Karan Johar, who is producing lots of films and projects also plays a judge at a reality show. Called 'India's Got Talent', he co-judges the show with Malaika Arora and Kirron Kher. Those who follow the show will be aware of Karan's special 'toodles' series, where he often pulls Malaika or Kirron's leg and engages in some hilarious banter. This time he has found the 'Simmba' cast to feature in his video.
Taking to Instagram, KJo shared a video where he can be seen interacting with Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan and director Rohit Shetty. In his usual style, he greets each guest while throwing sass around. First, he shows Sara and comments that she seems to have left no colours remaining. After winning that argument he turns his eyes on Rohit Shetty, who can be seen in a red jacket as he is quietly eating some grams. When Karan asks what he's eating, he says it's 'chana' but adds that he wouldn't understand and should stick to quinoa.
Then finally comes Ranveer Singh rolling onto the scene in his inimitable style. He immediately starts imitating Karan and says that he is wearing this funky outfit only to impress him. Wearing a black t-shirt with multiple gold chains and a tiger print green jacket, Ranveer fondly calls his look 'Tiger Bappi', of course referring to musician Bappi Lahiri. Then he makes a comment that even KJo feigns being offended. Overall, it looks like everyone is having a blast and the episode will truly be a special one.
Meanwhile, the makers of the much anticipated Bollywood venture 'Simmba' are all set to release the third song of the film, which is supposedly the theme track titled 'Aala Re Aala'. Actor Ranveer Singh took to Instagram and announced the release of the upcoming song with a short teaser.
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