Ranveer Singh’s Ganpati Dance At IIFA 2019 Is Unmissable; Fans Ask ‘Bhai Kahaa Se Laate Ho Itni Energy’
At IIFA 2019, Ranveer Singh took the stage and slayed the Ganpati dance with his energetic moves and power-packed performance. Now he shared the video on his Instagram and fans are in awe of him!
We are all aware of Ranveer Singh and the crazy energy he brings wherever he goes! What makes him stand out is not just his eclectic, quirky fashion sense, but also his lively, zestful and dynamic personality. The actor was present at IIFA 2019 and gave power-packed performances, right from Gully Boy, Malhari to Khalibali, the actor drew out a lot of cheers and won hearts at the glamorous night. Now, Ranveer Singh has shared a video from his IIFA performance and his Ganpati dance is just unmissable!
Ranveer Singh took to Instagram to share a video of him at IIFA 2019 in which he absolutely slays the Ganpati dance! Donning a very bright funky attire, with even funkier glasses, he makes the audience go crazy with the power-packed performance. He captioned the video as, “Go Ham or go Home.” Fans flooded the post with lots of appreciative comments. While one comment read, “Bhot hard,” another comment read, “Bhai Kahaa se late ho itni energy?” Take a look at the video here: ALSO READ: Ranveer Singh’s Saucy Comment On Deepika Padukone’s Post Makes Her Say, 'Ghar Aaja, Mein Batati Hoon'
Meanwhile, Ranveer Singh was last seen in the film Gully Boy as a rapper Murad Ahmed. He will next be seen in Kabir Khan’s ’83, which is based on the legendary cricketer Kapil Dev’s life journey. The film is expected to hit the screens next year. Ranveer Singh’s wife Depika Padukone is also going to be a part of the film and will play the role of Kapil Dev’s wife Romi. This will be the first time we’ll get to see the stunning couple come together on screen after their marriage.
Image Source: Instagram/ranveersingh
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