Ranveer’s WC antics has social media in ruptures

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Ranveer Singh’s stint as a grabbed attention during the India-match at ICC 2019, but what really got the world talking was his unique outfit and a hug that shared with after the team won.

Ranveer went over to the field and gave Virat a congratulatory hug after on Sunday beat by 89 runs (via the Duckworth-Lewis method) in their rain-interrupted 2019 ICC clash at

The match also marked the debut of the actor, who will be seen as former in “83”, a film about India’s victory, as a He did it for Star alongside stars and

He lent it an entertainment factor with a segment where he interacted with stars such as Gavaskar, Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh, and

At the end of the match, Ranveer went over and gave an endearing hug to Virat.

A fan, watching it all live, captured the moment and shared it on with a message: “Video of the game? I think so! So glad I managed to film this moment of Virat and Ranveer hugging after India versus India dominated throughout but the atmosphere from both sides was electric.”

Virat, proud of the team’s victory, took to his page and wrote: “Top performance by the team. Thanks to all the fans for turning out in large numbers.”

Ranveer commented: “GIANTS! Unforgettable team performance! Boss man leading from the front, inspiration to a whole generation. Bravo, kaptaan!”

Another video of Ranveer dancing away with Gavaskar to the retro number “Badan pe sitaare” went viral on social media, as did the comments on the actor’s quirky style at the match. His clothes and statement glasses became much talked about.

“The only winner today at India versus Pakistan is the optician who sold those glasses. Too much style,” one user tweeted.

Of his oversized attire, one person said: “To all the moms — this is how younger siblings look like when clothes of the older one get handed down to them.”



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