Around 6 to 7 months ago, Will Smith had come down to India to fulfill his bucket list item of being in a Bollywood dance sequence. Back then, we had seen several pictures of him with Ranveer Singh, Karan Johar, Punit Malhotra, Ananya Panday, Tara Sutaria and Tiger Shroff.
Honestly, he looked like he had the time of his life.
While there were reports that Will Smith was making a cameo in Student Of The Year 2, we didn’t know how Ranveer was involved in the process. But now we do! The Hollywood superstar just released his vlog from his trip to India and it is all kinds of amazing! In the video, he speaks about how one of his bucket list items has always been to be a part of a Bollywood dance sequence. He elaborates on how much he loves that Indian cinema is very much a part of the culture of our country.
To understand the working of Bollywood movies, he met up with Ranveer and it is pretty much the most fantabulous collab that you will have ever seen. Will is blown away by Ranveer’s epic entry and RS tutors him on the deets of a quintessential Bollywood movie. He even teaches Will how to do a pelvic thrust that makes the ladies faint. Later in the vlog, Will meets up with KJo to understand the content of Bollywood films as well.
Finally, we see the Hollywood superstar learning the choreography to the reprised version of Radha Teri Chunari and performing with Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria, and Ananya Panday for SOTY 2.
We could watch Will Smith shaking a leg to this Bollywood number over and over again. It is beyond awesome. Moreover, we even get a look at the choreography of the reprised version of Radha Teri Chunari from SOTY 2.
Check it out:
Philly to Bel-Air. Hollywood to Bollywood. Watch as Will Smith travels across the world to knock off one more item from his Bucket List – dance in a big budget Bollywood movie.
Posted by Will Smith's Bucket List on Tuesday, 2 April 2019
Now that was one epic video, amirite? It has already garnered over 14 million views in just a couple of hours. This is pretty much the most incredible collaboration I’ve seen. What about you?