on the set, without him knowing about it.
Have a dekko at the video below:
Meanwhile, Cirkus will be Ranveer Singh’s second film collaboration with filmmaker Rohit Shetty. Earlier, he worked with Shetty on Simmba co-starring Sara Ali Khan. Speaking of Cirkus, the film is produced by Rohit Shetty and Bhushan Kumar. In the movie, Ranveer will be seen in a double role for the first time in his film career. Also Read: Ranveer Singh Informs Nick Jonas A Special Consignment From India Is Coming His Way; Actor Poses With A Chocolate Spread Box Featuring Singer, Says ‘Khaas Apne Jiju Ke Liye’
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