'Fine being away from social media'
Ranbir agrees that social media is to target larger audience but his absence on social media doesn’t affect his reach
Mumbai: Actor Ranbir Kapoor, who isn't on any social media platform unlike other actors of his generation, says he is fine with being away from it.
Ranbir was interacting with media at the trailer launch of Sanju along with co-stars Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza and Vicky Kaushal, director Raj Kumar Hirani and producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
Asked whether his availability on social media would have got extra mileage for his film, he said: "I don't think so. On social media, I will be showing myself and not really what the film is.
"I agree that through social media, you have a reach to the larger audience but I don't miss it and I am fine being away from it. Never say never, may be tomorrow, I will come but right now, I am happy being away from it."
Ranbir, who has gone nude for one scene in Sanju when he is being interrogated by police, asked if was intimidated while shooting that scene, said: "I went nude in my first film (Saawariya) itself when my towel dropped. I am very shy in my real life but when the cameras are on, I am not shy as I am portraying a character so you have to be nude in your emotions and physically." Sharing his experience working with Sonam, he said: "Sonam and I worked together 10 years ago in Saawariya and after that, we never got an opportunity to work together but Sonam is same as she used to be when we both were assistant directors in 'Black'.A
"The only thing that changed in her is that she has become even better actor,A so, when I worked with her this time, the kind of confidence and experience she came with was amazing and I think both of us enjoyed working with each other." Sanju will release on June 29.
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