Ranveer Singh

Q. From the successful Band Baaja Baaraat to Ladies vs Ricky Bahl… how
has your success journey been?
Band Baaja Baaraat release hui and jo bhi hua overnight ho gaya, matlab within
a week there was such a tremendous change from what I was on Thursday aur
agle Thursday life kuch aur hi thi. Papers and news channels pe charcha ho rahi
thi Band Baaja Baaraat itni achi film hai – ek naya ladka aaya hai, suddenly I was
in the limelight and suddenly life went from zero to 100. Itni tez gatee hogayi
thi, everything was happening and everything was happening so fast. Fortunately
then Mr. Aditya Chopra came to me and he said “Dekho yeh script hai Ladies
vs Ricky Bahl, see if you like it.” Toh maine suni and it was most exciting for
me as an actor. I could not ask for a more ideal second film. Pehli film mein
you were playing a specific character Delhi ka launda Bittoo Sharma. Here I
had in this script scope to play such different characters. Ek Delhi ka launda
hai, ek art curator hai Mumbai ka, ek Lucknow ka bada sharif cloth merchant -
adabwalla sharif banda and then of course a classy banda. Toh yeh character
was MOST interesting and I had started salivating at the thought of developing
this character. What a cool character to play! A guy who cons women for a living
and takes on these various avatars and has fun doing it and gets a kick and a
thrill out of it! Along with my kick and thrill, was an opportunity as an actor, to be
developing these various characters and playing them – so it was like as if I could
not ask for more meat in a second script!
Q. How did you prepare to enact so many different characters?
I started off on a page very different from what Maneesh Sir had envisioned.
Maine socha yaar main na extreme characterization karunga ke the Delhi guy will
be so starkly different from the Mumbai guy who will be so starkly different from
from the Lucknow guy and he from the other, matlab jab aap screen par dekho
toh aise lage koi aur hi aa gaya hai lekin Maneesh sir ne mujhe samjhaaya ki
bhaiya aisa nahin hai ultimately tu ek hi banda hai Ricky Bahl jo yeh sab kar raha
hai toh why would realistically a guy like Ricky Bahl go to that extreme length of
characterization. Understand that it’s the same guy so there has to be a
difference but ek common thread hai so you know that it’s the same guy who is
conning them. It cannot be so stark because it also makes it caricaturist and
unrealistic. So very quickly I had to get on Maneesh Sir’s page and build the
characters, start with Ricky Bahl and how Ricky Bahl would take on this avatar
and not treat them as separate entities. I had a starting point – a base that is
Ricky Bahl. I would think ab Ricky Dilli mein kisiko ko con kar raha hai toh woh
kaise karega, kaise baat karega, kya pehenega kya bolega, kaise chalega. Agar
wohi aadmi Bambai gaya hai Dilli ke baad kisi ko con karne toh who kya
pehenega, toh woh kya karega, Ricky kya karega. Understand that Sunny , Dev
Iqbal are not different people , they are the same guy so you must maintain a
common thread which is why you should not go into that extreme
characterization. Toh that is what Maneesh Sir explained to me and that was my
starting point in developing this character.
Q. Did you go through a process of readings and workshops?
Working with Atul Mongia (Acting Workshop Director) was an absolute pleasure.
He has such an insight into human beings. He is so fantastic with actors. The
exercises that he taught me… I’ve had some training in acting but he taught me
certain exercises which helped me so much. He helped me a tremendous amount
in developing each character. It’s not easy. Ab aap 10 din ek character karo,
fir 10 din ek aur character karo, fir 10 din ek aur character karo and bearing
in mind that they are all the same guy and he’s donning these various avatars.
Toh it was a very fine thing to do, it was a very fine thing we were trying to
achieve and working with him and the co-actors helped me a lot. Now when I
was doing the workshop with Parineeti then there were different things to feed
off of Parineeti’s energy to become Sunny. There were different things I fed off
from Dipannita’s energy to become Dev. There were different things when I was
working with Aditi. You know you also somewhere take your cues from your co-
actor and it was the same working with Anushka as well. It was the first time I
had done an acting workshop so intensely for a film. In Band Baaja Baaraat I was
very much developing Bittoo on my own but in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, a lot of the
preparation was with the co-actor which helped a lot. Sometimes I would come
to the table with certain things which Atul Mongia would scrap entirely you know.
He would say no, this doesn’t work at all and then we try something completely
new and we had such a great time you know developing these characters. My
tendency was to always go over and Atul Sir had to you know kind of calm me
down and say you don’t have to go into such extremes of characterization. Toh
main zaraa extreme’s mein chale jaata tha, aur fir Maneesh Sir aur Atul Sir mujhe
thoda control karke ek common thread lagate the us mein. Toh that’s essentially
how this character got developed.
Q. How was it working with Ricky Bahl’s 3 Ladies?
First of all there is Parineeti… it is her first film. I had done my first film not
so long ago and I know by default the amount of energy and passion that you
approach your first character with. So she was as a person also so bubbly, so
vivacious and so high on energy that it is infectious. Toh woh jab workshops mein
aati thi matlab it was just explosive “Phak, Phak, Phak” all the time! She’s just
got so much energy in her that you kind of get infected with it and she was so
good just as her character. I think all the 3 ladies plus Anushka – they are all so
great and distinct in their characters that it helped me. You know I take a cue
from all of them. I latch onto Parineeti’s energy and make something out of that,
that’s distinct from the dynamics that I share with Dipannita and that is distinctly
different from the rapport that I share with Aditi. Dipannita – her character is
very stern and very stoic. So after having done the workshop with Parineeti it
was a very drastic change to be doing it with Dipannita. Here you have this loud,
animated, bubbly, vivacious Parineeti and then suddenly you’re thrust into a
workshop and you are with somebody so cool, so calm, so collected, so stoic,
so stern. So it was great and it was a very fun exercise as an actor to be doing
such different things at the same time you know. Then of course to change that
completely and to have a very sweet exchange and interaction with Aditi – a lot
of sharafat, a lot of adab because she plays a small town girl and I had to be that
small town guy with her and for her. So it was the most exciting exercise as an
