Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy has been commended for the exhibitions of its lead cast - Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt. It has likewise been adulated for the exhibitions set up by the supporting give such a role as Siddhant Chaturvedi, Vijay Raaz, Kalki Koechlin and Amruta Prakash. Be that as it may, it's Siddhant who has earned uncommon applause from none other than Amitabh Bachchan. 

The performer, who plays rapper MC Sher in the film, got an exceptional letter from the senior Bachchan alongside a bundle of roses. Amitabh wrote in the letter in Hindi saying that for a performing artist, the most troublesome activity is to stay basic before the camera and that Siddhant was only that. 

The youthful performer shared his image holding the note while saying thanks to the on-screen character for his motion. Siddhant wrote in Hindi that he had never envisioned accepting such a blessing and gift from the performer. He included that he can't express his bliss in words and it's a blessed and a glad minute for him. He finished saying that he wishes to look for his endowments in close to home by contacting his feet sometime in the not so distant future. 

As Siddhant's glad picture said everything, co-star Ranveer remarked on his post, "Arre baap re baap re baap." Several other Bollywood superstars additionally lauded Siddhant by saying that he genuinely merits it. Arjun Kapoor wrote in the remarks area, "hard" while Shweta Bachchan posted a smiley on his post. 

While Ranveer plays a hopeful rapper Murad, Siddhant plays his companion and guide MC Sher in the film. In a meeting to HT, Siddhant had uncovered that it was Deepika Padukone who had given him the best compliment. He had said how she had responded to him saying, "Gracious! He is only a kid. He is so charming".

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