Don't act like Anil Kapoor, do your thing, says Aditya Chopra to Ranveer Singh

| Saturday, July 23, 2016 - 11:51
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Ranveer Singh, Aditya Chopra, Befikre, Anil Kapoor, Bollywood news

Actually he's the biggest mastikhor of all, when I see him I get into masti mood or looking at me

Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh says that during the shoot of one of the sequences of his film "Befikre", the director Aditya Chopra observed that he was acting like Anil Kapoor and told him to act like himself.
"'Befikre' shoot was going on in Paris and Adi (Chopra) sir cut a shot, came from behind the monitor and said 'Yaar, you have started acting like Anil Kapoor. After 'Dil Dhadakne Do' there has been a deep impact of his on you. So now in the next take, you give Ranveer's shot, and not Anil's'," Ranveer said at the screening of Anil's television show "24".
Ranveer even imitated Anil's expressions and mannerisms at the event and posed in the "24" look with Anil.
"Actually he's the biggest mastikhor of all, when I see him I get into masti mood or looking at me, he comes into masti mood; it's just always a riot. How can I explain what happens after I see him? I really am in love , so infatuated by him," he added.
The duo are related as Anil's wife Sunita is Ranveer's aunt. Anil had previously said that he would want to see his daughter Sonam being paired opposite Ranveer and had even approved him as the choice for the role of his Lakhan in the remake of the film "Ram Lakhan", a film not being made now.
Ranveer added, "He is one of the reasons why I ever wanted to become an actor. He is a legend, an icon, he is one of the most talented, most handsome men to grace our silver screen and now he is going to be in everyone's homes ('24'). I am really thrilled for him and very happy for him.

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