Performer Ranveer Singh says he is very traditional when it comes to connections although his onscreen connections – be it with Deepika Padukone or Vaani Kapoor – are in stark contrast.
"A romantic relationship has many layers. One shouldn't put a tag or put it in a box. There is generational gap in the way relationships are today. I grew up in an age where there was less of social media and all. I am traditional in relationships. Our film represents today's generation," Ranveer, 31, told reporters at an event to dispatch a melody from Befikre.
His co-star in the film, Vaani says she is conventional when it comes to connections. "I feel I am conventional when it comes to relationships. I don't expect and demand things. I am simple that way," she said.
On the kissing scenes with Vaani in Befikre, Ranveer said: "There is the feeling of love in it (kisses). Anyone who is smart will understand and not take it badly. There are various types of kisses in a film. No one will cringe when they will watch it. What will family and companions will think? I have done a U/A certificate film (referring to certificate given by CBFC)."
It is for the first time that the Band Baaja Baaraat on-screen character worked with Vaani and he thinks she is a hard working, sweet young lady.
"She is a sweetheart, she is a sweet girl. She is lovely. She brings great amount of energy to a film set. It's exhilarating and rare that there is someone whose energy infects me, energies me. She is always in the moment. She works hard, she is passionate about acting," he said.
Aditya Chopra-directed Befikre is slated to discharge on December 9.