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Ranveer Singh

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Ranveer Singh Bhavnani is an Indian actor starring in Hindi movies. Having won several awards, including four Filmfare Awards, he is one of the highest-paid actors in the United States and has been named Forbes India's Celebrity 100 since 2012.

Ranveer Singh received critical acclaim for playing Bajirao I and Alauddin Khilji, respectively, in Bhansali's historical plays Bajirao Mastani (2015) and Padmaavat (2018). In the former, he received a film criticism of the Best Actor Award at the Film Festival, and the latter was a virtual critic of the Best Actor Movie. These are one of the highest-grossing Indian films with the action film Simba (2018) in which he played the title character. He won another Best Actor Award for acting as an aspiring rapper in Zoya Akhtar's musical drama Gully Boy (2019).

In 2020, Ranveer Singh founded his own production company, Maa Kasam Films. He will next play the role of Simba again in Shetty's action film Sooryavanshi. He played cricketer Kapil Dev in 83, a sports film based on the Cricket World Cup in 1983, and Kareena Kapoor, Bhatt, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi Kapoor, and Vicky Kaushal. He also promised to once again team up with Yash Raj Films for comedy Jayeshbhai Jordaar.

In January 2010, Ranveer Singh was asked to audition for Shanoo Sharma, head of the casting division at Yash Raj Films. They told me that they starred in the romantic comedy film band Baaja Baaraat set in the world of wedding planning. The company's vice president Aditya Chopra later saw an audition tape in the video, was impressed with Ranveer Singh's acting, and decided it was suitable for the role of the film's protagonist, Bittoo Sharma. However, writer and director Maneesh Sharma needed a little more persuasion and had to audition a few more times over the next two weeks until the three were fully convinced of their abilities. After two weeks of testing, Singh was confirmed for Bittoo's role and Anushka Sharma took on the female lead.

Ranveer Singh was next starred on the other side of Di Pica Padukone in San J. Leela Van Sali's adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. He played the Gujarat boy Ram, based on Romeo's character. Bhansali was impressed with Ranveer Singh's performance in the band Baaja Baaraat and decided to cast him in the film. Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela received positive reviews from critics, just like Ranveer Singh's performance. Rohit Khilnani said for India today, “Ranveer Singh is all here for him. The scene of his Bollywood hero stance lying on a bike in the song'Tattad Tattad' is great. He spoke a new language to improve his performance on the character It's been learned with Ram. In his fourth film, he has a star presence.” This film, with sales of $2.22 billion (US$28 million) worldwide, is Ranveer Singh's biggest commercial I have had success. For his performance, he has won several recognitions, including a nomination for Best Actor in Filmfare.

Later that same year, Ranveer Singh played the role of a corrupt policeman in Rohit Shetty's action comedy Simmba, based on the Telugu language film Temper (2015), co-starring Sara Ali Khan and Sonu Sood. Karan Johar co-produced the film with Shetty. Mint's Uday Bhatia trusted Ranveer Singh for playing the character's "Cardboard Making" with "the fundamental sweetness that makes it more attractive than Devgn's Singham's humorous masculinity," despite hating the movie. With revenues of $4 billion (US$56 million) worldwide, Simba emerged as Ranveer Singh's second highest-grossing Indian film in 2018.

Ranveer Singh started dating his co-star Deepika Padukone in August 2012 at Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela. In October 2018, the couple announced their impending marriage. The following month, they got married in a traditional Konkani Hindu and Sikh Anand Karaj (Shin's biological grandfather is a Sikh) ceremony at Lake Como, Italy.

Ranveer Singh next reteamed with Zoya Akhtar in the musical Gully Boy (2019) inspired by the lives of street rappers Divine and Naezy. Ranveer Singh had little in common with the character of a poor man who wanted to become a rapper, and in preparation he took acting workshops and spent time with Divine and Naezy. He performed his own rap song and was delighted that the film aroused interest in the underground music scene in India. The film premiered at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. Deborah Young of Hollywood Reporter praised him for showing "a pleasing range of emotions that extends to drama and hip-hop" and writing for the Film Companion. Baradwaj Rangan praised his ghetto accent and found out that his understated acting was "a great showreel for him." Scope”. Gully Boy won a record 13 Filmfare Awards and Ranveer Singh won another Best Actor Award.