actor. The workshop was one of the most fun parts of this whole process.
Q. How was it working with director Maneesh Sharma in Band Baaja
Baaraat vs Maneesh in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl?
Band Baaja Baarat was Maneesh’s baby. He knew it like at the back of his hand.
Ladies vs Ricky Bahl he was exploring a territory, a story that he had not
developed. The screenplay was Devikaji’s. Habib Sir has written the dialogues. So
here he was directing material that had not germinated from him. So to see him
also exploring the possibilities of characters, of storytelling styles – all this was
like pulling Maneesh Sharma out of his comfort zone and making him tell a story
that is so different – so it was exciting to see him function. You know to see what
his take on the story is. Also one thing I learned about Maneesh Sir is that he’s
so good with India. His films are such a great and accurate reflection of the
country. You get such a true flavor of India whenever he makes a film. It was the
same case in the Delhiness of Band Baaja Baaraat. In Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, when
he directed the Delhi portion – of course that’s home territory for him, but he was
absolutely immaculate with that and then he came to Mumbai to tell the story
and he has got that corporate glass shielded world of Mumbai so bang on and
then to see him in Lucknow. He is such a rooted director and he knows the
country and the culture so well. That comes through so beautifully in his films -
that was something that was very, very exciting to see. So what sets him apart is
how particular he is about the authenticity of Delhi. That Delhi should have that
authentic Delhiness and Mumbai should have that authentic Mumbainess and it
should be distinct from Lucknow. The flavors and the indigenous cultural nuances
should be bang on and he is very particular and he’ll bring it out in
characterization, he’ll bring it out in dialogues – he’ll make sure it’s there in the
dialogues and will make sure it’s incorporated in the shooting style. He’ll make
sure that it is considered when formulating the dialogues, when formulating the
characters and the look of the characters, the spaces in which the story will be
shot – he is very particular that the authenticity of the milieu stays true to the
space of the story.
Q. How was it working with your co actor Anushka Sharma in Band Baaja
Baaraat vs in Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl?
Maneesh Sir says this very funny thing. He says “If you and Anushka have to
simply stand in a frame right next to each other, there will be chemistry.” I
don’t know what it is with Anushka and I hope I never find out because it is
working. She is just a fabulous, fabulous actor. What I love and admire most
about Anushka is that she is an actor who is not trained and what that does is
she is not tarnished by somebody else’s idea of what acting should be you know.
Her approach is entirely natural and original. She is very spontaneous and I think
when she is in the scene it just enhances your performance to be acting with her.
There are so many things she taught me during the filming of Band Baaja Baaraat
and during the filming of Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. Cardinal things like “Ranveer
you must in this scene look deep into my eyes and then see what kind of magic
comes out.” She is just so professional you know it is admirable. I learnt a lot
from her and whenever I act with her it just makes my performance amazing. I
don’t know what is it between her and me that generates such movie magic type
of chemistry but I’m happy and I’m very lucky I’ve found someone like her to
work with in my first two films. She is just absolutely fabulous!
Q. Tell me something about the video Aadat se Majboor?
Aadat se Majboor is a song where Ricky is singing about Ricky. It is Ricky’s
introduction song where you get to see, what is this guy all about and what does
he do. It’s a song in which we are establishing and setting up this guy – this con
artist who cons girls for a living, who’s suave, who changes colors like a
chameleon and who is so adept at doing it. He’s the best con artist around and
he’s smooth as silk and what was most exciting about this is when I went on a
talk show and there was this section in the talk show where they ask you to
display one of your hidden talents – so what I thought was I’ll write some rhymes
and then I’ll rap it out on some music and Maneesh Sir saw that and he was like
that was very good and why don’t you write something about Ricky Bahl. So at
about 2 am I got this message, you write a rap about the film and show it to me.
At about 3 in the afternoon the next day I came to the office and I rapped it out
for him and he was clapping and he was most happy about it. He was like we
must put this in the film. I made Adi Sir hear it too and they decided I would rap
in Ricky Bahl’s intro song. What I love about it is the phrase “aadat se majboor”.
It is a thought that came to Mr. Amitabh Bhattacharya and it is just a brilliant
thought for a con artist who is telling the ladies “kya karoon oh ladies main hoon
aadat se majboor” matlab, main kya karoon – this is what I do, I don’t know
anything better and this is all I know and this is what I’m going to do, main kya
karoon main hoon aadat se majboor. So he is a player, and he is a con artist.
Salim Suleiman gave this theme to Ricky Bahl (sings the theme). Which is the
driving force behind the melody in this song and the words and the lyrics are
absolutely kickass. Whatever Amitabh has written its just amazing “har ek
haseena ke bank account ke debit mein dikhna hai mujhe” just lines like this
which are so cool and then of course, I also wrote a rap. The shooting of Aadat se
Majboor, which was just absolutely fantastically shot by Vaibhavi Ma’am – to
shoot a montage like that, these different spaces and different characters and
thread it all together to make this kick-ass music video. My most memorable
experience was being in the studio with Salim Sir and Benny Dayal who is just so
talented you know. First when I went into the studio I was just watching Benny
at work, you know to see him singing – and just to watch him. I was just sitting
there and just watching him. He is so amazing at what he does. To see the
collaboration between him and Salim Sir – they were just going back and
forth “aisa kar, aisa kar” and there were times when Salim Sir would leave Benny
loose and Benny would just go for it and he was like “I like that… I like that… I’m
gonna keep that”. It was such an exciting creative process to see two such
beautifully talented and creative people working in collaboration and in sync with
each other like that. It is just something to observe. I was really privileged to be
in the studio at the time that it was happening. It just so happened at that time I
