Latest news Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma are all set to star in Yash Raj Films' next production Sui Dhaaga-Made In India, to be written and directed by Sharat Katariya and produced by Maneesh Sharma.
Anushka Sharma will be seen opposite Shahrukh Khan for an upcoming Aanand L Rai's film which also stars Katrina Kaif.
Recommended Read: 6 Most Romantic And Inspiring Bollywood Couples Interestingly, Ranbir and Katrina were introduced to each other by Deepika Padukone in 2008, whom he was dating at that time.
It was Katrina’s birthday bash where Deepika took Ranbir along.
Well, for those who actually did, their dreams came true and we all got to see Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif together in real life.
While both of them were quite open about their previous relationships, they chose to keep this one hidden from all.
But I was really upset that the Kishore biopic didn't happen at the time. If there's a political question at a press conference, I'll have a hypocritical answer, or I'll clam up, or wriggle out of it. We could only see him during holidays — in Ooty, Kashmir or Switzerland. What I was like while dating a girl in school, and what I am now, and what I will be to my girlfriend later or my wife, will be very different. But there is a different sense of evolvement so far as love in my life is concerned. I'm so obsessed with my films, my life at the movies, and working through the year, that I don't really get to meet people, unless I travel, or it's a chance encounter. Film people are amazing, but I'd like to, you know, go on a date… I think it'll be hard for that person though, because of the kind of lives we live. But if you meet somebody who's sorted, and if you're yourself sorted… I like to become non-interesting after, so I can save the interesting parts for my movies. It's still definitely on my to-do list — a big ambition. I don't mean fantasy in the sense that it'd take the audience away to another time or place that they can't connect with.
Did this come from the fact that a lot of your films have followed very similar narratives: a lost boy, confused about everything, including love, finally comes of age. But I'm not really going to kill somebody to know what it feels like for a scene! Playing Dutt, I'd want to see how I can get into the soul of the character. You may still fall flat on your face, but it's necessary. Yes, Prasoon Pandey had directed that ad, and his reference was Kishore Kumar. So if he has an opinion on politics, sports, entertainment, ban on a certain food, he will give it. Unfortunately he's an actor, so that gets blown out of proportion, or gets taken too seriously. I think that's true (for kids) in most Indian families, where the father is away at work, and is a strict person. Back then, they used to do two shifts a day, six movies a year. According to psychology, a possible fallout with parents having marital issues, and the kid being too close to the mother, is that as an adult that child turns into a "love avoidant" — as against a "love junkie", which mostly happens when you've been neglected by parents while growing up. As you grow older, you understand more about life, and how much you have to give (back) in a relationship. Tinder is doing good to people — it's getting them together. Films give me an outlet to express myself, and become interesting. I just don't have the strong discipline, and gift, to write.And, as Ranbir admits it himself, he's certainly nothing like Rishi Kapoor, his wildly exuberant father! I didn't know how to understand and deal with failures. Also, somewhere I was working with the same filmmakers — Imtiaz (Rockstar, Tamasha), Ayan (Wake Up Sid, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani), Karan (Ae Dil Hai Mushkil) — because they had stories to tell, that I wanted to be a part of. I can't pursue an ambition, be selfish, and have a girl make me realise what my true dreams are, so I can come back to her! All that the film industry cares about is if you're the star, then your poster must guarantee bums on seats in the first weekend. You can't really concentrate on 'ki mein star kaise banoonga', and begin to design things around it; I don't think that works out well for anybody. Having come back home after an under-grad course in direction (from the US), I was around 20, a star-kid, getting attention from a lot of directors willing to work with me. My father asked me if I might want to go back to the US and do something for a year. In a practical form, yes (it helps) that you're working with other actors, doing scenes, and so you're putting it (the craft) into a method. I never had a PR person because I really don't know how to play the game.I didn't know if the choices (I was making) were wrong. So you're at that crossroad where you don't know what's happening, in terms of having control over your life. Fortunately, the medium I'm in, films — which I love the most — changes me a lot, from phase-to-phase. To be honest, Besharam opened to R21 crore on Day 1. And even Roy, for whatever it's worth, opened to R11 crore. I went to the Lee Strasberg Institute for nine months, to learn the 'method' (style/school of acting). But the Strasberg or Stanislavsky 'method' (acting) itself is not something I buy. But being alone is something I also enjoy very much. But I've also understood that this is how show-business and media operate. If I knew how to market myself, I definitely would.It was the same party where Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan had their infamous brawl.It was only in 2009, when the two met officially as they teamed up for their film, their chemistry became the talk of the town.