Ranveer Singh admits to placing a Charlie Chaplin picture in his vanity!

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Ranveer Singh admits to placing a Charlie Chaplin picture in his vanity vehicle before he began filming. Jordaar Jayeshbhai

Fans have been raving about Jayeshbhai Jordaar’s trailer ever since it was published. Ranveer Singh has managed to generate excitement for his film yet again, and fans can’t wait to see it in theatres. Everything is being discussed, whether it is his character or his appearance. Now that the release date is approaching, Ranveer is on a promotional rampage, leaving no stone unturned to promote his next social comedy. Pinkvilla exclusively reported that Ranveer’s role was influenced by Charlie Chaplin, and the actor confirmed this in a recent interview with Mid Day.

 

Ranveer Singh compares Jayeshbhai Jordaar, which makes a strong plea for gender equality, to Charlie Chaplin’s satires. He went on to say that Jayeshbhai is a character without a counterpart in Hindi film, but if he had to draw comparisons with anybody in terms of mannerisms, it would be Charlie Chaplin. The comic, according to the Bajirao Mastani actor, has the capacity to take his grief and play with it. Ranveer joked that his circumstance was terrible, but he was able to cope via the power of comedy.

Ranveer Singh explained that he took on Jayeshbhai Jordaar because it allowed him to explore his favourite genre, sad comedy. Ranveer elaborated on his persona, saying, “I saw a close-up image of Chaplin during my study.” On the surface, it appears to be a hilarious photo, but if you look into his eyes, you will notice that they are filled with tears. That was my motivation for Jayesh. This image was blown up to four feet by four feet and plastered in my vanity vehicle. It provided me with all of the character cues I needed before heading out to play Jayesh.”

 

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