was called to do my rap as well and I went in and I started rapping and it was
sounding kind of monotonous so Benny stayed back after he had finished his bit
to give me suggestions. “Try it like this, that part you can do this” and Salim Sir
was giving me suggestions like “Ya… you can just do that part, ya take it like
that… that’s the right pitch … ya ya go for it with this, you’re flowing” so it was
my first time in a recording studio and it was so exciting. And I was just there
and I was going for it and before we started Benny was there, Salim Sir was
there and I was there and we all 3 got on the mike and we were singing. We had
done Tarkeebein from BBB together for which Salim Sir had given the music.
Benny sang my first song on-screen so we were all just there to get it going – we
all went into the studio, put our head phones on and sang Tarkeebein and it was
great fun because there are parts of Tarkeebein which Salim Sir actually sang – it
was one of the most fun things I’ve ever done. I had never thought that so soon
I would be doing something like this…like you know rapping in a song from the
film. It feels good when I see the music cd and it says rap by Ranveer Singh -
I’m like kamal hogaya! So it was fun. In Aadat se Majboor, there’s this one part
where I say chameleon. I was doing kameeeeleeon and then Benny was
like ‘break it and take it like that” so I was like kame-eeee-leyan and he was
like “ya ya that’s, that” So it was just the most… I felt ALIVE in that studio and it
is all thanks to Benny and Salim Sir as they were so supportive and so
encouraging. I could see my shortcomings, you know I’m not a recording artist
but they pushed me and they really got the best work out of me. Of course I had
written the lyrics and they were all about Ricky – all the things after having lived
with the story and it was all about what I feel about Ricky. It was a lot of fun.
And there were other parts that didn’t make it (starts rapping) -
Tall dark handsome charming funny
Kabhi Dev, Iqbal toh kabhi Sunny
Sorry Girlfriend tu toh bani dummy
Tu fisli but I was only after your money.
Then there was another part that didn’t make it -
Number 29 was my baby girl Dimple
Yaar tere papa ko banana was so simple
Tez aayi meri Mumbaiwaali Raina
Yaad rakh main hoon Ricky jo kabhi haath aaye na
Saira ka toh mushkil kardiya maine jeena
Not a nice guy because I’m a bloody kameena!
Q. Tell me something about the dance-a-thon song, ‘Fatal Attraction’?
Firstly the track itself we knew always that it will be an instrumental piece and
fatal attraction it appears at a very, very crucial point in the story, it’s not like an
item that it comes out of nowhere it’s a very integral part of the narrative at the
point at which it does appear in the film. So… firstly the track itself. It was an
instrumental piece and you don’t have too many of those nowadays… so when
the track came to me, I’m not allowed to do this but I did, make two of my very
closest friend’s hear it and they started off like this, they were listening to it in
my car, they started off like this (hymns the tune and does a hand action ) and
when it hits they were like “Aaahh.. Yeah” I am, myself heavily into electronic
music, so are my friends and they were like “This track, this track is the bomb”.
Honestly I do think musically it is one of the most superior tracks of the album…
it’s just… it’s got this amazing energy to it. It’s like almost deep house-ish… and
it’s a party song you know. Ishika and me are going to a rave and this is the
song that’s playing in that rave. Umm a bit psychedelic and the shooting of it was
the most amazing part. So we had the track and very excited to be shooting this,
very curious to see how this will be shot. So we arrived on the set and I was
absolutely blown away. What had T.P. Abid (the set director) made! What was
that set! It was just psychedelic madness. Neon colors, psychedelic structures,
there were… trees, stages, canvases and everything had been splattered with
you know Psychedelic imagery, the lighting that was added to it, it just created
this… an atmosphere and I was telling the art directors that I would love to go to
a party like this in real life, you know, with this type of decor. How amazing
would it be. Neon orange, neon pink neon green under the UV lights and all these
lights that had… that were moving and it created so much energy on the set. The
dancers, we had this section where the winners of India’s got talent… umm…
Vernon and Group … Vernon and group were doing their bit and it was just… it
was… all our jaws were here (pointing towards his chest) it was jaw dropping to
see those boys doing what they do. I spoke to them on set because I was
completely amazed by what they were doing. They practice 6 to 7 hours a day in
Nalasopara and they are at it and you can see… that when it comes out you
know… it’s just… it leaves you awestruck. To watch that on set was actually really
inspiring. It was like… look at these boys so… doing something so amazing and so
good at what they are doing… so passionate about it and so much in sync with
each other… it was amazing and then we were working with Danny and Gunjan,
who are amazing choreographers. It was just…Vaibhavi ma’am’s brief to
us ..,when we got the song was we will have choreographed portions but the
most of it will be an interaction between me and Ishika. It was a very delicate
story telling in the song. Not so much dancing and choreography heavy but a lot
of acting involved.
Q. Let’s talk about the song Thug Le.
It was very exciting to work with Shruti because it was her first song as a
choreographer. Now I know, when you debut with something you know with how
much energy and passion you tackle it. It was actually Maneesh sir who first told
me when we met on the floor and he told me very matter-of-factly, “is mein
thoda dancing hoga” (Ranveer laughs). What he was putting very lightly was the
fact that this was the song that was very heavy on choreography that… and
Shruti Ma’am did not make it easy for us and it was… it was… When I first saw
Rachit who trains me directly (he is Vaibhavi Ma’am’s assistant), he’s the one
who teaches me hands-on and when I saw him doing it I was like “Arre Baap re
yeh kaise karunga matlab… I mean come on! But Shruti Ma’am used to just
always say this “NO tu kar lega, NO tu kar lega, tu kar lega”. She used to push
and encourage and push and when you used to get something right she used to
encourage me, “Yehi hai,yehi hai” and to have her always present when I’m
learning was fantastic because… to have somebody who is telling you this is
right, do it like this… do it like that and always there and always pushing you and
giving you that energy it was amazing. I really enjoyed learning the
choreography as tough as it was. I knew that…okay we have done an “Ainvayi
Ainvayi”… we have done a “Dum Dum” we have done a “Jigar ka Tukda” and
