Ranbir Kapoor remembers his time below ‘hard task master’ Sanjay Leela Bhansali (SLB) and why he had quit.
Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor has not been making headings for the precise reasons recently. After a sequence of flops and a very open break-up with Bollywood heartthrob heroine Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor has now distressed the media with his remarks like journalists are creepy crawlies and I love everybody apart from that creepy crawlies.
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On a real TV show called ‘#NoFilterNeha’, the ‘ADHM’ star not only exposed stories connected to his private life but also trickled some beans about the ones who molded up his profession.
While speaking to Neha Dhupia, Ranbir admitted to leaving Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Black’, where he was employed as an Assistant Director (AD), as ‘Sanjay had acquired too much and was wild as far as he was concerned’.
“Bhansali was a tough task-master and I was kneeling down on shooting set, he was whipping me…after an instant it got so hefty and I felt so tortuous that I had to leave the movie at a point…I ponder it was like 10 or 11 months into my career and I am like ‘ listen I can’t do this, it’s getting to me’ I consider I am too subtle and emotive and he got to discern me so well and he sort of kept stabbing into that… he got much, went wild as far as I was fretful,” exposed Ranbir, who originally wanted to be a director.
In spite of this experience, Ranbir provides complete credit to SLB for the whole thing he has taught him about movies.
“Having said that I consider all my acts that I do in movies it all comes from that knowledge, from him …he was a true instructor in that nous…he taught me the whole thing in terms of emotions and acting and mess like that…,” added Ranbir Kapoor.
After hearing Ranbir, it will not be wrong to say that Bhansali has been the controlling light in his lifespan. Nice!