Indian superstar Ranveer Singh teaches Giannis Antetokounmpo Bollywood dancing (VIDEO)

Ranveer Singh teaches NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo 'Tattad Tattad' steps

Bollywood superstar Ranveer Singh shared a video of him teaching the "Greek Freak" Giannis Antetokounmpo steps from his song Tattad Tattad which has caused a sensation on Indian social media.

Taking to Instagram, Ranveer shared a video as Giannis followed his steps, hand movements and facial expressions.

The actor recently flew out of Mumbai to attend the NBA Abu Dhabi Games 2022, where Giannis' Milwaukee Bucks are currently playing.

In the clip, the song played in the background as Ranveer did the steps. Giannis, who stood next to the actor in a room, followed his steps and repeated them with elegance. As the video came to an end, Ranveer and Giannis hugged each other and shook hands.

Ranveer wore a white T-shirt, yellow and green jacket, faded denims and pink shoes in the clip. Giannis opted for casuals--beige T-shirt, black denims and sneakers. He also carried a backpack. The original song from RamLeela featured Ranveer.

It has been sung by Aditya Narayan.


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"The Greek Freak gettin’ his Tattad Tattad on," Singh captioned the post.

He added, "Hahahaha!!! I can’t get over it!!!!"

Giannis, on the other hand, shared the clip on his handle and wrote, "My guy @ranveersingh."

The video had fans and his B-town friends laughing out loud and calling it, "Just the Collab we needed."
Tiger Shroff, on the other hand, left a comment that read, "Ohhhh sheeee bro."

Siddhanth Kapoor asked, " kya sikhaya hein , literally learnt it in a minute."

On the work front, Ranveer is awaiting the release of his films 'Cirkus', 'Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani', among many others.

Meanwhile, the Victor Wembanyama phenomenon has already taken the NBA by storm and Giannis Antetokounmpo already had a preview of what the young French prospect can do.

“I believe in 2045, everybody is going to look like Victor”, said Giannis, putting Wembanyama 20 years ahead of his time.

While in Abu Dabhi for the NBA pre-season games against the Hawks, the Bucks superstar explained what he knows about Vic from last season: “I had the chance to watch Victor play in 2021, a year ago, for the first time because my little brother, Kostas, played for ASVEL and they were teammates. And he’s incredible, man”.

Giannis and Europe got a preview of what Wembanyama can do: “His skills, the way he can shoot the ball, the way he can move, he’s extremely fast for his size, he can block shots, he can be a threat on the defensive end, he’s unbelievable."

"I believe it’s only a matter of time until he’s in the league. For him, the key is just to keep getting better, keep staying humble, and stay healthy. With a body like that and a skill set like that, as long as he stays healthy, he’s going to keep improving.

"And keep enjoying the game as much as he can”.

With LeBron James also not being shy in praises and the US audience getting a taste of what he can do in two exhibition games in Las Vegas, the Greek Freak adds that the French phenomenon has already the chance to go down in basketball history as one of the best ever players.

“He has the chance to be one of the best, not at his age, not in Europe, but one of the best to ever play this game. We have never seen someone like that before.

"I think it’s a good challenge for everybody in the league, to have somebody who’s 7-foot-2 and is able to shoot over you, dribble like he’s a guard, block shots, and run down the floor fast.

"We got to get ready for this kid, you know? He’s going to be really good”.

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