here we are now doing ”Thug le” which choreography wise, Vaibhavi ma’am told
me that it has to be a notch higher than anything you’ve already done and that is
the way we have designed it. Umm so you’ve got to push your limits and
challenge yourself to do this type of choreography. Umm and this time … usually
what used to happen was even if I was learning any other choreography, I would
learn it in blocks. I would learn 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 together. This time I had to learn
1, then 1,2 then 1,2,3 then 1,2,3,4 so I had to break down each transition, each
shift of body weight,I had to really work at it. But I’m glad I did all that work
because now when I see it… I’m like… I… I understand what it takes to achieve
that and that’s a big learning curve for me.
Q. Tell us some fun incidents from the Ladies vs Ricky Bahl shoot.
Ranveer – Je haan vehicles ke saath hamari luck bilkul nahin thi, humare saath
iss film mein. Chahe woh scooter ho chahe woh jet ski ho log bas gir rahe the.
Hum scooter se gir gaye, hum jet ski se gir gaye, Anushka aur hum… Scene yeh
tha ki yeh Anushka ka character scooter chala raha hai.. Maine peeche behtha
hoon aur road jo hai who bahut hi ubad thabhad road hai aur yeh jo ladki hai jo
pagli si ladki hai… aise raaste pe itna tez chala rahi hai aur peechewalle… jahan
main behtha hoon mujhe darr lag raha hai kya ki yaar gir nahin jaye… kya kar
rahi hai kitni pagli se hai yeh ladki… toh we were very authentic, very true to the
scene shoot kar rahe the ek ubad thabhad road pe. Road pe mitti thi aur rocks
the ek take ho gaya aur Anushka ne mujhe bola hum touchups kara rahe the,
usne bola, “Yaar bahut tough hai, mujhe actually bahut tough lag raha hai yeh
road pe aise chalane mein tu sambhal lega na apna balance kar lega na?“. Maine
bola “Haan”. Ek baar kiya , dusri baar kiya , teesre take mein unfortunately ek
rock aa gaya beech mein and the bike went for a toss. Anushka gir gayi, main
gir gaya. My first instinctive thought was to see if shes okay… so I… usko dekha
woh theek thak thi yahaan kuch ho gaya tha usko (pointing to his palm) knee
pe kuch ho gaya tha, haath mein kuch ho gaya tha. Fir jab the dust settled, fir
maine realize kiya yaar mere taang mein kuch lag raha hai. Maine khol ke dekha
toh pura jal gaya tha (pointing towards his calf).
The bike had toppled and the silencer had singed my calf and about 30 seconds
after the incident I kind of felt it. So we were rushed to the nearby hospital for
instant medical aid and it was just… one of those unlucky times but I think what
it did was it made us stronger that as actors we went through this also.
So it was fun. I keep teasing her, I keep blaming her it’s all your fault that I got
hurt. But it’s not really, it was just unfortunate. It was… now when you look back
at it you can laugh, at that time it was all serious, “Oh by god Heroine ko lag
gaya… Aarre Hero theek hai”. So it was… it created some amount of chaos on
set at that time but now when you look back on it you can look back and laugh.
Then of course there were times on the jet skis. It just so happens we didn’t
have any luck. Road ubad thabhad tha scooter ke time pe. Jis time jab jet ski par
bhethe ho waves itne saade-aath foot ke dus-foot ke waves aa rahe hai. So it
was not easy. There was a time when… the blond and me were on the jet ski and
we did about 14 takes and in the first few I was on the jet ski and we were going
into the water and such massive… tackling such massive waves… the first few
times the waves crashed into us and literally we flew off the jet ski.
2 people on the jet ski like this (depicting the situation through hand actions)
jet ski is going, wave comes BOOM!! Jet ski flies in the air, blond flies in the air,
Ranveer flies in the air. Jet ski kidhar hai, ladki kidhar hai, Ranveer kahin hai.
Fortunately we had people on other jet skis. People were on other jet skis in the
water making sure that when these things happen we are instantly taken care of.
It was scary I’m not going to lie. If I was alone on the jet ski maybe I wouldn’t
have been so scared but you know you are responsible for the person behind you
as well toh there was that bit of nervousness.
But after the first few takes I got a little… you know okay with navigating. Then
of course again there was a time on the jet ski with Anushka and she was sooo
scared. I don’t know if she’ll admit this but she was very scared and I don’t blame
her because on that day in particular the waves were just daunting. Ummm… and
you know, that’s actually not captured in the film that how daunting the waves
were on that day. To you it’ll look like “Aey look at how much fun they are having
on the jet ski” but we were terrified. I was terrified because again I was with
Anushka. If I was alone maybe I would not have been so terrified … it was… it
was quiet scary to… to… tackle these waves that are ten foot high waves you’re
going into head on. There was one time where I could see it coming. Anushka
and me on the jet ski and I was just praying that we don’t get one of those Big
daddies.
And lo and behold we are in the take and I see this monster of a wave coming.
A monster of a wave! And I don’t want to scare Anushka but I know that she’s
seen it. She’s saying “Ranveer, Ranveer”. Our backs are to the camera.” Ranveer,
Ranveer, Ranveer” and I was like “Don’t worry I got this”.
I ain’t got this. Actually I was not confident of tackling this wave at all. And it was
coming, and it was coming and it just built up, it just built up and it crashed into
us. She has flown somewhere I can’t see her. I have flown somewhere else.We
are both under the water, the jet ski has gone somewhere else. Poor thing I look
back at Anushka and I could see the terror on her face and I swam up to her and
I held her and it was soon that you guys arrived… so ya we fell of scooters, we
fell of jet skis. We’ve put a fair amount of… of ourselves on the line for this film.
It was good. It was good fun though. You always look back and you have fond
memories of those days because you’ve been through something together. You
know the whole team… it just… it brings you closer together.
Q. Last words about Ladies vs Ricky Bahl…
Firstly I would like to thank our audience for showing so much appreciation for
our first venture Band Baaja Baaraat. The same team, the same director, writer,
actors, our assistant directors, our music team, the choreographer – everybody is
the same even the editor. Now the same team that gave you BBB is now trying
to tell a story that is vastly different and there are some fantastic additions to
our team. Some brand new energies on this film that you’ll get to witness. It is
fast paced, it’s fun, its entertaining, its edgy, its intriguing and its engaging. I am
thrilled about this story that we are going to tell. So on December 9th, do come
watch Ladies vs Ricky Bahl!

