Actor Ranjit feels like an odd man in industry
This family man has no interest in watching films, attending award functions and limits himself to his work but still he is known as one of the most iconic baddie of the film industry. His aura was such that all the heriones were afraid of him as he used to torture them physically as well as mentally onscreen.
Yes we are talking about actor Ranit who had under his credit of exploiting more than 300 female actors onscreen. But on the personal front he is as sweet as a boy next door with no bad habbits.
“I have hardly seen seven films in my whole life as I don’t have patience to sit for three hours in the theatre nor I attend award functions as they don’t attract me. Moreover, I don’t drink, smoke or eat non veg so I consider myself odd in between,” Ranjit told the Millennium Post while he was in Chandigarh to promote his Punjabi film Born To Be King. The film is directed by Satyajeet Puri. “I don’t get stuck with anything. After giving my take on the sets, I don’t even look into the monitor to see how I have done neither I take any work back home,” he affirmed and added, “When I am working, be it films or theatre, I give my best.”
About new age actors taking up the character of villians, Ranjit feels that it is losing the excitment.
Ranjit is happy the way his career is going. “Actors generally start with theatre, move to television and then do films but in my case it is the opposite— I entered with films, doing television and theatre.”
Ranjeet has also ventured into production business by starting his own film production house. His directorial venture Kaarnama was appreciated by all and showed in the Parliament as well.
It was followed by Gazab Tamasha which bombed at box office. Besides Hindi projects the actor would also be seen in few Punjabi films soon.