Ranveer Singh considering other career options already
Friday, November 30, 2012 17:14 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Actor Ranveer Singh may be only two films old in Bollywood but he has already decided he wants to go behind the camera one day.

"Hopefully, I will direct a film some day and I will pay tribute to some of my idols who have been actor-directors," the 27-year-old said here Thursday at a special screening of "Talaash".

Ranveer made the remark especially in the context of actor Aamir Khan, who is also a producer and turned director with "Taare Zameen Par".

Meanwhile, Ranveer is sporting a new look. He has a moustache for the film "Ram Leela".

Asked if he has been receiving compliments for it, he said: "Best compliment, girls say, 'You look cute'."

Being directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, "Ram Leela" stars Deepika Padukone opposite him.
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