Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor, who's currently busy working on Anurag Basu's ‘Barfee’, is already planning his next holiday. It's got nothing to do with the complex role he's playing in the film, but he's very eager to visit Canada.

Reason is that he wants to see the new road that will soon be named after Raj Kapoor, his late legendary grandfather. The announcement of the dedication was made during a recent award ceremony.

A source close to the Jr Kapoor reveals that owing to prior commitments, the actor could not join his father Rishi Kapoor and uncle Randhir Kapoor in Brampton, Toronto that's where Raj Kapoor Crescent, a new street will be built and named after the cinema icon.

Work comes first

Needless to say, when he heard about it from his dad, his eagerness to see the location increased manifold.
"However, he can't get enough time off till the shooting of the film is complete," said his friend, adding, "Besides, readjusting dates now could send the schedules haywire as Priyanka Chopra and Ileana D'Cruz's dates have been worked out according to his."

As soon as he wraps up his work on Basu's film, he'll finalise his travel plans, explained Ranbir's friend.

"He is also thinking of spending time there and meeting the authorities, who took the initiative of naming a road after his grandfather," informed his friend.

Ranbir wasn't available for comment. His friend attributed it to "no fixed date". He maintained, "Once he completes his work and decides on the date, he'll be more forthcoming."