Mumbai: In the last three years he has done two feature films and both of them were box office successes. Now, ready with his period drama "Lootera", Ranveer Singh does not believe in competing with anyone because he feels acting is a subjective art, hence cannot be compared.

"I am an actor and an artist. What I do is subjective. It can't be quantified and can't be considered as competition," he said at the film's promotional event.

"I don't consider myself part of a competition. There is no one better or worse. What you take away from a film or performance must be different than what someone else does. I don't view it as a competition," he added.

Ranveer describes Vikramaditya Motwane-directed "Lootera", coming out July 5, as typical Mills & Boon fantasy. Recently, he and his co-star Sonakshi Sinha launched "Lootera" - Mills & Boon' Collector's Pack.

"It is a romantic fantasy, the kind of love story you read in Mills & Boon. It does not exist anymore. It is a story you don't have in your life, so you aspire for it. The most Mills & Boon thing I have done in my life is played by my character in 'Lootera'," he said.

(Agencies)

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