Ranveer Singh 83 is currently in the theatres, after n number of postpones the film has finally been released on 24th December. In a recent interview with Pinkvilla, Ranveer Singh happened to share his excitement about his upcoming films Cirkus and Jayeshbhai Jordaar.
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Reuniting with YRF after a quite long time and working with a debutant director Divyang Thakkar, the actor said, “Divyang is going to be a sensation and he doesn’t even know what he has done. He is oblivious to the fact that there is a genius in him.”
“I did cry, but was even laughing. There’s a very noble purpose in the film, that’s so pertinent in our times. The script is just a miracle. The closest reference that I can give you is a Raju Hirani film – how they have a social message but in the garb of entertainment – making you laugh and cry,”
“I am very excited about Jayeshbhai Jordaar. It was to be released in February, but I think everything will be rescheduled due to Omicron,” the actor added.
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Talking about his favorite director and their film Cirkus, the actor said “I wanted to do a comedy film for years and Rohit sir has given me the chance after he was happy with my work in Simmba. I am a part of his cop franchise and now, I am a part of his comic franchise too. It’s just so great. Cirkus is my very own Golmaal.”
“We have all the all stars as a part of this ensemble and they bring in such madness. We have this crazy mad ride of a movie and I am so thrilled to be leading a film like this. The pandemic has impacted people in a different way and this film is one instance in which we want people to come in for two hours and just laugh their way out. It’s very exciting. There couldn’t have been a better film than Cirkus for me to explore the comic space”, Ranveer further added.