Ranveer Singh Calls Himself A 90s Kid; Remembers Waiting Eagerly For Ramayan, Mahabharat, WWF As A Child

    Ranveer Singh Calls Himself A 90s Kid; Remembers Waiting Eagerly For Ramayan, Mahabharat, WWF As A Child

    Ranveer Singh Calls Himself A 90s Kid

    Ranveer Singh Calls Himself A 90s Kid; Remembers Waiting Eagerly For Ramayan, Mahabharat, WWF As A Child

    The handsome and exceptionally talented Ranveer Singh has delivered many super hits in his 10 year long career. He has also wowed us with his exceptional versatility as an actor. May it be Bittoo Sharma of Band Baaja Baaraat, Alauddin Khilji from Padmaavat, Dil Dhadakne Do’s Kabir Mehra or Murad Ahmed of Gully Boy, he immersed himself in every character to the fullest and won hearts with his incredible performances. But what is Ranveer like in real life?

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    In a chat with Mumbai Mirror, the actor revealed, “I am a 90's kid. Born in 1985, the 90s era is what defines me. Following everything from movies, music, pop culture, fashion and those are my formative years.” Ranveer used to watch TV all the time, non-stop and WWF, Zabaan Sambhalke, Dekh Bhai Dekh were some of his favorite shows. He stated, “Basically, I am a TV ka bachcha, a product of television, a TV kid. When kids were outside, I was in front of the idiot box!”

    Back then, Doordarshan was one of the most loved channels as it aired popular shows such as Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan and B. R. Chopra’s Mahabharat. Talking about the good old times, Ranveer further shared, “When I was not watching movies on VCR, I was watching Doordarshan. I remember waiting for Ramayan, Mahabharat, and Chhaya Geet. It was like an event for me. I used to work backwards from the telecast time.”

    Well, we are sure the Gully Boy actor enjoyed watching the rerun of these childhood favorites during the nationwide lockdown.








    Updated: June 10, 2020 10:02 AM IST
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