Hey folks, get ready to greet another superhero after Krishh 3! We are sure you must be asking who the “Besharam” is. You are right my friends it’s our favorite Bollywood’s most eligible bachelor- Ranbir Kapoor. After Hrithik, it’s Ranbir who plans to snatch away the “super hero rein” from under the nose of the Krishh series superhero.
Ranbir has decided that it’s not enough to be “Besharam” and has made up his mind to prove that “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani”. He is going to gang up with the director and close friend Ayaan Mukherjee again to play a superhero this time on the celluloid. The untitled film will be roping in Ranbir as a superhero. In the past superpowers have been essayed by only two people SRK and Hritik Roshan .
The suave doe eyed Kapoor stated exuberantly that “It is not like ‘Krrish 3’, it is something very different, it is going to be a fantasy film. It is going to be a trilogy which Ayan has just started writing. We share a great personal and professional relation.Till now we are in developing stage, he is going abroad for a post production course. Hopefully, we will try and make something path-breaking.”
Ayaan and Ranbir magic has always done wonders at the box office, this was proved by them in two movies “YJHD” and “Wake up Sid”. Ayaan and Ranbir had managed to play hookie in plenty of moolah in the past because of their lucrative partnership.
At the moment Ranbir is up to his arms in work as he is shooting day and night in Sri Lanka for Bombay Velvet. After this he has decided to carry the commitment baton for Imitiaz Ali’s next venture and Ayaan’s superhero delight. The Kapoor ladla talks about his versatility as an actor and says that he has always managed to chip in for different variety of roles and the most recent is the road side romeo, vulgarly tapori version in “Besharam”.
At the moment the guy craves for an action packed film to show that he possesses the “He-man” mantle as well. Talking about the latest fad in Bollywood, Ranbir gave his statement saying “Since six years I have been trying to make my body but it is not happening. I can’t do a fully fledged action film till I don’t have the body. But I do feel action comes from intensity in your eyes and the way you work for it.”