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Ranveer Singh’s shirtless picture will make your jaws drop

Just yesterday, a shirtless picture of Ranveer Singh, taken during Gunday shooting was doing rounds on the internet.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: February 20, 2018 13:33 IST ]
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Ranveer Singh is one star who needs no introduction. From playing the fukra Bittu in Band Baaja Baraat, the hot fraudster from Ladies v/s Ricky Behl to portraying the character of Bajirao Mastani with poise and the deadly Alauddin Khilji from the magnum opus Padmaavat, Ranveer has proved his mettle in acting.

Apart from his impeccable acting skills, Ranveer Singh is also famous for following an extravagant fashion style. Ranveer owns a great body to die for. He is someone who is very concerned about fitness and helps maintain the regularity to keep himself fit.

Just yesterday, a shirtless picture of Ranveer Singh, taken during Gunday shooting was doing rounds on the internet.  "Focus," wrote Ranveer while posting the picture, with the hashtag "Monday motivation." 

The picture which was shared in on Monday morning, has got over 7 lakh likes (and counting) and Ranveer's well-toned body has attracted several comments like, “You are awesome!”, "Killer" and "Ranveer, I am focused on you." One that was the cheekiest one was- “Oye Khilji, Khilji, hoye!!”

Check out the picture:

Focus 👁 #tb #gunday #mondaymotivation

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Gunday that also starred Arjun Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra in the film, recently completed 4 years.

Ranveer is currently filming Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy with Alia Bhatt. A few days back, he posted his transformation picture from "Padmaavat" to Gully Boy.

#padmaavat —> #gullyboy

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On the professional front, Ranveer Singh is currently gearing up for Rohit Shetty’s Simmba and Kabir Khan’s ’83. 

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