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Ranveer Singh reveals why he was S**T scared while taking up Alauddin Khilji’s role in Padmaavat

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Ranveer Singh created history at the box office by essaying an out and out dark role of Alauddin Khilji in Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s Padmaavat. He totally went for the kill there and won a lot of accolades for his performance in the movie. The film too did a great business and he became the talking point of the industry. But everyone would agree what a huge risk this was considering that not all Bollywood leading men are c

Ranveer Singh created history at the box office by essaying an out and out dark role of Alauddin Khilji in Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s Padmaavat. But he reveals why it wasn’t a cakewalk. It seems that it really took a toll on him to channelize all the evil energy on screen. He said that he went to his past and tapped on to something very dark and the process continued till he was done playing Khilji. He also said that he wanted to do a comedy film and was not even up for an intense period film. But well we are glad he took the plunge because the rest is history.

 

 

omfortable donning the role of a grey character. Ranveer’s risk paid off and he stood out as a formidable actor of today’s generation but this was a difficult process for him.

Ranveer Singh reveals why he was S**T scared while taking up Allaudin Khilji’s role in Padmaavat

He revealed recently that it really took a toll on him to channelize all the evil energy on screen. He said that he went to his past and tapped on to something very dark and the process continued till he was done playing Khilji. He also said that he wanted to do a comedy film and was not even up for an intense period film. But well we are glad he took the plunge because the rest is history.

Even though a star, Ranveer had his own insecurities while playing Khilji. He said that he did not have confidence that people will accept a commercial movie hero as the evil Mughal emperor. He confessed he was extremely scared and unsure of the risk he took. We are glad all worked out well for him. He will be seen in Gully Boy and Simmba next. He also has Kabir Khan‘s ’83 biopic based on the 1983 Cricket World Cup win in his kitty. He is essaying the role of Kapil Dev.

Also Read: How Ranveer Singh cornered & captured Ranbir Kapoor’s market

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