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    Two senior women were surprised to see Tony Leung “casually” walking around Singapore tourist attraction Gardens by the Bay.

    On Saturday, TikTok user Jaden Lim ( posted a short clip that shows pictures he took while walking around Gardens by the Bay with his grandmother and her friend.

    The video’s first image shows the two women smiling at the camera with Leung, 60, between them. The veteran Hong Kong actor can be seen wearing a white T-shirt, a black jacket and jeans. Leisurely walk in Gardens by the Bay and bumped into Tony Leung 梁朝伟 😍 #gardensbythebay #梁朝伟 #tonyleung #grandmother #mbs #marinabaysands ♬ Love You So – The King Khan & BBQ Show

    Lim mentioned on Instagram that the pictures were taken on Feb. 10. His video on TikTok has already garnered over 80,000 views.

    Several TikTok users expressed their shock and amazement in the comment section. 

    “U have a very sharp eye! lucky you and your family to hv bump into him,” one user said.

    “The 2 elderly ladies must be very very happy,” another user commented.

    One user wrote, “Wait what he’s just walking around like that?”, to which Lim replied, “Very casual.”

    Leung was likely in Singapore earlier this month to promote his movie “Where the Wind Blows.”

    The film, which premiered in Singapore on Thursday, is a crime thriller that was selected as the Hong Kong entry for Best International Feature Film at this year’s Academy Awards.


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