When Peshwa met ‘Bajirao’ with ‘Sadashivrao’, Ranveer Singh said this to Arjun Kapoor!

New Delhi, JNN. Film actor Ranveer Singh played Peshwa Bajirao in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Bajirao Mastani. Now Ranveer Singh has shared a picture with friend Arjun Kapoor on social media so that his friend and Sadashivrao became Arjun Kapoor in the film Go ahead and win at the box-office with your film ‘Panipat’. Arjun Kapoor’s film directed by Ashutosh Gowariker Neept is scheduled to be released on December 6.

Arjun Kapoor has been praising since the release of the trailer of Panipat.¬†Arjun Kapoor has been Ranveer Singh’s best friend from the movie Gunday.

The friendship of both of them is worth seeing and is always seen supporting each other.¬†As Arjun’s film was released on the big screen, Ranveer shared a picture with Arjun Kapoor on his social media and wished him all the best for his upcoming film.

Ranveer Singh shared a loving picture with Arjun Kapoor on Instagram.¬†Ranveer Singh is seen holding Arjun Kapoor in a hug with love.¬†In the picture, Ranveer is seen wearing an orange cap and white T-shirt, while Arjun is wearing a blue T-shirt.¬†After the release of Arjun’s film Panipat, Ranveer Singh wrote, ‘Bajirao and Sadashivrao go ahead and win!¬†#BabPowerArjun Kapoor. ‘

While Arjun Kapoor played the role of Sadashivrao in the period drama, his bestie Ranveer played the role of Bajirao in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film ‘Bajirao Mastani’.¬†Arjun Kapoor, Kriti Sanan and Sanjay Dutt have important roles in Panipat.¬†Arjun Kapoor and Kriti Sanan’s film has been given three and a half stars by film critic Taran Adarsh.¬†Karthik Aryan’s film Husband, Wife and She is going to be at the box office of this film.

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