Believe in competing with myself: Ranveer Singh
Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh says he does not believe in competition and would rather focus on his work.
"I don't believe in competition, people may compare me, but I don't compete or compare myself. I believe in competing with myself. I work very hard for my characters. Everyone is doing their own job, and everyone is great," Ranveer told reporters at the promotional event of 'Lootera'.
The period romance is directed by Vikramaditya Motwane where Ranveer is paired opposite Sonakshi Sinha.
"It was very interesting to do a period film because a new world is created. I had no clue about 1950s, so to live a character, who is living in that era was very interesting. I have seen the film and I am very happy. I am very excited and can't wait for people to see it," he said.
Ranveer sports a clean-shaven look in 'Lootera' for which the promotions are on in full swing.
But these days Ranveer is seen sporting a moustache and beard which is his look in upcoming film 'Ram Leela'. And the actor has been receiving praise for this new look.
"Everyone is complementing on my moustache and how I wish I can keep it...But being an actor I have to go according to my looks. But this is my Ram Leela look; once I start my next film maybe I will don something else," he said.
The film releases on July 5.
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