Mumbai: Ranveer Singh has his ways to impress, he is smart, witty, charming and has a natural flair for acting. The young Bollywood actor, who is often called a flirt, says he doesn't mind this, but he admits he has a problem with tags. (Agencies)
"I'm generous with my compliments. I tend to see the beauty in everyone. I don't hold back in expressing my feelings and that's why I think I have been tagged as a flirt. Which is fine," Ranveer said in a group interview.
"It's not that I have a problem with being tagged as a flirt! I have a problem with tags. You define and limit people with tags. Each person is complex and infinite," he said. Thus, his song "Kya karun oh ladies, main hun aadat se majboor" gels well with his ways!
The actor has been seen flirting with actress Sonakshi Sinha at promotional events for "Lootera", which released on Friday.
The on-screen couple was not bereft of dating rumours, but giving his side of the story, Ranveer said, "I have great chemistry with her. I remember that there were rumours of us seeing each other even before 'Lootera'. We have a friendly relationship."
"Lootera", a period drama directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, spells an old world charm. Ranveer sincerely believes Sonakshi was the "best choice" for the part.
"She fits the character. No one can pull off that old world charm and look. She can, with her look and mannerisms, completely transport you into believing that she is from that era," he said.
The going was not so easy for the young actor, who admits he was in a "do or die" situation when he stepped into showbiz.
Ranveer, who had no godfather to fall back upon in the industry, made a successful debut with Yash Raj Films' "Band Baaja Baaraat" in 2010. It's been a rollicking innings ever since, "Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl" and now "Lootera", as well as other plum projects in the offing for the 27-year-old.
Mumbai: Ranveer Singh has his ways to impress, he is smart, witty, charming and has a natural flair for acting. The young Bollywood actor, who is often called a flirt, says he doesn't mind this, but he admits he has a problem with tags.