So a couple of days ago I told you that Deepika Padukone felt sorry for Ranbir Kapoor because of his recent film failures, Bombay Velvet. Although Ranbir didn’t made it to DP’s Piku success party, the actress didn’t mind as she realised that RK was going through a rough patch in his career. However, in a recent interview with the DNA it seems Ranbir was unaware of Deepika’s depression. This is what her said:
I didn’t know about Deepika’s depression at all. I have no idea. It depends from person to person. When an actor talks about something, you have to understand, they’re sometimes role models, they can inspire people. When an actor talks about something, it always has to come from the intention of wanting to improve somebody else’s life or mental health or problem or disability. Like Hrithik Roshan spoke so vehemently about his stammering problem. It is not about speaking about it but also giving them the solution to it. I think that’s what’s important. When you speak about a problem and just talk about it, that’s sympathy. When you give them a solution, you’re doing something for society and helping them. In that sense, yes, it’s important. How do you overcome your disability, your fears? If you can inspire people with that, I think that’s brilliant.
I think Ranbir gave a killer answer and backed it with some Hrithik Roshan evidence! Well said Ranbir, well said!
So Ranbir not only confessed about his ex-girlfriend DP, but rather approached the interview with talking about Katrina Kaif and the fact that he didn’t get to be a part of Dil Dhadakne Do. Although their relationship is a matter of privacy, Ranbir decided to spill the beans about his co-star and now (future partner). Here is what he told a leading tabloid:
Katrina is actually a badmaash on set. She isn’t what she comes across as. She constantly needles you, constantly challenges you…. there is always a sense of takkar that she gives you. She inspires you. It’s wonderful working with her. She is not a pseudo-intellectual, she understands cinema and understands how it works from an outsider’s perspective, better than anyone I have met. The opinions of people close to me are important — my parents, Katrina, Ayan, the other directors I have worked with, like Anurag Basu, Imtiaz Ali and Anurag Kashyap. I am pretty close to Karan and my friend Rohit Dhawan. These people’s opinions matter because there is no sense of them being my ‘yes people’. They have a very strong opinion of good and bad, right and wrong and I value that. I will always value that. Katrina is my critic. Of course and vehemently. If she doesn’t like something, she’ll rub it in my face. If she likes something, she will just pass one snide comment. She is not good with compliments, she loves to criticize.
I guess that’s adorable because honesty is the policy – wait that was meant to rhyme?! (FAIL)
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