Ranveer Singh, who recently appeared in noted lyricist Niranjan Iyengar's talk show "Look Who's Talking", opened up about himself and his initial career struggles.
Singh spoke about his early struggling career and how his not-so financially sound parents supported him in all ways.
The "Gunday" star further mentioned about the rejections during auditions that he had to face not on the basis of his ability but because of his looks. However, Singh believes that he is fairly good looking.
On being asked about his signature style at parties and how he gets along with everyone from aunties to teens, Singh stressed that he likes to mingle with aunties and that aunties too like him.
"Look Who's Talking" that airs in Zee Café, also saw the actor opening himself about his love for large crowds and mobs.
Speaking about his hilarious yet gutsy move for Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang" dare where the actor was seen dancing on the busy street wearing "Krrish" costume, Singh said that when Roshan asked him to perform the dare, he thought that clicking a picture on the road would be boring, instead he should dance on a busy road amidst huge crowd.
Singh feels that Roshan through his films has inspired him a lot and that it is his turn to take up the dare for his film "Bang Bang".
Further, the "Ram-Leela" actor expressed his views on being linked to B-town actresses, especially Deepika Padukone. He stated that such gossips don't bother him now and that he is not quite open to talk about his romantic life or family, who according to him are meant to be protected.
Meanwhile, the actor has started shooting for his period drama "Bajirao Mastani" along with Padukone and Priyanka Chopra. Singh will also be seen in Zoya Akhtar's multi-starrer film "Dil Dhadakne Do".
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