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Q. From the successful Band Baaja Baaraat to Ladies vs Ricky Bahl… how

has your success journey been?

Band Baaja Baaraat release hui and jo bhi hua overnight ho gaya, matlab within

a week there was such a tremendous change from what I was on Thursday aur

agle Thursday life kuch aur hi thi. Papers and news channels pe charcha ho rahi

thi Band Baaja Baaraat itni achi film hai – ek naya ladka aaya hai, suddenly I was

in the limelight and suddenly life went from zero to 100. Itni tez gatee hogayi

thi, everything was happening and everything was happening so fast. Fortunately

then Mr. Aditya Chopra came to me and he said “Dekho yeh script hai Ladies

vs Ricky Bahl, see if you like it.” Toh maine suni and it was most exciting for

me as an actor. I could not ask for a more ideal second film. Pehli film mein

you were playing a specific character Delhi ka launda Bittoo Sharma. Here I

had in this script scope to play such different characters. Ek Delhi ka launda

hai, ek art curator hai Mumbai ka, ek Lucknow ka bada sharif cloth merchant -

adabwalla sharif banda and then of course a classy banda. Toh yeh character

was MOST interesting and I had started salivating at the thought of developing

this character. What a cool character to play! A guy who cons women for a living

and takes on these various avatars and has fun doing it and gets a kick and a

thrill out of it! Along with my kick and thrill, was an opportunity as an actor, to be

developing these various characters and playing them – so it was like as if I could

not ask for more meat in a second script!

Q. How did you prepare to enact so many different characters?

I started off on a page very different from what Maneesh Sir had envisioned.

Maine socha yaar main na extreme characterization karunga ke the Delhi guy will

be so starkly different from the Mumbai guy who will be so starkly different from

from the Lucknow guy and he from the other, matlab jab aap screen par dekho

toh aise lage koi aur hi aa gaya hai lekin Maneesh sir ne mujhe samjhaaya ki

bhaiya aisa nahin hai ultimately tu ek hi banda hai Ricky Bahl jo yeh sab kar raha

hai toh why would realistically a guy like Ricky Bahl go to that extreme length of

characterization. Understand that it’s the same guy so there has to be a

difference but ek common thread hai so you know that it’s the same guy who is

conning them. It cannot be so stark because it also makes it caricaturist and

unrealistic. So very quickly I had to get on Maneesh Sir’s page and build the

characters, start with Ricky Bahl and how Ricky Bahl would take on this avatar

and not treat them as separate entities. I had a starting point – a base that is

Ricky Bahl. I would think ab Ricky Dilli mein kisiko ko con kar raha hai toh woh

kaise karega, kaise baat karega, kya pehenega kya bolega, kaise chalega. Agar

wohi aadmi Bambai gaya hai Dilli ke baad kisi ko con karne toh who kya

pehenega, toh woh kya karega, Ricky kya karega. Understand that Sunny , Dev

Iqbal are not different people , they are the same guy so you must maintain a

common thread which is why you should not go into that extreme

characterization. Toh that is what Maneesh Sir explained to me and that was my

starting point in developing this character.

Q. Did you go through a process of readings and workshops?

Working with Atul Mongia (Acting Workshop Director) was an absolute pleasure.

He has such an insight into human beings. He is so fantastic with actors. The

exercises that he taught me… I’ve had some training in acting but he taught me

certain exercises which helped me so much. He helped me a tremendous amount

in developing each character. It’s not easy. Ab aap 10 din ek character karo,

fir 10 din ek aur character karo, fir 10 din ek aur character karo and bearing

in mind that they are all the same guy and he’s donning these various avatars.

Toh it was a very fine thing to do, it was a very fine thing we were trying to

achieve and working with him and the co-actors helped me a lot. Now when I

was doing the workshop with Parineeti then there were different things to feed

off of Parineeti’s energy to become Sunny. There were different things I fed off

from Dipannita’s energy to become Dev. There were different things when I was

working with Aditi. You know you also somewhere take your cues from your co-

actor and it was the same working with Anushka as well. It was the first time I

had done an acting workshop so intensely for a film. In Band Baaja Baaraat I was

very much developing Bittoo on my own but in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, a lot of the

preparation was with the co-actor which helped a lot. Sometimes I would come

to the table with certain things which Atul Mongia would scrap entirely you know.

He would say no, this doesn’t work at all and then we try something completely

new and we had such a great time you know developing these characters. My

tendency was to always go over and Atul Sir had to you know kind of calm me

down and say you don’t have to go into such extremes of characterization. Toh

main zaraa extreme’s mein chale jaata tha, aur fir Maneesh Sir aur Atul Sir mujhe

thoda control karke ek common thread lagate the us mein. Toh that’s essentially

how this character got developed.

Q. How was it working with Ricky Bahl’s 3 Ladies?

First of all there is Parineeti… it is her first film. I had done my first film not

so long ago and I know by default the amount of energy and passion that you

approach your first character with. So she was as a person also so bubbly, so

vivacious and so high on energy that it is infectious. Toh woh jab workshops mein

aati thi matlab it was just explosive “Phak, Phak, Phak” all the time! She’s just

got so much energy in her that you kind of get infected with it and she was so

good just as her character. I think all the 3 ladies plus Anushka – they are all so

great and distinct in their characters that it helped me. You know I take a cue

from all of them. I latch onto Parineeti’s energy and make something out of that,

that’s distinct from the dynamics that I share with Dipannita and that is distinctly

different from the rapport that I share with Aditi. Dipannita – her character is

very stern and very stoic. So after having done the workshop with Parineeti it

was a very drastic change to be doing it with Dipannita. Here you have this loud,

animated, bubbly, vivacious Parineeti and then suddenly you’re thrust into a

workshop and you are with somebody so cool, so calm, so collected, so stoic,

so stern. So it was great and it was a very fun exercise as an actor to be doing

such different things at the same time you know. Then of course to change that

completely and to have a very sweet exchange and interaction with Aditi – a lot

of sharafat, a lot of adab because she plays a small town girl and I had to be that

small town guy with her and for her. So it was the most exciting exercise as an

actor. The workshop was one of the most fun parts of this whole process.

