WATCH | Ranveer Singh's Reaction To AR Rahman Joining IncInk Will Make Your Day!

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Ranveer Singh expresses unbound joy jumping on the bed as singer AR Rahman agrees to join his passion project IncInk.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh who was widely celebrated for her performance in his latest venture 'Gully Boy' as fans can't stop gushing over his newly discovered rapping skills. Now taking his passion for music to another level, the actor recently launched his independent music record label, IncInk, as he teamed up with filmmaker and music evangelist Navzar Eranee. The initiative that Ranveer describes as his 'passion project' aims to unearth the future superstars of the music scene in India and present their raw talent to a global audience.

Here's how the actor introduced the initiative on social media:

While fans are startled by Ranveer's surprise venture, recently, Grammy and Academy Award-winning musician A. R. Rahman responded to the post saying that he will be joining the project from the coming week. Rahman shared the 'Padmaavat' actor's post on the same and said, "Am coming next week to sign up".

Here's the post:

Ranveer seemed to be overwhelmed about the same. No sooner had the music composer shared his post, the 'Gully Boy' star commented on the same. Expressing his unbound joy Ranveer shared a video of himself jumping on his bed.

Take a look:

Meanwhile, IncInk released their first single, titled 'Zeher' on the same day. The track is written and performed by Kaam Bhaari and is produced by Shikhar Yuvraj Manchanda (a.k.a. RĀKHIS). 'Zeher' is a hard-hitting song that challenges the prevalent conforms of the Indian music industry boldly and unapologetically. 



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