'Jeans galat jagah fatti hai': Ranbir Kapoor's casual airport outing turns risqué as netizens notice something peculiar

    'Jeans galat jagah fatti hai': Ranbir Kapoor's casual airport outing turns risqué as netizens notice something peculiar

    Ranbir Kapoor's casual airport outing in a tee and ripped jeans quickly turned risqué as fans noticed the peculiar position it is ripped in.  

    'Jeans galat jagah fatti hai': Ranbir Kapoor's casual airport outing turns risqué as netizens notice something peculiar

    Ranbir Kapoor ’s hiatus of four years has ended with Shamshera releasing on the big screen after four long years. While after two days of release, Shamshera is struggling to stay afloat the box office, Ranbir is already moved on his next set of work commitments. The actor was spotted at the Mumbai airport recently but the video of his outing has caught the attention of a few users on social media for a very peculiar reason.

    Ranbir was seen dressed casually in a t-shirt and a pair of washed-out denims with a signature cap to go with it. While some couldn’t get over his costly sneakers, others noticed how Ranbir jeans was ripped in a rather risqué position close to his pocket.

    The actor can be seen making his way to the airport entrance in the video while turning around only to wave at his fans shouting from a distance. Shared by a popular paparazzo, the video saw several comments from fans and while several fans swooned over his airport look, a few others couldn’t help but bring up his struggling comeback film by calling Shamshera a flop.

    The comments on the post read - 

    'Jeans kahan se fati hai dhyan diya..😂'

    'Jeans galat jagah fatti hai'

    'HIS AIRPORT LOOKS 😭❤'

    'Dem sneakers tho😍😍😍'

    'Sneaker cost approx 12 lacs'

    Ranbir who plays a double role in Shamshera went out of his comfort zone and promoted the film heavily on all fronts. The movie has in two days earned Rs. 20.75 crores at the box office and is struggling to find an audience especially after the mostly negative reactions.