From being Bitto Sharma for Band Baaja Baarat to Murad for Gully Boy, Ranveer Singh has come a long way. The live wire of Bollywood, as he is fondly called, has shown immense growth over the years. And his career graph is a testimony to the fact. Ranveer simply believed in working hard and giving his best at work and today whatever the actor has achieved is because of his sheer dedication towards his craft. The actor comes across as a very jovial person and he is the light of every part but when it comes to working, Ranveer Singh has his priorities straight. The actor does everything under the sun, gets into the skin of his character, to do justice to the role he plays in any film. Be it Ram Leela, Padmaavat, Bajirao Mastani or his recent craft Gully Boy, RS has delivered his best and given brilliant performances on the 70mm screen.
And while he has tasted success and attained stardom, there was a time in Ranveer’s life when he was struggling like anyone of us. Baring his heart about his struggling days, the Lootera star told Femina, “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. Through the harsh lessons, disappointments, humiliation, rejection, one has to find something within him that keeps him going.”
Ranveer wasn’t disheartened by all the negativity that surrounded instead he kept going with a positive approach towards. The actor followed two basic rules which were- “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,” shared Mr Singh.
Stardom came as a by-product for RS as he always dreamed to be a performer. Having said that, the actor still feels he is the little kid in his eyes who is in disbelief that he even became a star. And well, we are totally inspired by Ranveer’s story. A person must always have self-belief and keep working hard to achieve his/her dreams.
On the work front, Ranveer is currently shooting for Kabir Khan’s ’83. The actor plays Kapil Dev in the film based Indian Cricket team’s 1983 world cup win.