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“I Was Hungry, Foolish, Groping In Dark, Attempting For A Break,” Ranveer Singh On His Struggle

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“I Was Hungry, Foolish, Groping In Dark, Attempting For A Break,” Ranveer Singh On His Struggle

Ranveer Singh is undoubtedly one of the most loved and most energetic actors of Bollywood and his fans will be pleased to know that he recently completed 10 years in the industry. The “Padmaavat” star opened up on his struggles while giving an interview to a leading daily.

Ranveer told that he struggled a lot because when he was trying his luck in Bollywood, not much movies were being made as there was recession in market. He added that the opportunities were very less at that time as there were no digital platforms. For almost 3.5 years, he was visiting offices with his portfolio in hope of getting one break and getting a chance to play the lead seemed quite impossible at that time but he still tried for it.

Ranveer went on to tell that the blessings and love of his parents kept him motivated, he was 21 when he started looking for work and at the age of 24, he got lucky. He told that he did some small budget movies with which Anurag and Nikkhil Advani were associated and today not just he but they both are also surprised with the amount of success that the “Lootera” star has achieved.

Ranveer Singh further told that though he worked as assistant director, he used to do small jobs and he never got the chance to being close to the actors so when he started acting, he had no clue of how to perform in a professional manner. As per him, he has learnt something from every director whom he has worked with and every day can be termed as a new learning experience for him.

He also states that there is a lot of difference in his first performance that he gave in “Band Baaja Baaraat” (2010) and in his recent performance in “Jayeshbhai Jordar”. According to him, he felt that in JBJ, he saw a professional and a mature performer while in his first movie, he had no idea of the process and was completely raw.

Ranveer Singh goes on to say that not even in his wildest imagination he had thought that he will achieve so much of success and it feels absolutely unreal to him.

Ranveer Singh’s “83” was all set to hit the theatres but it got postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. In this movie, he has played the character of former Indian cricketer Kapil Dev and it is based on India’s win of 1983 Cricket World Cup. Ranveer will also be seen doing a cameo in Akshay Kumar starrer “Sooryavanshi” which is directed by Rohit Shetty.

We wish Ranveer Singh all the best for his future endeavors!

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