Ranveer Singh is back in action! Ever since COVID-19 put everything on a temporary halt, Bollywood actors left not even a single chance to connect with their fans via social media. While the Insta live was the newest trend during the initial days of lockdown, these stars made sure to keep their fans updated about the daily happenings in their starry life. As life is slowly and steadily getting back on track following the new normal, we are often spotting one or the other celeb going out and about in the city.
This afternoon, Ranveer Singh was snapped by the shutterbugs. In the latest online video, the Simmba star was papped on a busy road getting down to check his car after a minor accident occurred. As Singh’s car stopped at a signal, a biker reportedly brushed off the actor's car on the road. Wearing a black and white striped zipper, Singh looked cool in his casual attire as he paired it with cool black shorts. Meanwhile, Ranveer Singh is making headlines for all the good reasons. As per latest online reports, RS is set to slip into Sanjeev Kumar’s shoes in Rohit Shetty’s Angoor (1982) remake.
Yes, that’s true! For the uninitiated, after Sooryavanshi and Simmba Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh are once again teaming up. Recently we reported, the filmmaker is also very keen on roping Jacqueline Fernandez as the leading lady opposite Singh. Angoor remake will see Ranveer playing a double role. Before locking Ranveer Singh, Shetty wanted Shah Rukh Khan to headline the project and somehow things didn’t materialize and the duo then collaborated in 2015.
Coming back to Ranveer Singh’s recent video, the actor was later snapped entering a building. (ALSO READ: Ranveer Singh’s Stylist SPEAKS UP After NCB Summons Deepika Padukone; Says, 'What Are People’s Thoughts on Sadhus-Babas Smoking Chillums All Day?')
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