Priyanka Chopra always tells me 'Tu wo ladka hai jisko yakeen hi nahin ho raha hai ki wo star bann gaya': Ranveer Singh


Ranveer Singh, despite no filmi connections, has emerged to be one of the greatest finds of Bollywood of all times. The actor, within less than 10 years of his career has established himself as a phenomenal actor and a favourite amongst the audience with his choice of films. Ranveer isn't just known to be a great actor but a humble and down-to-earth person by those who've met him personally. Call him weird, funny, quirky or even hopelessly romantic in his wife Deepika Padukone's love, Ranveer proves that he is no different than us. During an interview with a magazine, Ranveer spoke about the feeling of becoming an actor and said he still considers himself a kid who cannot believe that has become a star. He also told how Priyanka Chopra pulls his leg for his newfound stardom.

"I am a special case because I never became a huge star in my head. I'm still the kid with stars in his eyes who is in disbelief that he even became a star. Priyanka always tells me, 'Tu wo ladka hai jisko yakeen hi nahin ho raha hai ki wo star bann gaya. Jo aaj bhi bolta hai 'mummy, main star bann gaya, dekho ye log meri photo lena chahte hain (laughs),'" Ranveer told during the interview.

Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh

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Talking about his hectic schedule, Ranveer said, "Of late, my workload has increased, and I am short on time; this is also changing my demeanour." Workwise, Ranveer is currently busy shooting for Kabir Khan directorial '83. After this, he is said to start with Karan Johar's Takht. Speaking of Takht, Ranveer 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."

(Source: Femina)