Ranveer Singh has come a long way ever since he made his big Bollywood debut in 2010. With each passing year, his films have been a hit one after the other and he is still going strong. Ranveer Singh has come to be loved by the film fraternity and is known to be one of the most charming personalities in B-Town. His stellar acting skills landed him in high banking roles including Padmaavat, Ram Leela, Gully Boy and Bajirao Mastani. He is now filming for Kabir Khan’s upcoming film, ’83 in which he will essay the role of legendary cricketer Kapil Dev.
The film will narrate the story of Kapil Dev who led India to victory in the 1983 World Cup and he will star in the film alongside his wife, Deepika Padukone. Apart from '83, the actor has another big project in his kitty - Karan Johar's Takht. While not much has been said about the film, Ranveer recently opened up about it.
In a recent interview with an Indian publication, the Padmaavat actor said, "I have always wanted to collaborate with Karan Johar and he offered me a brilliant part in a killer story. It's unlike anything I have done before and I saw the potential to make something noteworthy out of it."
Ranveer also talked about '83 in the interview and said, "It’s an extraordinary story of underdogs who went on to achieve ultimate glory. It is a cinematic package; you will see endearment, humour, emotion, and drama."
Earlier, Kareena Kapoor too spoke about Takht and said of the film, "It's a special film because it's going to be a first for all of us, including Karan. Making this kind of movie or me working with Ranveer, Vicky or any of these guys, I better be on my toes, that's all I know.'' She went on to add, ''Because I think it's like as if they've been professionally scrubbed and trained to face the camera. Like every emotion, every move and they make it look real."
Ranveer Singh is gearing up for '83 in which Deepika Padukone will play his wife, Romi Bhatia. Takht will also see Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Janhvi Kapoor, Bhumi Pednekar and Anil Kapoor gracing our screens.