Ranveer Singh, the star of Befikre, has written and recorded a rap song for a clothing brand and said shooting for the music video was a rewarding experience.
Ranveer will be playing a rapper in Zoya Akhtar’s next film based on street musicians or ‘buskers’ as we call in North America.
The actor, who was attending a special event of a clothing brand in suburban Santacruz, performed the song in front of the fans and even went on the streets to meet them.
In a conversation with the press, Ranveer says he never leads his life in the “fear of being judged”.
The Befikre star says his attitude towards life is not to hold himself back and do whatever makes him happy.
“I don’t ever hold back. I don’t believe in having these filters. I don’t believe in living in the fear of judgements and consequence. I just live my life on a daily basis and do what makes me happy,” he told the reporters.
The actor said he is aware that people label him with various adjectives, but believes one should be true to themselves irrespective of what people say.
“Now and then I read stuff that people write about me, they use these adjectives, ‘disruptive’, ‘edgy’, ‘irreverent’ and all these stuff. Don’t hold back means, follow your heart, your instincts, do what you’re passionate about. Don’t live in this atmosphere or under this cloud of fear. Do what you want, be what you want,” he added.
The 31-year-old actor has written and recorded a rap song for a clothing brand and said shooting for the music video was a rewarding experience.
Ranveer was almost mobbed by the people when he went to greet them. The actor latched himself on a moving car and went ahead a few meters, before getting off and running on the streets to greet fans. He then hugged his admirers and also got on top of a car and posed for the cameras. – CINEWS