Bollywood’s young’un heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor is known to be a hard working artist. But apparently he wasn’t always like that. Like every other kid, Ranbir Kapoor also needed guidance to set him towards the right path and in this case Sanjay Leela Bhansali did the same for him.
Ace director Sanjay Leela Bhansali casted Ranbir Kapoor for his debut movie Saawariya opposite Sonam Kapoor. Before which Ranbir worked with Sanjay as an assistant director for the movie Black. According to the Barfi! actor, Sanjay Leela Bhansali played the role of a mentor in his life and helped him understand his purpose in life and guide him towards it.
In a recent press meet Ranbir Kapoor was asked if he has ever thought of penning down his life and if so which part of it would he like to highlight. To which the young actor responded by saying that he hasn’t yet thought about it and believes that he has a long way to go before he can even think of doing the same.
Ranbir further added by saying, “But if I have to, like if you put a gun to my head and ask me to write something about my life which has been very impactful, I think it would be the time that I assisted Mr Bhansali, on Black as an assistant director because I think that was the time that I switched from being a aimless slacker boy to somebody who wants to do something in his life relating to the films.”
“I think he was a great mentor, Mr Bhansali, he was a great teacher and I think to write something about that would be interesting,” the 32-year-old actor further added. Ranbir Kapoor is definitely one of India’s finest actors and it is certainly inspiring to see him pay his respect to his mentors.
It is a big year for the actor as he has three major releases this year. Ranbir Kapoor is currently shooting for his film Tamasha starring Deepika Padukone. Other than that he will be seen in Bombay Velvet opposite Anushka Sharma and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma.
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