From Bollywood to LaLiga: Suniel Shetty’s Hunter-Tootega Nahi Todega scores big with Luka Modric joining the bandwagon

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Grab the popcorn and get ready for some serious action! Suniel Shetty’s Hunter-Tootega Nahi Todega is now streaming live on Amazon miniTV for free and fans can’t get enough! And if that wasn’t enough excitement, LaLiga just joined the party by using the show’s poster and tagline in a hilarious tribute to the Indian action hero. Before their big game against Barcelona, the Spanish football league had fans laughing with a twist on Suniel Shetty’s epic thriller series.

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LaLiga just dropped the ultimate crossover of the year! Real Madrid’s midfield maestro Luka Modric has transformed into the ultimate action hero in a hilarious twist on Suniel Shetty’s Hunter poster. The Spanish football league gave fans an epic transformation on their official Instagram account with the caption ‘Tootega Nahi… Todega ft. Luka Modric’. The poster also featured the Croatian midfielder as the ultimate Hunter!

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