The National Basketball Association (NBA) appointed Bollywood sensation Ranveer Singh as the NBA Brand Ambassador for India last year. They said that during the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Season in 2021–2022, Ranveer Singh will collaborate with the league to help increase the league’s profile in India. Ranveer Singh will take part in several league projects that will be shared on both his own and NBA India’s social media pages. On Thursday, Singh and renowned photographer Rohan Shrestha attended the NBA Abu Dhabi Games 2022. Now, Ranveer has shared a video on social media of him dancing in Abu Dhabi with NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal to the song “Khalibali” from his 2018 film Padmaavat. Additionally, he uploaded pictures of his daily attire.
Singh frequently demonstrates that he can look nice in any style by donning odd attire. Well, he repeated his actions! On Saturday, the actor uploaded a tonne of images to Instagram, but his garish attire stole the show. Ranveer donned an ensemble by Dhruv Kapoor that included a peach-colored T-shirt, a bold blazer, and a matching set of patterned pants. The Simmba actor demonstrated how much he enjoyed trying new things at the co-ord set. The jacket and pants were quite odd, but the T-shirt was plain and trustworthy.
He was donning a pink jacket with exquisite, vibrantly coloured flower patterns that gave it life. The pants also featured vivid patterns. He had his hair pulled back, was sporting a lovely necklace, diamond studs, and large green sneakers. Everything in the attire complemented its cheery appearance. But you should also pay attention to his spectacles. He selected a pair of Kuboraum sunglasses with distinctive rims on either side that stood out.
When last seen, Ranveer was at his work on Jayeshbhai Jordaar. He will soon be seen in Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus. Ranveer will also appear in Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, a Karan Johar production. He will appear in the film with Alia Bhatt for the second time when it releases on February 10, 2023. Gully Boy was the first movie to use it.
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