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Ranveer Singh reveals Manifesting YRF
Ranveer Singh, who doesn’t need any introduction, is one of the most popular actors in Bollywood. He has made a special place through his performances in films like 83, and Gully Boy and has come a long way in his career. His recently released Cirkus trailer has left fans excited. Well, he has always been very open about his struggles in life and during an interview with the magazine Esquire Singapore, he revealed how his sister photoshopped his face on YRF posters.
Talking about his struggling days, Ranveer Singh recalled an incident and said, “My sister had photoshopped my face onto two posters of Yash Raj Films and she had even photoshopped my face on to a person holding a Filmfare award. This is years before I even got the call to work with Yash Raj. So, I did manifest it. I hustled hard and created my own luck.”
The actor also revealed why he was able to connect with Deepika Padukone, and how both of them had to work their way up in the entertainment business. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are one of the most prominent and loved couples in Bollywood. Both actors are at the pinnacle of their careers and have amassed massive fan bases. After dating for a few years, the couple married in November 2018 and have been major relationship goals ever since.
Speaking about it the actor shared "She’s that classic story of packing a suitcase and coming to the big, bad city. We’ve both connected over the rejections, the humiliations, the struggle, the reliance on one’s supportive family, etc." He added, "She’s also had to work her way up in the entertainment business."
The actor further shared about the people around him who keep him grounded. He stated that he has a close-knit community of family and friends. He further stated that Deepika is equally grounded and that her family stays out of the spotlight. "They’re like, as you said, a very simple middle-class to upper middle-class family, and they’re centred and grounded people."