Ranveer may have a chocablock schedule but the actor takes respite in small joys — like a free Sunday. “On Sunday, I sleep for 14 hours. I am working in the nights for Gully Boy. The shooting is going on dhada-dhad,” says Ranveer Singh. The actor will later begin working with Rohit Shetty in Simmba. He adds, “After I wrap Gully Boy in April, I will be working with Rohit sir for the first time in a feature film.” The director and the actor had previously come together to shoot an ad for a brand of noodles.
The actor, who recently played the intense brooding king in Padmaavat, is looking forward to experiment with the masala genre. “It’s a big one for me — I think a lot of people are excited more than me about this collaboration. I love the kind of masala film he makes and I genuinely believe that I was born to do such films,” he explains.
Basking in the glory of his past hit Padmaavat, fame has been following him, but he doesn’t take it seriously. “Fame is a wonderful thing although it was never the one thing I was attracted to. I am in love with this craft. I just want to be the best actor that I could possibly be. Money and fame will come with it and that’s wonderful,” he exults.