In addition to his acting career, Ranveer Singh supports several brands, including Adidas, Head & Shoulders, Ching's, Jack & Jones, Thums Up and MakeMyTrip. Duff & Phelps estimates their brand value at $63 million in 2018, making it the fourth highest number among Indian celebrities. In 2019, Ranveer Singh started his own record label IncInk to promote local musicians.

Ranveer Singh, who hasn't been on the screen for a year, played the ruthless Muslim king Alauddin Khilji in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period play Padmaavat (2018), co-starring Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor. Right-wing Hindu groups speculated that the film distorted historical facts and posed a violent threat to the actors and crew. The release of the film was postponed and the exhibition was allowed after several modifications were made. HuffPost's Ankur Pathak criticized the film's misogynistic and retrogressive themes, but praised Ranveer Singh for his "great excellence" in portraying Kilsey's bisexuality. Rajeev Masand said, "When he's on the screen, he plays a role with some kind of bizarre splendor that makes it hard to see anyone or anything else." Padmaavat's production budget was $2 billion ($28 million), making it the most expensive Hindi film ever produced. With a total global turnover of over $5.7 billion ($80 million), the film was voted Ranveer Singh's highest-grossing film and is one of the largest-grossing films in India. He won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (co-starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Andhadhun) and was nominated for Best Actor at the awards ceremony.

Ranveer Singh was born on July 6, 1985 in the Sindhi family in Bombay (now Mumbai) to Anju and Jagjit Singh Bhavnani. His grandparents moved from Sindh Karachi, Pakistan to Bombay during the Indian division. He has an older sister named Ritika Bhavnani. Ranveer Singh is the paternal-grandson of Chand Burke, the maternal third cousin of Sonam Kapoor, daughter of actor Anil Kapoor and wife Sunita Kapoor (née Bhavnani). Ranveer Singh explains that he deleted his last name because he thought the name was "too long, too many syllables." Hence, they disrespect their brands as "sellable products."

Ranveer Singh has been named Forbes India's Celebrity 100 since 2012, ranking 7th in 2019. That year, the magazine estimated his annual income at $1.88 billion ($17 million) and ranked him the fifth most-received actor. This country. He's also named GQ on the list of 50 most influential young Indians for 2017 and 2019. In 2019, India Today named him one of the 50 most influential people in the United States.

After completing his bachelor's degree at Indiana University Bloomington, Ranveer SinghSingh returned to India to pursue a career in cinema. He worked in the advertising field for a while and made his acting debut in 2010 starring in Yash Raj Films' romantic comedy band Baaja Baaraat. The film has been a critical and commercial success and won the Best Male Debut Film Award. He was praised for playing the role of a gloomy thief in the drama'Lu Terra' (2013), and has established himself as a collaboration with San J. Rila Van Sali, starting with the romance ``Goli Yong Kee Ras Lilla Ram-Lilla'' (2013).

In 2014, Ranveer SinghSingh appeared in Ali Abbas Zafar's Gunday as a Bengal criminal with Arjun Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, and Irrfan Khan. Variety's David Chute praised Singh's presence on the screen and wrote: "Put the center of interest in the film under his arm and take it with him-even though he has a role of "good brother" he can't be grateful for. . Also, Singh's chemistry with Kapoor was considered the film's main asset by critic Rohit Khilnani. Gunday turned out to be Singh's largest box office opener, and eventually achieved box office success with revenues of $1 billion (US$14 million) worldwide. After a cameo appearance in Finding Fanny, Singh received negative reviews for appearing as a gangster in Shaad Ali's failed crime drama Kill Dil, opposite Parineeti Chopra and Ali Zafar.

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