Uff, how does he manage to bring out such bizarre outfits over and over again? We wonder where is his pitara of fashionable outfits. Well, just like any day, Ranveer Singh has yet again got us talking with his recent look. Being totally unapologetic about his choices, Ranveer recently stepped out wearing an oversized red hoodie that was covered from top-to-toe pairing it black jeans. Taking the already quirky look a notch higher, he teamed it with a pair of neon sports shoes and chunky black sunnies.
While we can't help but relate to this look to Hrithik Roshan's Koi Mil Gaya's Jaadu look, the fans cannot seem to handle his fashion sense too. However, that's not it, his dhongi baba look scared a little kid. Well, we just came across a video and in the video, Ranveer who was about to get in the car after his posing session- tried to acknowledge the little toddler but instead, the kiddo was seen all panicky when Singh approached towards the kid. Watch the video below.
We also got to know, Ranveer's this unconventional outfit got the social media talking as well. Many users commented on Ranveer's look, calling him 'Jaadu Ka Dada', 'Red riding hood', 'Nayee naveli dulhan' while some found it as a fashion disaster. Knowing, how he loved to bring all the kinds of quirks on the table, this didn't come as a surprise but surely has grabbed our attention and how. And just like always, he managed to slay in this hoodie too.
Meanwhile, the Padmaavat actor will be next seen in Kabir Khan's '83 where he will be essaying the role of the legendary cricketer, Kapil Dev on screen. While his real-life wife Deepika Padukone will be playing his wife as Romi Bhatia. This film would be the first where we would be seeing Deepveer together after their marriage. The film is expected to release next January. While the multi-starrer and magnum opus Takht is also in the pipeline.
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