WATCH: Govinda Aces Viral #BottleCapChallenge, Wins Applause From Bollywood Celebrities And Netizens

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The viral #BottleCapChallenge is going viral on social media and gradually all the Bollywood celebrities are catching up with its fever.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The viral #BottleCapChallenge is going viral on social media and gradually all the Bollywood celebrities are catching up with its fever. The recent one to join the bandwagon is Govinda. In the video, he can be seen unscrewing the cap of the bottle with a reverse kick and one can say that he completely aces it! 

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Watch the video below: 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Satur-Yay! ⚡💪🏻 #bottlecapchallenge #accepted 😎

A post shared by Govinda (@govinda_herono1) on

 The video gained a lot of traction and many Bollywood celebrities and netizens took to social media to applaud the 'Rangeela Raja' actor. While MC Sher from 'Gully Boy' said that Govinda will 'forever be his no1', another actor was completely wowed by the act. Read some reactions below: 

The Internet has hosted several online challenges in the past couple of years. After the 'Kiki Challenge' that took the internet by storm last year, the 'bottle cap challenge' has become the current sensation with celebrities around the world giving it a go. The challenge was first started by Akshay Kumar in Bollywood, soon after which other actors in the likes of Tiger Shroff and Kunal Kemmu performed the viral feat in their own quirky way. 

READ: Bottle Cap Challenge: Dia Mirza Says The Viral Task ‘sickens Her For One Reason’, Gets Mixed Reactions On Twitter

 

Meanwhile, on the work front, Govinda was last seen in 'Rangeela Raja' that released on January 2019.

 

 

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