“Nothing matters anymore, and everything does, at the same time. I am scared to even talk about it, because it fills you up so much. You have this fear: will this go away? But in the back of my mind I know this is the one thing which will live with me eternally till the day I die. The amount of love, joy and gratefulness that I feel, I haven’t felt that towards anything, any person, any movie, anything professionally,” Ranbir told a news website.
When the actor was asked about not being in his ‘dad bod’ phase, he said that he wouldn’t mind putting on weight if he weren’t an actor. He also added that actors don’t get to enjoy their lives while stressing on being healthy as a priority.
“If I was not an actor, I wouldn’t care if I put on weight or anything. I think everybody should be healthy. You should eat and sleep well. But you should also enjoy a little bit in life. Actors are starving (humans). Every actor is unhappy because they don’t get the food they want to eat. So, from the outside, it all looks glamorous and cool, but on the inside, we are just pained,” he said.
On the work front, Ranbir will be next seen in Luv Ranjan’s Tu Jhooti Main Makkaar alongside Shraddha Kapoor. He also has Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s upcoming directorial Animal opposite Rashmika Mandanna. He is reportedly in talks for Kishore Kumar and Sourav Ganguly’s biopic.
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