Ranveer describes Anushka in the best possible way!in: Anushka Sharma Dil Dhadakne Do New movie Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh who co-stars with Anushka Sharma after a long time in Zoya Akhtar's 'Dil Dhadakne Do' described the actress in the best possible way in an interview with a leading daily recently.
Ranveer who has worked with Anushka in two films prior to DDD said that Anushka is a wild child who has a strong sense of righteousness and is very honest and upfront. He said that the actor is a very secure person and that he noticed during DDD that she has evolved since they last worked together. He recalled how Anushka had always been high on energy but commented that she now has a grip on it.
Ranveer also lauded Anushka's performance in the critically acclaimed and commercially popular 'NH10'. He also commented on the affection he has for Anushka's family.
"She's crazy. She is a wild child. She has a very strong sense of righteousness and is very proper in all her dealings. She is a very honest person and if she feels something, she will say it and will not bother about the consequences. She is a very secure person and calls a spade a spade. And she has really evolved as an actor. I remember in one of the scenes, while the camera was rolling in Dil Dhadakne Do, I am thinking to myself, wow, how she has evolved. She has done consistently well with every film and was stunning in NH10. I have great affection for her brother and her parents and she will always be a special person for me. It was great to reunite with her. I was already shooting on the ship and she joined later. We caught up for a couple of hours. I am really really happy with all the success she has been seeing lately and I am her genuine well- wisher. She has made some very intelligent choices and I am very proud of the work she has been doing. She has the most sparkling equity amongst the young actors today."
He referred to Anushka as a "good-hearted, loving person" and said that her core has "remained solid".
'Dil Dhadakne Do' is all set to release on 5th June 2015.
source: TIMES OF INDIA