Ranveer Singh pays tribute to SRK on Swiss holiday, Khan responds with ode of his own
Shah Rukh Khan responded to Ranveer Singh's tribute video creating the Tu Mere Saamne song from Darr on his recent Swiss holiday
Ranveer Singh's made no attempt to hide the extreme fanboy nature of his adoration for Shah Rukh Khan.
The Bajirao Mastani actor has been having a blast holidaying in Switzerland with his friends, and posting fun images and videos on his Instagram account.
On Monday, Ranveer shared a video himself against the backdrop of the Swiss Alps — but he didn't go in for the usual selfie/vista-type monstage.
Instead, Ranveer recreated Shah Rukh Khan's iconic song from Darr, Tu Mere Saamne, tagging the superstar and his Darr co-star Juhi Chawla on his Insta post:
"Had to be done!" Ranveer captioned the video.
On his part, Shah Rukh seemed more than happy with this tribute from the younger actor, tweeting to him:
@RanveerOfficial woke up & saw Darr song, thot ‘o wow I can dance’ till I realised it was u my man.Dont know Tujhe dekhoon ke pyaar karoon!
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) August 15, 2016
Ranveer rounded off the mutually admiring tweets by saying:
I was trying to feel the Junoon..but all I could feel was the Cold! 😂 haha!
I love you Sh-Sh-Sh-Sh-Shah Rukh!!!🙏😍❤️ https://t.co/Ak895nVBCB
— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) August 15, 2016
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