The popular Bollywood star posed to capture different angles
Ranveer Singh took to Instagram and sported a bold all-black outfit that had post-apocalyptic vibes.
The Bollywood star is known for his eye-catching fashion choices and this one is no exception.
In a series of photos, Ranveer was dressed in all black, coupled with a face covering.
The actor donned a neck warmer with subtle stripes that was attached to his beanie, thus making it look like a balaclava.
He paired the headwear with round sunglasses that were similarly styled to the headwear and looked more like goggles.
The post-apocalyptic-inspired outfit was on full show as Ranveer wore a cotton black vest, flaunting his biceps.
He styled the unique look with a pair of slim-fit stonewashed denim jeans that had a ruffled look.
Ranveer completed it with a pair of grey suede mid-top shoes.
The popular Bollywood star posed to capture different angles of his standout outfit.
On Instagram, the post garnered more than one million likes and the comments were filled with complimentary messages.
Jacqueline Fernandez seemed to love the look, posting three heart-eye emojis.
Sophie Choudry commented with a number of fire emojis.
Actor Dhairya Karwa said: “Thor meets Ant-man.”
Many of Ranveer’s fans also commented with their love for his statement fashion choice.
Ranveer Singh has been open about his fashion choices, admitting that he has loved making fashion statements since his school days.
However, during his early Bollywood career, he wore outfits that were not reflective of his identity, stating that was him “trying to conform”.
But after suffering a back injury during Lootera, Ranveer decided to go back to the fashion choices he was known for.
He said: “When I had a life-altering back injury during Lootera, it gave me a lot of perspective.
“I just decided from that point on, that I will be more authentic in my choices and be true to myself.”
“So, I went back to being what I had been all my life, an atrangi.
“My friends called me ‘atrangi’ in school as I was always finding unique, distinctive ways of expressing myself through my appearance.
“I had piercings as early as in my third grade.
“I used to buzz my hair into a Mohawk every summer, wear baggy jeans even before baggy jeans were a thing.
“While growing up, I was impacted a lot by alternative culture.
“I experimented with every style one can think of: be it punk, goth, grunge, hip-hop, or bohemian.”