Bollywood & TV
Ranveer Singh Danced His Heart Out On Wife Deepika’s Nagada Song But Suddenly Had An Oops Moment
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone make one of the most adorable couples of B-Town and they never shy away from indulging in PDA or expressing their love for each other, whether in public or on social media. We often see them making sweet, loving, teasing or adorable comments on each other’s posts and this all gives an idea that their married life is quite exciting and vivacious.
During the lockdown period, some old pics and videos are also going viral which offer a stroll through the past memory lane and amuse us. One such video is of Bollywood’s Bajirao shaking a leg to the tunes of “Nagada Sang Dhol Baje” from the flick “Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela” which starred B-Town’s IT couple – Ranveer and Deepika Padukone.
Ranveer did an awesome dance which left everyone in awe but then suddenly he had an oops moment as he fell inside the big drum which was kept as a prop on the stage. As the actor was dancing his heart out, he tried to beat the drum but it got torn and Ranveer fell inside it which left many in splits too.
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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have been pretty active on social media during the lockdown which has been imposed on account of the coronavirus outbreak which is the biggest enemy of mankind at the present time. Needless to say, COVID-19 has brought the whole world to a standstill and adversely affected almost every sector including Bollywood as shooting of many films has been stopped while release of some movies has also been postponed for an indefinite period of time.
Many celebrities from the sports world, television industry and Bollywood are taking resort to social media to spread awareness regarding coronavirus, asking their fans to stay at home and maintain social distancing to stay safe from the lethal disease. They are also opting for various means to keep their followers entertained, for instance, by sharing memes and old memories or conducting live chats or Q&A sessions.
Let’s hope that the COVID-19 virus gets eradicated completely soon so that our lives can get back to normal.