Rakul Preet Singh participated in a game of golf alongside Sadhguru and Kapil Dev. The video has sparked excitement among followers on social media.
Rakul Preet Singh shared a photo from her recent round of golf in Washington, DC. She was accompanied by legendary cricketer Kapil Dev and spiritual leader Sadhguru. Rakul started on her Instagram account, “What could be better than kicking off the ATA conference in Washington, DC with @sadhguru and @therealkapildev?”
According to the footage, Rakul, Kapil Dev, and Sadhguru spent most of their time with others on the golf course. While Rakul went for an all-black sports ensemble for the game, Sadhguru wore a Save Soil Movement T-shirt. Kapil, on the other hand, was dressed casually in a T-shirt and pants. During the game, the video also filmed Rakul between shots. She also autographed caps for those in attendance.
A fan’s response to the video was “Kya Baat hai (Amazing)” Another enthusiast added, “Everything appears incredible,” to the slew of remarks. Ayushmann Khurrana, who will co-star with Rakul in his next film Doctor G, was also impressed by the video.
In another video posted by Sadhguru, the guru successfully executed a blind putt. However, Rakul and Kapil were not featured in the clip. Sadhguru was poised to score an Eagle on the 18th hole when he was challenged to putt blindly for an albatross, according to the tournament’s official website.
Rakul was last seen in the film Runway 34 by Ajay Devgn. The film is rumored to be based on a real-life occurrence that occurred in 2015 when an aircraft from Doha to Kochi had a tight escape after having trouble landing at the airport due to terrible weather and low visibility. However, the Federation of Indian Pilots (FIP) stated that the video inaccurately represents pilots.”While we all appreciate being amused and accept the artistic license of a film director, an exciting plot should not be mistaken as a true picture of the extraordinary expertise of airline pilots who fly thousands of flights every day responsibly and safely without incident and fanfare,” the Federation of International Pilots (FIP) said in a statement that was reported by ANI.