Ranveer Singh has seen success galore in 2018 and actor is in no mood to stop.
Talking to DNA in an interview, he was asked about changing it up with ‘Padmaavat’ and ‘Simmba’ in 2018. He replied, “I’m always hungry for good cinema and diverse content. I have realised over time that I like to go through a metamorphosis and become someone else on screen. I can’t play safe and I won’t play safe. It just doesn’t excite me as an artiste, so my content choices seem diverse. I can play a bloodthirsty villain, a cop, to channelising the voice of the streets in Gully Boy. I want to challenge myself, take bigger risks and entertain people who want to pay money to come to theatres to watch a good performance.”
On how fulfilling it was to be appreciated in his first film in the ‘”masala” genre, he also said, “With Simmba again, I was doing something absolutely new, thereby adding a different dimension to my repertoire. I had never done this kind of an out-and-out potboiler — a kind of movie I had always wanted to do and I gave it my all. I wanted to give it my touch, my understanding of the commercial masala movie hero and I’m happy everyone has loved that. I’m extremely grateful to the audience and the critics for the love they have showered on my performance and on the film. It is encouraging and truly humbling.”
Singh will be seen next on screen in Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Gully Boy’.
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