Q. How was it working with director Maneesh Sharma in Band Baaja

Baaraat vs Maneesh in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl?

Band Baaja Baarat was Maneesh’s baby. He knew it like at the back of his hand.

Ladies vs Ricky Bahl he was exploring a territory, a story that he had not

developed. The screenplay was Devikaji’s. Habib Sir has written the dialogues. So

here he was directing material that had not germinated from him. So to see him

also exploring the possibilities of characters, of storytelling styles – all this was

like pulling Maneesh Sharma out of his comfort zone and making him tell a story

that is so different – so it was exciting to see him function. You know to see what

his take on the story is. Also one thing I learned about Maneesh Sir is that he’s

so good with India. His films are such a great and accurate reflection of the

country. You get such a true flavor of India whenever he makes a film. It was the

same case in the Delhiness of Band Baaja Baaraat. In Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, when

he directed the Delhi portion – of course that’s home territory for him, but he was

absolutely immaculate with that and then he came to Mumbai to tell the story

and he has got that corporate glass shielded world of Mumbai so bang on and

then to see him in Lucknow. He is such a rooted director and he knows the

country and the culture so well. That comes through so beautifully in his films -

that was something that was very, very exciting to see. So what sets him apart is

how particular he is about the authenticity of Delhi. That Delhi should have that

authentic Delhiness and Mumbai should have that authentic Mumbainess and it

should be distinct from Lucknow. The flavors and the indigenous cultural nuances

should be bang on and he is very particular and he’ll bring it out in

characterization, he’ll bring it out in dialogues – he’ll make sure it’s there in the

dialogues and will make sure it’s incorporated in the shooting style. He’ll make

sure that it is considered when formulating the dialogues, when formulating the

characters and the look of the characters, the spaces in which the story will be

shot – he is very particular that the authenticity of the milieu stays true to the

space of the story.

Q. How was it working with your co actor Anushka Sharma in Band Baaja

Baaraat vs in Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl?

Maneesh Sir says this very funny thing. He says “If you and Anushka have to

simply stand in a frame right next to each other, there will be chemistry.” I

don’t know what it is with Anushka and I hope I never find out because it is

working. She is just a fabulous, fabulous actor. What I love and admire most

about Anushka is that she is an actor who is not trained and what that does is

she is not tarnished by somebody else’s idea of what acting should be you know.

Her approach is entirely natural and original. She is very spontaneous and I think

when she is in the scene it just enhances your performance to be acting with her.

There are so many things she taught me during the filming of Band Baaja Baaraat

and during the filming of Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. Cardinal things like “Ranveer

you must in this scene look deep into my eyes and then see what kind of magic

comes out.” She is just so professional you know it is admirable. I learnt a lot

from her and whenever I act with her it just makes my performance amazing. I

don’t know what is it between her and me that generates such movie magic type

of chemistry but I’m happy and I’m very lucky I’ve found someone like her to

work with in my first two films. She is just absolutely fabulous!

Q. Tell me something about the video Aadat se Majboor?

Aadat se Majboor is a song where Ricky is singing about Ricky. It is Ricky’s

introduction song where you get to see, what is this guy all about and what does

he do. It’s a song in which we are establishing and setting up this guy – this con

artist who cons girls for a living, who’s suave, who changes colors like a

chameleon and who is so adept at doing it. He’s the best con artist around and

he’s smooth as silk and what was most exciting about this is when I went on a

talk show and there was this section in the talk show where they ask you to

display one of your hidden talents – so what I thought was I’ll write some rhymes

and then I’ll rap it out on some music and Maneesh Sir saw that and he was like

that was very good and why don’t you write something about Ricky Bahl. So at

about 2 am I got this message, you write a rap about the film and show it to me.

At about 3 in the afternoon the next day I came to the office and I rapped it out

for him and he was clapping and he was most happy about it. He was like we

must put this in the film. I made Adi Sir hear it too and they decided I would rap

in Ricky Bahl’s intro song. What I love about it is the phrase “aadat se majboor”.

It is a thought that came to Mr. Amitabh Bhattacharya and it is just a brilliant

thought for a con artist who is telling the ladies “kya karoon oh ladies main hoon

aadat se majboor” matlab, main kya karoon – this is what I do, I don’t know

anything better and this is all I know and this is what I’m going to do, main kya

karoon main hoon aadat se majboor. So he is a player, and he is a con artist.

Salim Suleiman gave this theme to Ricky Bahl (sings the theme). Which is the

driving force behind the melody in this song and the words and the lyrics are

absolutely kickass. Whatever Amitabh has written its just amazing “har ek

haseena ke bank account ke debit mein dikhna hai mujhe” just lines like this

which are so cool and then of course, I also wrote a rap. The shooting of Aadat se

Majboor, which was just absolutely fantastically shot by Vaibhavi Ma’am – to

shoot a montage like that, these different spaces and different characters and

thread it all together to make this kick-ass music video. My most memorable

experience was being in the studio with Salim Sir and Benny Dayal who is just so

talented you know. First when I went into the studio I was just watching Benny

at work, you know to see him singing – and just to watch him. I was just sitting

there and just watching him. He is so amazing at what he does. To see the

collaboration between him and Salim Sir – they were just going back and

forth “aisa kar, aisa kar” and there were times when Salim Sir would leave Benny

loose and Benny would just go for it and he was like “I like that… I like that… I’m

gonna keep that”. It was such an exciting creative process to see two such

beautifully talented and creative people working in collaboration and in sync with

each other like that. It is just something to observe. I was really privileged to be

in the studio at the time that it was happening. It just so happened at that time I

was called to do my rap as well and I went in and I started rapping and it was

sounding kind of monotonous so Benny stayed back after he had finished his bit

to give me suggestions. “Try it like this, that part you can do this” and Salim Sir

was giving me suggestions like “Ya… you can just do that part, ya take it like

that… that’s the right pitch … ya ya go for it with this, you’re flowing” so it was

my first time in a recording studio and it was so exciting. And I was just there

and I was going for it and before we started Benny was there, Salim Sir was

there and I was there and we all 3 got on the mike and we were singing. We had

done Tarkeebein from BBB together for which Salim Sir had given the music.

