Ranbir Kapoor is one of the known actors in Bollywood. He has been a part of some of the most iconic movies like Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, Barfi, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Rajneeti and Sanju. His next is Shamshera. Now he has been actively working on other feature projects too, which will see a release next year.
In a media chat, the Brahmastra star talked about his respect for actors like Vijay Sethupathi and Dhanush, about his movie choices and his approach towards his craft. When asked Ranbir about why he didn't play the massy or the happy-go-lucky characters and preferred to play flawed or closer to reality characters for a better part of his career, and whether it was a conscious decision. To this, Ranbir revealed, "It is a mix of things, starting with the opportunities you get. When I was younger, the kind of roles I was relating to were like Wake Up Sid, Barfi and Rockstar. As a matter of fact, Shamshera is a larger-than-life character and a first for me. As an actor, it is your job to keep reinventing yourself. and not get stuck in a typecast. Shamshera is a film that probably my audience has not expected from me and I am really looking forward to release and the audience's response. But I will keep changing it. Probably, I will go back to what I did. It is the duty of an actor to keep the audiences engaged and surprised."