BTS member Jungkook’s presence in a Bollywood blockbuster baffles many, video goes viral - GulfToday

BTS member Jungkook’s presence in a Bollywood blockbuster baffles many, video goes viral


A videograb shows Jungkook with big moustaches.

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Korean BTS Boy band’s member Jungkook has created confusion among Bollywood movie buffs as they fail to understand as to how Jungkook ended up getting a role in Rohit Shetty directed and Ajay Devgn starrer Singham.

In a viral video, Jungkook is looking like a thug with big moustaches in a scene from Bollywood blockbuster Singham.

Actually the said scene is a fan-edited video, who has juxtaposed Jungkook’s face with big moustaches in the video clip.

The BTS’ Indian ARMY was baffled by the edit.

Twitterati had a big laugh about it and they couldn't fathom how perfect Jungkook looks in the video. Some even called him 'a perfect south Indian thug.'

For the unversed, the video is from the just released BTS’ 2021 Muster Sowoozoo DVD. It has several behind-the-scenes and rehearsals clips of the boy band from the 2021 concert.

One of them has a funny video of V (Kim Taehyung) and Jungkook experimenting with fake moustaches. In the video, Jungkook places a thick handle moustache on his face and steps on the stage as his fellow band members look at him.


At once they all cracked up looking at him. After this, Jungkook goes to Taehyung and puts the face moustache on his face. Once again the boy band couldn't hold their laughter.

Meanwhile, the septet - RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook - is all set to treat their fans to something new.

Twitterati @1210Archiee said, “I expected something would happen like this with that mustache.” 

Overfromonmelas wrote, “I'm sorry jk...but wth .can't stop laugh'n at this . Hats off to whoever made this.”

Talking about their future releases, the group is gearing up for their anthology album 'Proof'.

It will be released on June 10.

BTS' label, Big Hit Entertainment, also gave more information about the album via statement.

"The BTS anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter as an artist that has been active for nine years to look back on their endeavours," the statement read.



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