Ranveer Singh: I am ready to do anything for Sanjay Leela Bhansali

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Ranveer Singh is surely one performer who leaves a lasting impression on everyone. Ever since his movie ‘Padmaavat’ has hit the big screens, the actor has been receiving praises for his performance as Sultan Alauddin Khilji from all corners. Not only from the film fraternity and critics but also the audiences have been showering their love on him. Indeed, ‘Padmaavat’ is much more special as a project for the actor as it was the third time that he and Sanjay Leela Bhansali collaborated on a project. The successful director-actor collaboration had earlier created magic on the big screen with ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’ and ‘Bajirao Mastani’.

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Recently, the actor attended an event where he said that for Sanjay Leela Bhansali he is ready to do anything. He said, “For Mr. Bhansali, I am ready to do anything. I understand all too well that our collaboration is very special and lot of people recognize that and I recognize it too, so I hope to do more films with him and I hope that I am able to create a vast legacy of memorable films with such a special filmmaker.” (Also Read: Padmaavat: As Ranveer is anxious for SRK’s review, the superstar gives his verdict)

Further, sharing his views on the grand success of the film, he said, “I am enjoying it. I don’t get too carried away with success and neither do I get bogged down by the failure. What’s important for me is that you deliver on your promise to the audience.”

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“I have pledged myself to try and be the best entertainer that I can possibly be and to see the kind of response, love, praise that people are showering on the performance, it’s extremely heartening for me and it’s filled me with more motivation to go out and work even harder and keep doing good work. Of course, ‘Padmaavat’ will always be a gem on my filmography,” added the actor.

Certainly, we as fans even can’t wait for both of them to team up again together and create magic on the big screen.

Inputs from IANS