EXCLUSIVE: Gully Boy Ranveer Singh says,'became fearless post Ladies VS Ricky Bahl as he was horrendous in it' | Memsaab.com

EXCLUSIVE: Gully Boy Ranveer Singh says,'became fearless post Ladies VS Ricky Bahl as he was horrendous in it'

Ranveer Singh has always shown his acting prowess with the roles and characters he has chosen in the last few years.

Ranveer Singh has always shown his acting prowess with the roles and characters he has chosen in the last few years.
In This Image: Ranveer Singh
In the last one year itself, the actor stunned everyone as the despicable Khilji in Padmaavat followed by a raunchy Simmba in the movie by the same name and now is all set to leave us shocked in Gully Boy. The wait for the movie is getting longer with every passing day and with just three days to its release, we caught up with Ranveer Singh in a candid chat along with Alia Bhatt wherein he spilled a few beans about his process as an actor and more.

During a chat, when we asked Ranveer if the idea of them taking risks with movies scare them. What if it doesn't work out, ever cross their mind?

During a chat, when we asked Ranveer if the idea of them taking risks with movies scare them. What if it doesn't work out, ever cross their mind?
In This Image: Ranveer Singh
To this, Ranveer said, "I actually read a quote by Jack Nicholson recently which read 'once you are very terrible in a movie, it brings about a certain fearlessness.' Like, I was terrible in Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, I was horrendous," he laughed and added, "After that, I developed a certain level of fearlessness because how bad can I be? When you have done Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, how bad can you get?"

About taking risks, Ranveer shared, "Risks excite me and in order to push myself and not stay in the comfort zone, it is important for me to take risks.

About taking risks, Ranveer shared,
In This Image: Ranveer Singh
I take high risks at every level and aspect, whether it is the choices I make or choices in performance, even in life, sometimes. I like to play high risks because it excites me. For instance, playing Khilji was a huge risk. People said, 'he is such a despicable character with a homosexual undertone and people will hate you,' but I feel like nothing ventured, nothing gained."