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5 Details About Siddhant Chaturvedi That Prove He’s A Tough Guy With A Sensitive Side

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What is love if not fluttering of the hearts and racing of beats? Except, my heart is a bit of a flake and will projectile launch itself at anyone remote cute. This time, it has jumped ship from Vicky Kaushal to Siddhant Chaturvedi since Gully Boy came out. Swiftly glowing under the title of nation’s newest heartthrob, our MC Sher has been basking in the glory of two things – Gully Boy’s success and winning a million women’s hearts.

And while we completely agree that Bhai jaisa koi hardich hi nahi hai, these 5 facts about Siddhant Chaturvedi would make you fall more in love with him than you already are!

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Eyes tied to you, Laces can wait…

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He moved to Mumbai when he was 5 years old and was actually pursuing a course in CA before he got his first lucky break in the industry. He is still looking forward to appearing for his CA Final despite his big break in Bollywood. Seems like our guy here is brawn and brains. Sigh. Is he for real?

His first break was after he won a National Talent hunt organised by Bombay Times. He started auditioning until he was finally cast in a web series directed by Luv Ranjan called Life Sahi Hai. Clearly, passion and hard work go a long way and Siddhant is living proof of getting here, riding on your own hard work!

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Mast baharon ka main Aashiq! . . .📷@bambaiya_clicks

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The guy with the chocolate boy looks is also quite a master of a few trades including being trained in Parkour, martial arts, western and classical dance. Guess we finally know the secret behind those flexed arms and chiseled physique. And explains why Zoya Akhtar asked him to audition for her movie after she saw him dancing at a success party.

Before he was shot to Gully Boy fame, Siddhant played the role of a quaint and extremely simple cricketer from a village in the series Inside Edge. To see a 360-degree role reversal from the recluse kind to a lion on 70 mm in Gully Boy, his growth has been a revelation to all his fans. Way to go for versatility!

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Likhe jo khatt tujhe…

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Known to often like to read and write poetry, he has written 6 of his very own rap songs, admitting that to get that originality in his acting, he had to feel it and that would come best with composing as opposed to memorising the rap. Some dedication.

If only he were single, we would be all over that. But who are we kidding? We are drooling here!


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