sidharth malhotra, ranjha song shershaah, jasleen royal,

Sidharth Malhotra won the hearts of millions with his performance in the film Shershaah. The actor played the role of the Kargil War Hero, Captain Vikram Batra. While the movie received a phenomenal response from the critics and audience, songs from Shershaah also received immense love from the masses. The song Ranjha from Shershaah, sung by Jasleen Royal and B Praak was a big hit. The Ranjha songstress shared a new video from her recent meet with Sidharth Malhotra. Jasleen Royal posted a clip of Sidharth Malhotra and her crooning to the song Ranjha.

In the clip, Jasleen starts singing the melody. As the singer sings her part, for the male part of the song, Sidharth enters the frame and makes an appearance. The Shershaah actor croons to the song Ranjha and sings it along with Jasleen. The video of the actor-singer duo is too cute for words and unmissable. Jasleen shared the video adding the song Ranjha in the background of the video. The video was filmed in a flight.

Take a look at the video below:

 

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Jasleen Royal shared the video on her Instagram, with the caption, “Wait for it: #Ranjha #Shershaah @sidmalhotra @dcatalent @azeemdayani @sonymusicindia (sic).”

Meanwhile, from the video, it seems like it was taken on Thursday. It was today that Sidharth was clicked at Mumbai airport, leaving for somewhere. He was spotted in a similar attire he has donned in the video.

On the work front, Karan Johar announced the film Yodha featuring Sidharth Malhotra on November 18. The producer-filmmaker had earlier mentioned that the movie will be part of an action franchise. Malhotra even has Mission Majnu and Thank God in his kitty.

Also Read: Yodha: Sidharth Malhotra is ‘coming to hijack your screens’ with Karan Johar’s first ever action franchise

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