Karan Johar could only compare Ranveer Singh to Air India mascot Maharaja thanks to his red suit. The actor and director traveled to Goa to attend the 52nd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI).
In a video posted on Instagram, Karan Johar interviewed Ranveer Singh about his outfit. The actor revealed that he was wearing a Sabyasachi costume. Commenting on the outfit, Karan initially said that his outfit looked like a stop, but then compared it to the outfit worn by Air India mascot Maharaja.
Ranver immediately got up from his seat and imitated the mascot. “Loved and respected all over the country. “A cult figure, I will take it as a compliment,” Ranveer said. Karan replied that he originally meant it as a compliment.
Karan continued in the Ranveer quiz about the latest fashion trends he is obsessed with. “The Gucci x Balenciaga Hacker Project is like a moment in the history of fashion,” said the actor. The director also asked Ranveer for his opinion on the upcoming House of Gucci fashion film starring Adam Driver, Lady Gaga, Jared Leto and Salma Hayek. “Jared’s appearances on the red carpet must die,” the actor said before the video ended.
“We are working with ROKY! @Ranveersingh #midairshenanigans”, the director wrote in the caption of the post.
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At IFFI 2021, Ranveer gave an active performance while Karan hosted the event. In addition to appearing together at the film festival, Karan and Ranveer have also worked together on their upcoming film Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani. The actor plays Rocky in the film while Karan makes his directorial comeback after five years.
The film also stars Alia Bhatt, Shabana Azmi, Hema Malini and Dharmendra. Alia and Ranveer clips of the film often appear on the internet.
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