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Ranveer Singh dancing with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal on Khalibali will blow your mind. Watch!

Ranveer Singh, who represents India in NBA(National Basketball Association), recently appeared in NBA Abu Dhabi Games 2022. The event which took place on Thursday was also attended by his friend and celebrity photographer Rohan Shrestha. Now, the Gullyboy actor went online on Instagram to share the video with his fans. 

In a video that has NBA legend, Shaquille O’Neal, from Abu Dhabhi with him, you will see the two of them dancing on his hit song Khalibali from 2018 film, Padmavat. After watching the clip, you have to agree that the duo has set the stage on fire.

Ranveer Singh posted the video on his IG

The actor took to his Instagram to share this amazing clip with a caption, “Big Man X Bad Man! The collab you did not know you needed. Here’s Shaq doing Khalibali! Yes. You read that right! Shaq-a-bibi! “He also tagged Shaquille in his post. All of his fans were surprised watching the video. Ranveer Singh’s industry friends and his admirers placed a comment to appreciate the duo for their amazing collaboration. 

Recently, Ranveer also shared a dance video with another NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo. He wasseen teaching him the hook step of the song ‘Tattad Tattad’ from his another movie, Ramleela. His fans were happy to see the collaboration and wanted more. 

Ranveer’s professional front 

The actor who was last seen in films like Jayeshbhai Jordar and 83, will now appear in Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus. He is also a part of Karan johar’s Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, which stars Alia Bhatt as female lead. While Cirkus is scheduled to release this year on December 23, Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani will be out in Februalry 2023.

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Suryaprakash Singh


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