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There comes a time in an individual’s life when everything is perfect and nothing can go wrong. It is being said that you are in the zone and nothing can distract you. Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh is going through a purple patch both in his personal as well as professional life. The 33-year-old actor’s last theatrical release ‘Simmba’ has done stupendous and mind-boggling business at the box office.


The last year has been very special for Ranveer. After mesmerising everyone with his performance in ‘Padmaavat’ the actor in November 2018 entered the matrimonial bond as he married actress Deepika Padukone. This particular day (November 20) Ranveer Singh married his soul mate Deepika Padukone and the ‘Gunday’ actor will never forget this moment for the rest of his life.


It is hard to believe this is the same Ranveer, who had made his debut in Maneesh Sharma’s ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ in 2010 and within a decade had become such a big entity. Ranveer Singh’s main strength and asset is that he is not pretentious and diplomatic. He likes to live his life to the fullest and is a flawed person.

Ranveer is always charged up, full of energy and what you see on screen is what he is off the screen. The great thing about this star is that he learns from his mistakes and is not stubborn or rigid and is willing to improve. There is a method to Ranveer’s madness and he is a very shrewd individual.

Ranveer after his debut film’s success also faced failures with films like ‘Ladies vs Ricky Bahl’, ‘Kill Dil’, ‘Gunday’, ‘Befikre’ but he didn’t change as a person one bit. Ranveer might come across as goofy, prankster and someone who just likes to have a good time, but when it comes to getting the job done, he gets his game face on.

In this Instagram image, Ranveer Singh can be seen sharing a moment with Rohit Shetty. Ranveer immensely respects and looks up to Rohit.


The work ethic, dedication, honesty of Ranveer can be seen on the screen and he is an actor, who can go to any extent to fulfil the demand for that role. The heartthrob’s performances in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Bajirao Mastani’, ‘Padmaavat’ proved that he has both style and substance.

The massy hero Ranveer went through inner turmoil and fought his mental demons to portray the demonic and barbaric character of Alauddin Khilji. Another myth was that he only delivers hits with Bhansali was completely busted with Rohit Shetty’s ‘Simmba’. The dynamic actor now has Kabir Khan’s ‘83’, where he is playing the legendary former Indian captain Kapil Dev and Karan Johar’s historical drama ‘Takht’.

‘Gully Boy’s trailer can tell you how much Ranveer has grown as an actor and his best years are still ahead of him. The range of emotions, conflict, agony in the trailer of ‘Gully Boy’ sums up Ranveer Singh as an actor and person. Bollywood currently has Tiger Shroff, Varun Dhawan, Ayushmann Khurrana, Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, and so many talented actors. The competition is so intense and cutthroat and you are as good as your last film’s release. But, the great thing about Ranveer Singh is that he relishes pressure and enjoys challenges and doesn’t succumb under it.

Ranveer Singh has on record said that he sometimes has to pinch himself and is very lucky that audience is showering him with praise and love. The ‘Lootera’ actor is someone a common man can relate to and is one superstar, who is always there for his fans. Ranveer can do some dumb things once in a while, but he has no malice and is a total sport and a gentleman.

2018 was a year, where Ranveer gave two of the biggest blockbusters in ‘Padmaavat’ and ‘Simmba’ and proved that he is in for the long haul. It is very difficult to convert potential and talent into performance and Ranveer has proved that if you are willing to take risks, try unorthodox roles, challenging the status quo then nothing is impossible.

We wish Ranveer Singh all the best for 2019 and the era of Mr Singh has well and truly begun.

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