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Ranveer Singh Comforts Disappointed Pakistani Cricket Fan And Now We’re Fans of Him [Video]

There’s always next time!

ranveer singh with pakistani fan

While other Indian celebs were busy rejoicing after India’s win against Pakistan, Bollywood megastar Ranveer Singh was comforting a Pakistani fan.

A high-spirited Ranveer Singh made quite a commotion at the Old Trafford grounds on Sunday. The  Simmba actor was there to support his team against Pakistan.

He didn’t limit his charisma for the Indian team and Indian fans though. Ranveer Singh was spotted comforting a heartbroken Pakistani fan after the match.


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The Padmaavat actor is seen hugging the Pakistani fan who has been dispirited by Pakistan’s loss against India.

Ranveer Singh comforted the fan saying:

“There’s always next time! Don’t be disheartened.”

The lucky Pakistani fan is named Aatif Nawaz. He also happens to be a London-based comedian.

The comedian posted the video on his Twitter where Ranveer can be seen saying;

“Played well. Boys are committed, dedicated, professionals and they’ll be back.”


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One of Bollywood’s most powerful brands, Ranveer Singh is known for his quirks and charisma. The actor is known to be warm towards his fans.

Recently he paid tribute to a young fan Jatin Dulera who had suddenly passed away. Ranveer shared a photo collage of the teenage fan with him on Instagram story captioned:

“RIP lil homie”.

Ranveer Singh’s tribute to teenage fan that passed away


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Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.


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