‘Give up’ word not in my dictionary: Ranveer
Actor Ranveer Singh says the word ‘give up’ does not exist in his life and he would continue to work till his death.
“There is no word called ‘give up’ in my dictionary. I would continue to work even when I would be dying,” Ranveer told reporters here last night at a promotional event of Bajirao Mastani, when asked if he ever felt like giving up.
The 30-year-old actor is quite an energetic and enthusiastic person in real life, but doesn’t know from where he gets the energy.
“I don’t know where I get the energy from. I remember Sanjay Leela Bhansali Sir was in the sound room when he first made me hear the song Malhari (victory song). I was excited and I was jumping in the studio and couldn’t wait to shoot the song,” he said.
“The Malhari song was to happen in the middle, but because my shoulder got injured, the song was shot in the end.
There were fantastic vibes on the sets,” he said.
The song is about victory and it was difficult for Ranveer to control his energetic side on screen.
“It was difficult to control my energy. It was a task.
For ‘Malhari’ song, I was told to control my energy as it would not go with the film,” he said.
“I get energy and joy being an actor...I love being on the sets and doing work. I love it,” he stressed.