Benny sang my first song on-screen so we were all just there to get it going – we

all went into the studio, put our head phones on and sang Tarkeebein and it was

great fun because there are parts of Tarkeebein which Salim Sir actually sang – it

was one of the most fun things I’ve ever done. I had never thought that so soon

I would be doing something like this…like you know rapping in a song from the

film. It feels good when I see the music cd and it says rap by Ranveer Singh -

I’m like kamal hogaya! So it was fun. In Aadat se Majboor, there’s this one part

where I say chameleon. I was doing kameeeeleeon and then Benny was

like ‘break it and take it like that” so I was like kame-eeee-leyan and he was

like “ya ya that’s, that” So it was just the most… I felt ALIVE in that studio and it

is all thanks to Benny and Salim Sir as they were so supportive and so

encouraging. I could see my shortcomings, you know I’m not a recording artist

but they pushed me and they really got the best work out of me. Of course I had

written the lyrics and they were all about Ricky – all the things after having lived

with the story and it was all about what I feel about Ricky. It was a lot of fun.

And there were other parts that didn’t make it (starts rapping) -

Tall dark handsome charming funny

Kabhi Dev, Iqbal toh kabhi Sunny

Sorry Girlfriend tu toh bani dummy

Tu fisli but I was only after your money.

Then there was another part that didn’t make it -

Number 29 was my baby girl Dimple

Yaar tere papa ko banana was so simple

Tez aayi meri Mumbaiwaali Raina

Yaad rakh main hoon Ricky jo kabhi haath aaye na

Saira ka toh mushkil kardiya maine jeena

Not a nice guy because I’m a bloody kameena!

Q. Tell me something about the dance-a-thon song, ‘Fatal Attraction’?

Firstly the track itself we knew always that it will be an instrumental piece and

fatal attraction it appears at a very, very crucial point in the story, it’s not like an

item that it comes out of nowhere it’s a very integral part of the narrative at the

point at which it does appear in the film. So… firstly the track itself. It was an

instrumental piece and you don’t have too many of those nowadays… so when

the track came to me, I’m not allowed to do this but I did, make two of my very

closest friend’s hear it and they started off like this, they were listening to it in

my car, they started off like this (hymns the tune and does a hand action ) and

when it hits they were like “Aaahh.. Yeah” I am, myself heavily into electronic

music, so are my friends and they were like “This track, this track is the bomb”.

Honestly I do think musically it is one of the most superior tracks of the album…

it’s just… it’s got this amazing energy to it. It’s like almost deep house-ish… and

it’s a party song you know. Ishika and me are going to a rave and this is the

song that’s playing in that rave. Umm a bit psychedelic and the shooting of it was

the most amazing part. So we had the track and very excited to be shooting this,

very curious to see how this will be shot. So we arrived on the set and I was

absolutely blown away. What had T.P. Abid (the set director) made! What was

that set! It was just psychedelic madness. Neon colors, psychedelic structures,

there were… trees, stages, canvases and everything had been splattered with

you know Psychedelic imagery, the lighting that was added to it, it just created

this… an atmosphere and I was telling the art directors that I would love to go to

a party like this in real life, you know, with this type of decor. How amazing

would it be. Neon orange, neon pink neon green under the UV lights and all these

lights that had… that were moving and it created so much energy on the set. The

dancers, we had this section where the winners of India’s got talent… umm…

Vernon and Group … Vernon and group were doing their bit and it was just… it

was… all our jaws were here (pointing towards his chest) it was jaw dropping to

see those boys doing what they do. I spoke to them on set because I was

completely amazed by what they were doing. They practice 6 to 7 hours a day in

Nalasopara and they are at it and you can see… that when it comes out you

know… it’s just… it leaves you awestruck. To watch that on set was actually really

inspiring. It was like… look at these boys so… doing something so amazing and so

good at what they are doing… so passionate about it and so much in sync with

each other… it was amazing and then we were working with Danny and Gunjan,

who are amazing choreographers. It was just…Vaibhavi ma’am’s brief to

us ..,when we got the song was we will have choreographed portions but the

most of it will be an interaction between me and Ishika. It was a very delicate

story telling in the song. Not so much dancing and choreography heavy but a lot

of acting involved.

Q. Let’s talk about the song Thug Le.

It was very exciting to work with Shruti because it was her first song as a

choreographer. Now I know, when you debut with something you know with how

much energy and passion you tackle it. It was actually Maneesh sir who first told

me when we met on the floor and he told me very matter-of-factly, “is mein

thoda dancing hoga” (Ranveer laughs). What he was putting very lightly was the

fact that this was the song that was very heavy on choreography that… and

Shruti Ma’am did not make it easy for us and it was… it was… When I first saw

Rachit who trains me directly (he is Vaibhavi Ma’am’s assistant), he’s the one

who teaches me hands-on and when I saw him doing it I was like “Arre Baap re

yeh kaise karunga matlab… I mean come on! But Shruti Ma’am used to just

always say this “NO tu kar lega, NO tu kar lega, tu kar lega”. She used to push

and encourage and push and when you used to get something right she used to

encourage me, “Yehi hai,yehi hai” and to have her always present when I’m

learning was fantastic because… to have somebody who is telling you this is

right, do it like this… do it like that and always there and always pushing you and

giving you that energy it was amazing. I really enjoyed learning the

choreography as tough as it was. I knew that…okay we have done an “Ainvayi

Ainvayi”… we have done a “Dum Dum” we have done a “Jigar ka Tukda” and

here we are now doing ”Thug le” which choreography wise, Vaibhavi ma’am told

me that it has to be a notch higher than anything you’ve already done and that is

the way we have designed it. Umm so you’ve got to push your limits and

challenge yourself to do this type of choreography. Umm and this time … usually

what used to happen was even if I was learning any other choreography, I would

learn it in blocks. I would learn 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 together. This time I had to learn

1, then 1,2 then 1,2,3 then 1,2,3,4 so I had to break down each transition, each

shift of body weight,I had to really work at it. But I’m glad I did all that work

because now when I see it… I’m like… I… I understand what it takes to achieve

that and that’s a big learning curve for me.

