Magic Singh stuns Sachin Tendulkar, Varun Dhawan and Aamir Khan with his trick
He was in Mumbai to perform at Akash Ambani's engagement.
by Ankit Editor
Published - Jul 7, 2018 1:21 am | Updated - Jul 7, 2018 1:26 am
British-Indian magician popular by the name Magic Singh is in the country. He was invited at the engagement of Akash Ambani, the son of India’s richest man and the owner of the Mumbai Indians, IPL franchise Mukesh Ambani. Akash got engaged to Shloka Mehta at their house in Mumbai. Singh performed at the event and that’s where Bollywood actor Aamir Khan gave him an invitation to visit his own house in the city.
Magic Singh then performed at Aamir’s house in the presence of another Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan and master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. It was a card trick and Singh pulled out his pack of cards that had a prediction inside already. He assigned the three of them different tasks. Varun was to pick the number of the card from Ace to Jack. Aamir had to decide what colour it would be and then Sachin determined the suit.
He let them all make their decisions in the head and then also gave them a chance to change before revealing it. They were all shocked when he pulled out the exact same card they had collectively picked.
Singh said that he performs around the world in front of large crowds but the time in Mumbai was special. He was excited that it gave him the opportunity to do that in front of two legends in Aamir and Tendulkar tow individuals he has himself looked up to.
“I love my art and performing to crowds all over the world. The performances in Mumbai this week have been particularly special because I’ve been able to share my work with legends who I have personally looked up to such as Aamir Khan and Sachin Tendulkar – masters in their art. These icons have brought their magic to millions around the world over the years and it was a pleasure to dazzle them with some of my magic in return,” Magic Singh said.
Here is the video of his trick:
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