Ranveer Singh and Atlee’s tattad tattad dance at Shankar’s daughter Aishwarya’s wedding

Viral: Ranveer Singh And Atlee Dance To Tattad Tattad At Shankar

A still from a video shared on Instagram. (Etiquette: Director Shankar08,

New Delhi:

Ranveer Singh is known for injecting his infectious energy and dance moves into any event and Tamil director Shankar’s daughter Aishwarya Shankar’s wedding was no exception. Social media is abuzz with Aishwarya’s wedding videos, where Ranveer grabs attention with his powerful dance moves with director Atlee. In one particularly viral clip, the pair can be seen grooving to the upbeat track Appadi podu, originally featuring Thalapathy Vijay and Trisha, as they join the newlyweds on stage. Wearing a black sherwani, Ranveer Celebrations lit up.

Another video captured Ranveer Singh And dancing enthusiastically to hit songs like Atlee Vomiting is coming And Shah Rukh Khanis iconic Lungi Dancenot content to just observe, Ranveer also surprised the audience with his performance Tatttttttttttttttttttttttttttt from Goliyon ki Raslila Ram-leela, his infectious energy extended to teaching fellow attendees dance steps. Take a look at the videos:

Among the guests were Tamil legends like Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan.”

Shankar’s elder daughter Aishwarya got married to Tarun Karthikeyan on Sunday. Earlier she was married to cricketer Damodaran Rohit.

Ranveer and Kriti recently walked the ramp together in Varanasi. The fashion event was hosted by designer Manish Malhotra and was held at Namo Ghat. Kriti wore a beautiful red Banarasi silk dress, while Ranveer looked dapper in a golden silk kurta with a black dhoti and matching shawl.

Speaking to ANI, Ranveer said, “Backstage, I was talking to other models and we all have done our share of fashion shows, but this is really something special. Walking on the banks of the Ganges felt a million times better than any five-star place in Mumbai,” he told ANI.

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