Ranveer Singh recreates Allu Arjun’s Pushpa motion, grooves with Shivarajkumar and Vijay Deverakonda
Saturday, Bollywood star Ranveer Singh attended SIIMA 2022. (South Indian International Movie Awards 2022). The actor’s rendition of Allu Arjun’s move from the film Pushpa stole the event.
In the video that has since gone viral, Ranveer recites Arjun’s line “Thaggedhe le” and mimics the actor’s signature hand motion from Pushpa. The crowd can be seen cheering for Ranveer, who then shakes his leg to “Srivalli.”
Allu Arjun was spotted appreciating Ranveer Singh’s performance from the front row.
Shivarajkumar and Vijay Deverakonda were also observed dancing and having a great time with Ranveer Singh. The performers danced to “Tattad Tattad” by Ranveer from the film Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ramleela.
SIIMA 2022 presented Ranveer Singh with the Most Popular Actor in South India award. Regarding honor, Ranveer stated, “I am overjoyed to be able to accomplish this simply for being an artist. I get to make a living doing what I enjoy. It is due to your love and acceptance, so thank you to everyone. First and foremost, the aspect of our country that I like the most is the richness of our culture. We are the most varied nation on earth. Every state has a culture that is so vibrant, and we as a nation must appreciate that.”
This is my favorite aspect of India’s 75 years of independence, he continued. What a blessing it is that we no longer live in a time when language was a barrier! As Bong Joon-ho stated on the Oscars stage, “I’m very happy and grateful that we now live in a time when people are receptive to these most fantastic and amazing stories from many languages and civilizations without the need for subtitles.”
Ranveer Singh concluded that he is inspired by the south Indian cinema industry and its talent. He stated, “You have caught the imagination of the entire nation and beyond, which is a testament to your skill, handiwork, and sincerity. You inspire me! ”
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