Kangana Ranaut And Sister Rangoli, Along With Their Grandpa, Perform The Pahadi Group Dance Form Natti – VIDEO

At brother Aksht’s engagement, Kangana Ranaut, along with sister Rangoli and their ex-IAS grandfather, performed the traditional Pahadi group dance called ‘Natti’, video inside

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Kangana Ranaut And Sister Rangoli, Along With Their Grandpa, Perform The Pahadi Group Dance Form Natti – VIDEO
Yesterday was a special day for the Ranaut family, as Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s younger brother Aksht got engaged to the love of his life, Ritu, amid a special ceremony. A couple of pictures and videos from the special occasion were out on social media and it was indeed a joyous day. Well, other than exchanging rings and all the family gatherings, Aksht and Ritu’s engagement party also saw the Ranaut family, who hails from the hilly region of Himachal Pradesh, performing the Pahadi group dance, popularly known as ‘Natti’.

In a video shared by Rangoli Chandel on her social media, we could see the Ranauts happily performing Natti on a traditional Pahadi song. From a happy and graceful Kangana Ranaut to an excited Rangoli, the entire family sure had a gala time. The highlight of this clip was, however, their grandfather Shri Barahmchand Ranaut, who happens to be an ex IAS Officer, dancing with utmost enthusiasm. “Friends who are curious about pahadi group dance form Natti, here’s a glimpse of it, elderly gentleman in a pahadi hat is our grandfather Shri Barahmchand Ranaut ex IAS officer,” wrote Rangoli in her caption.  (ALSO READ - Kangana Ranaut Best Suited To Play Ashwini Iyer Tiwari If A Biopic Is Ever Made On The Filmmaker, Says Ashwini)

Check out the video below:

For the engagement ceremony, the Queen actress looked all shades Royal in a golden Banarasi saree, which she wore with a heavy choker. Take a look at her pictures below:

Rangoli had also shared a video of the newly-engaged couple performing a romantic dance in front of the guests. Here, take a look:

On the work front, Kangana Ranaut will be next seen in Panga, Dhaakad and Thalaivi.

image source: twitter/rangoli_A
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