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Ranveer Singh has successfully carved a niche for himself in Bollywood and looks like there were plans of him venturing into South Cinema as well. The actor was supposed to collaborate with HanuMan director Prasanth Varma for Rakshas. The actor-director had shot the film and were about to announce it. However, later reports were rife that they had a fallout. Now, director Prasanth Varma has finally reacted to the rumoured rift with Ranveer Singh over Rakshas.

Prasanth Varma of rift with Ranveer Singh

“Yes, Ranveer Singh has his own style. He came to the office with a whole caravan. But, the way of working in the South is different. Everyone works together like a team here, and no one tries to make the other person feel small. No one ever tries to impose any kind of authority on anyone,” Prashanth told Amar Ujala. Speaking about the rumours of creative differences and prolonged shoot times, Prasanth clarified, “The talk of me taking three-four days to shoot for half an hour is unfounded. We completed his look test efficiently. I’m not sure where these rumours originated, and I prefer not to dwell on them.”

As per reports by Pinkvilla earlier, Ranveer wanted to prioritize parenthood and so backed out of the film. The source mentioned to the portal, “He is prioritizing family over his hectic film schedule. While he is hearing a lot of scripts, his focus is to invest more time in the family. He is secure with his lineup while continuing to read more to have exciting projects under his kitty. The two confirmed films at the moment include Don 3 and Shaktimaan. There’s Aditya Dhar’s next also in the writing stage”.

Meanwhile, on the professional front, Ranveer is shooting for his highly-anticipated movie Don 3. He also has a movie with Robot director Shankar and Rohit Shetty’s Singham Again.

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