Heartbroken Ranbir shares his Natalie Portman 'get lost' moment

| Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - 18:25
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Ranbir says he was heartbroken when he was asked to 'get lost' by Natalie Portman

New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor in a recent interview to CNN News 18's Rajeev Masand opened up about his 'heartbroken' and  'get lost' moment with  actor Natalie Portman.
Sharing his fan moment experience during the interview, the 'Bombay Velvet' star said he was heartbroken when he was asked to 'get lost' by Natalie Portman. 
The 'Badtameez Dil' actor said, "I've run behind Natalie Portman at Tribeca (Film Festival). She was on the phone and she was crying. I went quickly behind her and said, 'I love your...' Before I could say 'work', she turned and said, 'Get lost!' So I've had my heart broken but I would still chase them,"
Well his crazy fan moments didn't end with Natalie. The 'Barfi' star also shared another funny memory when he was shooting for 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' in London. 
Recounting his desire to meet Tarantino, Ranbir said, "So with Quentin Tarantino recently, he was promoting 'The Hateful Eight' and we were shooting 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' in London. I was shooting in a basement and he was in the building. I heard that he was doing an interview so I went running up. I told Karan, "Listen, I have to meet him." Not that I'm going to say that I'm an actor from India. I just wanted to meet him, take a picture, an autograph."
"I saw him coming and from far I'm saying, 'Quentin, Quentin'. He walks, looks at me, goes and sits in his car. When the door opens, I'm like, 'Sir, picture picture?' and they have it on video. It was really funny and I got teased by the entire crew of 'Ae Dil', but just to see Quentin Tarantino." 

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