Ranveer Singh tries to be a Jabra fan of SRK and fails miserably

Ranveer Singh tries to be a Jabra fan of SRK and fails miserably

Ranveer Singh tried to recreate the iconic train chase sequence from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge. And look what happened

Ranveer Singh is known for his bindaas attitude. With his Befikre attitude, he does not let any occasion turn out to be a dull one. Every now and then he hogs all attention on social media with his antics which are hilarious. This time, he tried something innovative and unusually failed.

We are aware of the memorable train sequence involving Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge which over the years continues to remain fresh in our mind. Now, we know that Ranveer happens to be an ardent SRK fan and tried to pay tribute to the superstar. As seen in the video, he tried to recreate the train sequence in his own style.

The only difference was that the other person happened to be choreographer Ganesh Acharya. The latter managed to grab the Bajirao Mastani actor’s hand but the move backfired. Ranveer fell down from the stationary train and the moment is hilarious. However, he advised his fans not to try the stunt at home or on the train.

Last year, Ranveer set social media abuzz when he posted a video of him recreating Tu Mere Saamne song from Darr in Shah Rukh Khan style. Even the superstar loved his act and expressed the same on Twitter.

HAD to be done! @iamsrk #JuhiChawla @yrf

A video posted by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on

Here’s Shah Rukh Khan’s response to the video.

Isn’t Ranveer a Jabra fan?

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