Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh is known for his sheer brilliance when it comes to his acting skills. He has come to be loved by the film fraternity and is known to be one of the most charming personalities in B-Town. He tied the knot with the love of his life, Deepika Padukone, last year and is currently gearing up for his upcoming film, ’83, in which he will star alongside his wife. Some of his most notable works include Padmaavat, Ram Leela, Gully Boy and Bajirao Mastani. As confident as he looks on screen, Ranveer Singh had some revelations to make as of late, pertaining to one of his first few auditions.
He revealed that he was supposed to enact a scene in which a teetotaler drinks copious amounts of alcohol and then dances like there’s no tomorrow. According to the report published in an Indian daily, he said, "After Band Baaja Baaraat, a prominent filmmaker was auditioning me for a significant part in his project. The scene was that a character who is a teetotaller, happens to drink one night, and starts dancing. I performed and danced my heart out. Such was the intensity that I puked at the end. The filmmaker thought it was sheer brilliance. He said, ‘Kitni detail mein socha hai iss ladke ne.'"
This is just one of the many reasons that Ranveer Singh has come a long way since his debut in 2010. His films Padmaavat and Gully Boy both struck gold at the box office and he has always been lauded for his performances. Fans are also always in awe of his stellar performances and can hardly wait to hear about the next film he will sign. While Ranveer Singh is riding high on his success as of late, it hasn’t been a fast nor easy ride.
On this note he said, "Those years have given me some of the fondest memories of my life. Things are flying at the moment, but I will always remember the time when there was none of it; when I used to be staring at the bottom of the barrel not knowing whether that phone is ever going to ring, or if I will ever get a break."
He went on to add that “Through the harsh lessons, disappointments, humiliation, rejection, one has to find something within him that keeps him going. For me, they were two things. One, I was passionate about acting, and wasn’t pursuing it for money or fame. Two, self-belief; I had to keep telling myself, You’re good, you have to believe so because if you’re good and persistent, something will happen.’ Today, I value every opportunity."
Ranveer Singh is currently working on channeling veteran cricketer Kapil Dev. The film narrates the story of India's historic World Cup win against West Indies.