Q. Tell us some fun incidents from the Ladies vs Ricky Bahl shoot.

Ranveer – Je haan vehicles ke saath hamari luck bilkul nahin thi, humare saath

iss film mein. Chahe woh scooter ho chahe woh jet ski ho log bas gir rahe the.

Hum scooter se gir gaye, hum jet ski se gir gaye, Anushka aur hum… Scene yeh

tha ki yeh Anushka ka character scooter chala raha hai.. Maine peeche behtha

hoon aur road jo hai who bahut hi ubad thabhad road hai aur yeh jo ladki hai jo

pagli si ladki hai… aise raaste pe itna tez chala rahi hai aur peechewalle… jahan

main behtha hoon mujhe darr lag raha hai kya ki yaar gir nahin jaye… kya kar

rahi hai kitni pagli se hai yeh ladki… toh we were very authentic, very true to the

scene shoot kar rahe the ek ubad thabhad road pe. Road pe mitti thi aur rocks

the ek take ho gaya aur Anushka ne mujhe bola hum touchups kara rahe the,

usne bola, “Yaar bahut tough hai, mujhe actually bahut tough lag raha hai yeh

road pe aise chalane mein tu sambhal lega na apna balance kar lega na?“. Maine

bola “Haan”. Ek baar kiya , dusri baar kiya , teesre take mein unfortunately ek

rock aa gaya beech mein and the bike went for a toss. Anushka gir gayi, main

gir gaya. My first instinctive thought was to see if shes okay… so I… usko dekha

woh theek thak thi yahaan kuch ho gaya tha usko (pointing to his palm) knee

pe kuch ho gaya tha, haath mein kuch ho gaya tha. Fir jab the dust settled, fir

maine realize kiya yaar mere taang mein kuch lag raha hai. Maine khol ke dekha

toh pura jal gaya tha (pointing towards his calf).

The bike had toppled and the silencer had singed my calf and about 30 seconds

after the incident I kind of felt it. So we were rushed to the nearby hospital for

instant medical aid and it was just… one of those unlucky times but I think what

it did was it made us stronger that as actors we went through this also.

So it was fun. I keep teasing her, I keep blaming her it’s all your fault that I got

hurt. But it’s not really, it was just unfortunate. It was… now when you look back

at it you can laugh, at that time it was all serious, “Oh by god Heroine ko lag

gaya… Aarre Hero theek hai”. So it was… it created some amount of chaos on

set at that time but now when you look back on it you can look back and laugh.

Then of course there were times on the jet skis. It just so happens we didn’t

have any luck. Road ubad thabhad tha scooter ke time pe. Jis time jab jet ski par

bhethe ho waves itne saade-aath foot ke dus-foot ke waves aa rahe hai. So it

was not easy. There was a time when… the blond and me were on the jet ski and

we did about 14 takes and in the first few I was on the jet ski and we were going

into the water and such massive… tackling such massive waves… the first few

times the waves crashed into us and literally we flew off the jet ski.

2 people on the jet ski like this (depicting the situation through hand actions)

jet ski is going, wave comes BOOM!! Jet ski flies in the air, blond flies in the air,

Ranveer flies in the air. Jet ski kidhar hai, ladki kidhar hai, Ranveer kahin hai.

Fortunately we had people on other jet skis. People were on other jet skis in the

water making sure that when these things happen we are instantly taken care of.

It was scary I’m not going to lie. If I was alone on the jet ski maybe I wouldn’t

have been so scared but you know you are responsible for the person behind you

as well toh there was that bit of nervousness.

But after the first few takes I got a little… you know okay with navigating. Then

of course again there was a time on the jet ski with Anushka and she was sooo

scared. I don’t know if she’ll admit this but she was very scared and I don’t blame

her because on that day in particular the waves were just daunting. Ummm… and

you know, that’s actually not captured in the film that how daunting the waves

were on that day. To you it’ll look like “Aey look at how much fun they are having

on the jet ski” but we were terrified. I was terrified because again I was with

Anushka. If I was alone maybe I would not have been so terrified … it was… it

was quiet scary to… to… tackle these waves that are ten foot high waves you’re

going into head on. There was one time where I could see it coming. Anushka

and me on the jet ski and I was just praying that we don’t get one of those Big

daddies.

And lo and behold we are in the take and I see this monster of a wave coming.

A monster of a wave! And I don’t want to scare Anushka but I know that she’s

seen it. She’s saying “Ranveer, Ranveer”. Our backs are to the camera.” Ranveer,

Ranveer, Ranveer” and I was like “Don’t worry I got this”.

I ain’t got this. Actually I was not confident of tackling this wave at all. And it was

coming, and it was coming and it just built up, it just built up and it crashed into

us. She has flown somewhere I can’t see her. I have flown somewhere else.We

are both under the water, the jet ski has gone somewhere else. Poor thing I look

back at Anushka and I could see the terror on her face and I swam up to her and

I held her and it was soon that you guys arrived… so ya we fell of scooters, we

fell of jet skis. We’ve put a fair amount of… of ourselves on the line for this film.

It was good. It was good fun though. You always look back and you have fond

memories of those days because you’ve been through something together. You

know the whole team… it just… it brings you closer together.

Q. Last words about Ladies vs Ricky Bahl…

Firstly I would like to thank our audience for showing so much appreciation for

our first venture Band Baaja Baaraat. The same team, the same director, writer,

actors, our assistant directors, our music team, the choreographer – everybody is

the same even the editor. Now the same team that gave you BBB is now trying

to tell a story that is vastly different and there are some fantastic additions to

our team. Some brand new energies on this film that you’ll get to witness. It is

fast paced, it’s fun, its entertaining, its edgy, its intriguing and its engaging. I am

thrilled about this story that we are going to tell. So on December 9th, do come

watch Ladies vs Ricky Bahl!

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