MC Sher is back! Siddhant Chaturvedi pens down rap on behalf of his popular Gully Boy character


Siddhant Chaturvedi aka MC Sher who created immense buzz with the path-breaking film, Gully Boy has penned down a rap for the audience.

The actor has become a role model to many budding rappers and has found a special bond with his memorable character MC Sher, revisiting his passion for writing. Even before the release of the film,  Siddhant wrote poems and shayaris and this tweet is a testimony to his fond love. Siddhant wrote, 

“Tu apna naam bada kar,
Kaam bada kar,
Chalte hi rahega kya?
Daud bhaag kar,
Public bhi kheeche- neeche , 
Meri na phisle pakad ..
Udne ka darr,
Naa - mere andar 
Meri Pankhon ki jadd
Hai l- Mere andar” 

- M.C SHER "


Summer vibe’n ! . . PC @bambaiya_clicks

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Siddhant played a mentor to Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy and his performance has been appreciated by critics and audiences alike. The actor has already being flooded with film offers. However, the actor has admitted to choosing his scripts with great caution.

The Gully Boy actor will be next seen lending his voice for the Hindi version of Men in Black: International, in which he will be playing Chris Hemsworth's character, Agent H.