Jeon Jungkook, the golden maknae of BTS, headlined the coveted FIFA World Cup 2022 opening ceremony, sending fans into a frenzy. When Jungkook sang Dreamers, ARMYs all across the world were filled with pride. Jungkook, one of the biggest K-pop stars has more than 48 million Instagram followers. But what if he was to star in a Bollywood film?

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One will undoubtedly be in awe of this video starring Jungkook as the lead in Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra if they are a fan of BTS and appreciate watching the septet perform Bollywood songs in fan-made clips.

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The video of Jungkook performing the song Kesariya, which was originally performed by Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, was posted on Instagram by user Kishan Jhun Jhun Wala. The song Dreamers by Jungkook, which was released especially for the World Cup, is the source of the video. Jungkook appears quite believably to be dancing to the Bollywood song in the video if one pays close attention to the blast of kesariya gulaal.

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With more than 146k views and a tonne of reactions, the video has gone viral. Everyone kept mentioning how perfect the synchronicity was. Many fans expressed their desire to see Jungkook as a Bollywood hero in their comments.

The World Cup anthem features Qatari singer Fahad Al Kubaisi. Al Kubaisi joined Jungkook in the middle of the opening ceremony performance as Jungkook was dressed entirely in black and flanked by background dancers.

Dreamers, which debuted on Spotify’s Global Chart with 4.8 million streams, has gotten positive reviews from fans all over the world. Since Ricky Martin sang The Cup of Life in 1998, Jungkook has become the first K-pop soloist with this performance, as well as the first soloist overall.

Stay Alive, a song that Jungkook and SUGA wrote together for the group’s webcomic 7 Fates: CHAKHO, was eclipsed by Dreamers, which launched with 4.2 million streams on the abovementioned ranking.