Neetu Kapoor has wished her fans on the start of the Navratri celebration with a reverential song appropriate for the event. What’s more, it includes her actor son Ranbir Kapoor.
Sharing the music video of the melody Sherawali Ma on Instagram, Neetu stated, “Jai mata di.” The song is from Ranbir’s 2011 film Rockstar and highlights Ranbir performing at a jagran. He plays the song on his guitar, unordinary to the setting, however sings the bhajan with his entire existence. He even dresses up appropriately in a kurta-pajama and a patka on his head.
The post accumulated in excess of 80000 views within two hours. Everybody from Anushka Sharma, Karisma Kapoor, Neena Gupta to Abhishek Bachchan ‘liked’ the video. Ranbir’s sister Riddhima additionally responded to the post with hands participated in prayer emoticon. Huge numbers of Neetu’s followers additionally stated, “Jai Mata Di” in the comments section.
A significant number of Ranbir’s fans were charmed to go over the obscure song. A fan commented, “Almost forgot this scene.” Another said, “Hahahaha so cute.” One more wrote, “Cut God Bless Ranbir!”
Ranbir as of late celebrated his 38th birthday celebration. His actor girlfriend Alia Bhatt wished him on Instagram by sharing a beaming image of the birthday boy. Ranbir is seen cheerfully sitting in the middle of cakes and candles in the image. Alia subtitled it by saying, “Happy Birthday 8”, alongside a heart emoticon. Probably, the ‘8’ in the birthday wish is a reference to the Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani actor’s lucky number.
Ranbir at present has two movies in the pipeline. His much deferred film Brahmastra is yet to get an affirmed release date subsequent to being postponed once more due to Covid pandemic. He will be seen with Alia for the first time on screen in Brahmastra. He has additionally been dealing with his other film, Samshera, in which he plays the lead role. It likewise stars Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt.
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