Pulwama terror attack: Ranveer Singh observes a minute's silence for martyrs at an award show! VIDEO INSIDE!
After Shraddha Kapoor & Varun Dhawan, 'Gully Boy' actor Ranveer Singh paid tribute to martyrs by observing a minute's silence.
Ranveer Singh (Photo: Web)
After receiving his award at the event, Ranveer urged the audience to observe a minute's silence for the martyred India soldiers in Kashmir. In his speech on stage, he said, "Like every other India, my thoughts and prayers are with our brave jawans who lost their lives in the line of service, our real heroes. May I request everyone present here to join me in observing a minute of silence for our martyred jawans. Please rise from your seats. Let us all please observe a minute of silence for our heroes."
Take a look at the video below:
Pulwama Terror Attack: Varun-Shraddha, Remo with cast & crew of 'Street Dancer' pay tribute to martyrs!
— Manjusha (@ManjushaRK) February 16, 2019
Ranveer Singh, who was busy in the promotions of his latest release 'Gully Boy', is saddened with the attack. Condemning the same, Ranveer took to his social media and wrote, "Disgusted at the cowardly terror attack on the
Take a look at his tweet below:
— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) February 14, 2019
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