Ranveer Singh: I have been watching Befikre in theatres with audiences since the release
Ranveer Singh says after watching Befikre with the public, "To hear the audience sometimes giggle, sometimes chuckle and ever so often crack up with laughter is nothing short of blissful for me to witness first hand!”
Ranveer Singh in Befikreis perhaps the best thing about the film. If his goofiness is chuckle worthy, his emotional scenes will make you clap aloud. This actor can just about do anything now. After watching him in a heavy duty period drama like Bajirao Mastani, his Dharam act in Befikre was a welcome change. The fact that he makes it look so effortless that it adds more zing to his character. Everyone would love to have a guy like him in their lives. And the actor likes to know how the audience reacts to his Dharam character in the film. Ranveer watched the film at the theatres with them! (Also read: Ranveer Singh gives Vaani Kapoor her biggest hit ever with Befikre)
Yes, Ranveer does that. The actor revealed, “I improvised a lot of the lines to add some humour and make the scene(s) flow naturally. Adi Sir was very receptive to my ideas and that made for some great collaborative scenes. That Dharam has charmed the ladies and that men have related to the character is a very fulfilling feeling. I have been watching Befikre in theatres with audiences every evening since the release and I must say that the experience is awesome unlike any other. To hear the audience sometimes giggle, sometimes chuckle and ever so often crack up with laughter is nothing short of blissful for me to witness first hand!” Everyone loves to get appreciated for their hardwork and Ranveer is no exception. No wonder that he got such unanimous praise for his performance in the film.
Bollywoodlife’s reviewer couldn’t stop gushing about Ranveer in the review. He wrote, “We have seen Ranveer last in a historical movie, and his upcoming film is a period movie as well. So it’s great to see him play his age in a modern day romance. We have started seeing this from his debut Band Baaja Baaraat, that no one can nail the Delhi boy act as brilliantly as he does. He is screamingly hilarious in the scenes where he compares Paris’ monuments to Delhi’s, or when he mimics the actor after whom he is named or in the karaoke bar scene. But his one longing gaze after Shyra tells him that she is accepting a marriage proposal knocked it out of the park for me.” Sigh!