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Ranveer steps up for support for Vikramaditya Motwane's 'Trapped'
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Ranveer steps up for support for Vikramaditya Motwane's 'Trapped'

India Blooms News Service | | 17 Mar 2017, 11:11 pm
Mumbai, Mar 17 (IBNS): Ranveer Singh undoubtedly is Bollywood’s all heart star.

Always one to lend his popularity and star power to friends for their films and upcoming ventures, Ranveer recently supported Vikramaditya Motwane’s Indie venture Trapped.

Having directed Ranveer in Lootera, a beautiful film, Vikramaditya has found an ally in Ranveer for his relatively small but powerful film.

Trapped stars celebrated actor Rajkummar Rao.

Not just directors and actors that he’s worked with, Ranveer reaches out to everyone.

His co-star in the upcoming Zoya Akhtar directorial 'Gully Boy' Alia Bhatt also had Ranveer supporting her in promoting her next, Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya.

Ranveer did a supercool Happy Singh video with Alia Bhatt for the film and it has taken social media by storm. The video also shows just how much their onscreen chemistry is anticipated.

Having broken the age old Bollywood norm of competition coming in the way of supporting a rival or contemporary’s film, Ranveer continues to amaze with his selfless and generous outreach for films of his colleagues.


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