Ranveer Singh’s KILLER looks in Vogue photoshoot will floor you

Ranveer Singh leaves you absolutely awestruck with his sexiness in these pictures.

There are Bollywood stars posing for clicks and then there is Ranveer Singh, who can easily sweep you off your feet with his flamboyant style statement.

Recently, the power-house actor did a photoshoot with Vogue Magazine which showed his stunning attitude in a completely different light. His pictures are a soothing treat to eyes. A few days back, he took to his Instagram to share the Vogue's 11th Anniversary cover and looked absolutely amazing on it with the Portuguese supermodel, Sara Sampaio.

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Now, his photos have been released and in one of the pictures, we can see Ranveer and Sara twinning in shades of blues with floral prints all over. In another, they both can be seen donning multi-coloured attire to signify rainbow nation. Whatever the case may be, Ranveer Singh leaves you absolutely awestruck with his sexiness in these pictures.

Isn’t he a stunner?

Well, we love the way he’s carrying the more feminine shades and patterns with utmost confidence.

Over all we give a thumbs up to Ranveer’s this sexy photoshoot.

On the work front, Ranveer Singh is busy shooting Rohit Shetty’s next, Simmba starring Sara Ali Khan alongside. The movie will hit the theatres on December 28, 2018.

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