Ranveer Singh, who is known to get into the skin of his film characters, has reportedly gone a step ahead for his upcoming film "Bajirao Mastani".
Singh, in an effort to put his best foot forward in the film, will move out of his family home and lead an isolated life as demanded by the film.
"(I'm) trying to move out of my place... just for my next," the actor told Hindustan Times.
The "Kill Dil" actor further elaborates that Sanjay Leela Bhansali's mega project requires him to stay away from his phone, Internet and house, so as to understand his role better.
"The film requires me to cut off from television, (have) no phone, no Internet and I honestly need to get into a certain zone. At home, there's my mother, sister and father. I need to just cut off and get into this (completely). I can't even tell you the demands of this character. It's scary", Singh added.
With this effort, Singh will join the likes of other actors from the industry who have moved out their comfort zone for their films. Back in 2010, Aamir Khan had lived in a chawl for his wife Kiran Rao's directorial debut "Dhobi Ghat".
Again, Vivek Oberoi during his debut film "Company" (2002), where he played the role of a gangster, lived in Mumbai slums for over a week.
Bhansali's magnum opus "Bajirao Mastani" also features Singh's alleged girlfriend Deepika Padukone in the lead. The film also has Priyanka Chopra in a supporting role.
"Bajirao Mastani" is a period drama and is based on the love story of warrior Peshwar Baji Rao, who ruled from 1720 until his death and his second wife, Mastani.
The love story also revolves around Rao's troubled first wife Kashibai, played by Chopra.