Check OUT! Some unknown facts about ‘Bajirao’ Ranveer Singh


Ranveer Singh is an Indian cinema actor who emerges in Hindi films. He was born on 6th July 1985 in Mumbai. He taken his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington and after which he came back to India to continue his career in Bollywood. Ranveer Singh made his first Bollywood debut in 2010 with the main role in Yash Raj Films Band Baaja Baaraat and his co-star in this film was Anushka sharma. He also got the Filmfare Award in the Best Male Debut category. And then after he has given many other films to Indian film industry. Here are some unknown facts about the actor:

Earlier actor Ranveer Singh who once aspired to play for Giles Shield during his school days was rejected by cricketer Mohinder Amaranath.

At the Global Citizen Festival, the actor will be performing to a medley of his own chartbuster songs alongside Coldplay and Jay Z. 

Ranveer Singh is the brand ambassador of a Chinese food brand. Reports claim that the packaged food brand earned huge profits after Ranveer signed as their ambassador.

Ranveer once thought about changing his name owing to its similarity to Ranbir Kapoor’s name.

Ranveer started his career as a Copywriter for the well-known advertising agency – O&M.

Ranveer Singh is Sonam Kapoor’s cousin. Sonam Kapoor’s mother is Ranveer’s aunt.

Apart from the above mentioned, he is also an amazing rapper.

Ranveer Singh and Ahana Deol were college mates and are still good friends.

Ranveer Singh was the first choice for the lead role in Bombay Velvet, but as his dates were not available, the role went to Ranbir Kapoor.

Ranveer is a mumma’s boy and considers sister to be his second mother.

Ranveer is the only debutant casted by YashRaj as a solo hero in a movie.

Ranveer’s finances are taken care of by his father as he has zero financial acumen.

The three mentors of his life are his father, his first producer Adtiya Chopra and his first director Maneesh Sharma.

Ranveer rejected three movies before choosing Band Baaja Baarat as his debut film.