Actors Ranveer Singh (left) and Will Smith.
Gulf Today web team
LOS ANGELES: Hollywood actor Will Smith rhymed with the tune of Indian hip-hop ‘Gully Boy” featuring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt. The versatile actor heaped praise upon Ranveer for his remarkable performance in the movie.
The 50-year-old actor took to his Instagram and said in a video, "Yo, Ranveer… Congrats, man. I'm loving what you're doing with ‘Gully Boy.’ For me, old school hip-hop here scene... hip-hop all over the world, like that I'm loving it man. Congrats. Go get them."
Zoya Akthar directorial "Gully Boy" features Ranveer and Alia Bhatt, and was released on Thursday, Feb 14, to make the most of the Valentine's Day mood.
And the film lived up to the strategy with a bumper opening day figures. The film collected about Rs 18 crore on the first day. Ranveer Singh has now established himself as the new superstar of Hindi films with a line-up of huge hits.
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