Actor Ranveer Singh gestures while watching a cricket match.
Bollywood Actor Arjun Kapoor took to social media to wish his buddy Ranveer Singh for his birthday.
Arjun shared a photograph of chocolate crepes on his Instagram account and tagged the bubbly actor.
Calling him the "original chocolate boy" of the industry, Arjun posted the picture on his Instagram stories.
The "India's Most Wanted" star captioned it: "Belated happy birthday Baba aka Ranveer Singh (the original chocolate boy of our industry.)"
Ranveer, who is currently in London to shoot for his upcoming film "'83", turned 34 on July 6.
He celebrated his birthday alongside his actress-wife Deepika Padukone.
Arjun will next be seen in "Panipat", a historical directed by Ashutosh Gowariker. The film also stars Sanjay Dutt and Kriti Sanon.
Indo-Asian News Service
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