Ranveer Singh, Atlee Kumar’s dance video from S Shankar’s daughter wedding goes viral

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Image Source: SCREEN GRABS FROM VIRAL VIDEO Atlee Kumar last directed Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan.

Director S Shankar’s daughter Aishwarya Shankar married Tarun Karthikeyan on April 15 in Chennai. The star-studded wedding ceremony was attended by several popular personalities including Rajinikanth, Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Janhvi Kapoor, MK Stalin and many others. Several photos and videos from the ceremony are circulating on the internet, including a video of actor Ranveer Singh and director Atlee Kumar. In the viral video, Ranveer is seen adjusting Atlee’s outfit before he starts dancing. The jawan director suddenly surprises everyone by shaking a leg to a popular Tamil song.

Watch the viral video:

Aishwarya is Shankar’s eldest daughter and also happens to be a doctor by profession. This is her second marriage after her divorce from cricketer Damodaran Rohit. On the work front, Shankar is currently working on two films simultaneously.

He is directing Ram Charan’s Telugu film Game Changer. The film will feature Ram Charan in triple roles. Other actors who will play important roles in the film are Kiara Advani, Anjali, Jayaram, Sunil and Srikanth. Game Changer is reportedly being made on a huge budget of Rs 250 crore. The film’s soundtrack and background score are composed by Thaman S, his third collaboration with Ram Charan after Naayak (2013) and Bruce Lee: The Fighter (2015).

S Shankar is also directing Kamal Haasan starrer Indian 2. The film also stars SJ Suryah, Kajal Aggarwal and Rakul Preet Singh. Indian 2 is also a huge budget film and was reportedly made on a budget of almost Rs 250 crore. Financed by Lyca Productions and Red Giant Movies, the film will hit the big screens on June 13 this year.

(With ANI inputs)

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