Riteish and Genelia Deshmukh are one of the most loved couples in Bollywood. They are often seen sharing loved-up photos and funny videos with each other on social media.
Keeping up with the same, Riteish shared a dance video with Genelia where they are seen grooving to ‘Dil Mein Baji Guitar‘ song and fans just cannot have enough of the gorgeous couple.
Watch the video here:

The caption of the post read: “Have to dance when it’s #dilmeinbajiguitar – this Marathi version from #srideviprasanna produced by @kumartaurani @girishkumartaurani & @tips is equally rocking.Best wishes to the entire cast @saietamhankar @sidchandekar”

As soon as the actor shared the video, likes and comments poured in from all sides. Farah Khan took to the comment section to express her views on the funny video. She wrote, “U both clearly don’t need any company (laughing emoji)”. One fan penned, “Best couple in world.”

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On January 3rd, Riteish posted pictures to commemorate the 21st anniversary of “Tujhe Meri Kasam,” the film where he and Genelia first met and fell in love. The initial photo shows Riteish and Genelia standing together on a beach, with Genelia in a white lehenga attempting to manage her dupatta. The caption reads, “21 years of Tujhe Meri Kasam (2003)…. @geneliad #bts.”
Several celebrities took to the comment section to react. Bhumi Pednekar wrote: “Both of you, still look the same @geneliad @riteishd,” (a red heart emoji). Ayushmann Khurrana dropped a heart emoji in the comment section.

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