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Feeling blessed to work with the best filmmakers: Ranveer Singh 

The actor opens up about his upcoming projects, with various top directors, which are in various stages of production 

Published: 12th March 2018

Ranveer Singh says this is a rich time for him as a creative person s he gets to be part of challenging and stimulating projects with the biggest names of Bollywood.

"I am feeling very blessed that I have the opportunity to work with best filmmakers in the business, such as Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Zoya Akhtar, Rohit Shetty and Kabir Khan. I am getting to do loads of different things, and I am very excited about my upcoming films."

The actor also opens up on details about Simmba, his upcoming film with Shetty. "I play a cop in Sangram Bhale Rao aka Simmba. I am very excited about collaborating with Rohit Shetty. He is the king of masala films, and I will be working with him for the first time in a feature film. It is a big one for me."

For Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy, Ranveer teams up with Alia Bhatt. The film is based on rappers in Mumbai and their struggles. On its progress, Ranveer says, "More than half of Gully Boy's shooting is complete. I will complete the film in April or May, and I will immediately dive into Simmba."

Ranveer is also prepping for his role in the forthcoming film titled 83, based on the iconic World Cup win of the Indian cricket team in 1983. The film will be directed by Bajrangi Bhaijaan-fame Kabir Khan.

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