Ranveer Singh on his career: I have been fortunate enough to experience both highs and lows

Ranveer Singh, who is all set as his upcoming film Simmba’s unleash, talks concerning his career and failures in an interview. Ranveer Singh made his film industry debut in 2010 with the film Band Baaja Baarat during which he stars aboard Anushka Sharma. From his first film itself, the actor proved his acting mettle. From 2010 until now, Ranveer has haunted totally different types of roles and did justice to them. From taking part in a conman to taking part in a cruel Alauddin Khilji, he gave his best to each character and performed them with much-required conviction.

After an extended time, Ranveer Singh is seen in an exceedingly total commercial film titled Simmba. Directed by Rohit Shetty, the film conjointly stars Sara Ali Khan within the lead role. Considering however his previous couple of films were a blockbuster at the box office, the expectations from this one are quite high. In an interview with IANS, once the Lootera actor was asked if he feels pressure due to the expectations, he said, “I have been fortunate enough to experience both highs and lows. (I have been) Lucky and blessed that there have been more highs than lows, but I’m glad that the lows were there because they taught me a lot.”
While a number of his films worked dementedly at the box office, there have been a couple of like Kill Dill and Befikre that didn’t impress the audience. So, when asked about the same, Ranveer Singh answered, “According to me, whether it’s my most successful film or least successful film — I know in my heart of hearts that I tried my best, I performed with all honesty and never gave less than a 100 per cent. If a film did not work, that is not in my hands. From my point of view, my perspective, I gave it everything.”

Simmba is slated to unleash on December 28, 2018.
After Simmba, Ranveer Singh is seen with Alia Bhatt within the film Gully Boy. Directed by Zoya Akhtar, Singh plays a rapper within the film. Gully Boy is ready to hit the screens on February 14, 2019.