Ranveer Singh Talks About Pros And Cons Of Having A Stardom

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The way he entered in the Bollywood with Band Baaja Baraat, that everyone wanted to see again and again. And, now it’s been 8 years and he did numbers of film and will be seen in films like Simmba, Gully Boy and 83.

Yes, he is none other than Ranveer Singh, who is applauded for his versatile roles in films like Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani, and Padmaavat and, these films he starred alongside his girlfriend and actress Deepika Padukone.

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When Ranveer was asked a question whether he agrees about stardom coming with a price tag, to which he stated, “Yes, but my point of view is that it is a small price to pay. I feel very lucky and blessed that I’m one of those people who is getting to do what I love to do for a living and I could not ask for more.”

He added, “I’m doing good work, I’ve collaborated with the finest filmmakers in the business, I’m a part of some exciting stories that are there to be told and I’m a part of some of the largest projects. So, the work is good.”

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“Along with being a professional in showbiz, there are a few things that come with it. You have to sacrifice a few things in your life. Your personal time, your sense of privacy… But like I said, the good (counters) bad for me. So, honestly, you will never find me complaining,” added the actor.

Undoubtedly, he is on the cloud nine with the success of many films in the pipeline and when he was asked about this, he said, “Fortunately, I have a very strong support system. My family, my parents, my friends, my team — they have seen me through various phases of life. When they talk to me, they address the person, not the actor, not the star… and I’m very fortunate to have people around me who keep it real,” he said.

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 04 Aug 2018

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