Jackie Shroff does Zumba in CRED advertisement, Anil Kapoor reacts
After the funny and viral advertisement of cricketer Rahul Dravid as an angry man losing his patience while stuck in traffic, the Indian fintech unicorn is back with another one. This time around their ad features the veteran Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff. In a newly-arrived avatar, Shroff can be seen doing some serious Zumba moves. And Anil Kapoor couldn't control himself!
You should not miss Shroff's attire
Shroff shared the video on social media recently with a caption that read, 'Atirikt Zumba.' It roughly translates to 'a whole lot of Zumba' in English. In the ad, the Border star is clad in a stylish camouflage tracksuit along with a red hairband and sunglasses, as he dances away to a peppy beat. The campaign also features Raabta actor Jim Sarbh.
Jim Sarbh starts telling two secrets, including one on Shroff
'How did you make it through the auditions?'
Upon release, fans went gaga and flooded social media with comments like "Dada chaa gaye," "Always the rockstar," and "Too good sir." But the most hilarious reaction came from Ram's Lakhan, that is, Shroff's longtime friend Anil Kapoor. Responding to the video, the Welcome actor asked, "How did you make it through the auditions?" Notably, this is CRED's second of the six-ad IPL campaign.
Shroff's Zumba playlist includes songs of JLo and Beyoncé
Shroff's ad also contains a hilarious Easter egg - his secret Zumba dance playlist. It contains songs like Rang Rangeeli Raat from his film Gardish and some other dance hits including Booty by Jennifer Lopez, Run the World by Beyonce and I Shake I Move by LMFAO. The playlist can be accessed through the link in the description box of the YouTube video.
Cool cucumber Dravid lost his cool for the first ad
The first CRED ad featuring Dravid was released last week wherein the former cricketer, who is known for keeping calm, is seen losing his cool and picking fights during a traffic jam. Social media erupted with fun comments soon. Even current Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli loved seeing Dravid's aggression. "Never seen this side of Rahul bhai," he tweeted about the ad.