Currently, Ranveer Singh is enjoying massive success with Karan Johar’s directorial film ‘Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani’, amidst this an old interview video is doing rounds on the internet that sparks speculations among the netizens of him indirectly shading the actress Kangana Ranaut.
In a 2022 interview with Anupama Chopra, Ranveer shared that he sometimes helps in writing his own lines for movies and also tweaks them to remember. Further, he shared unlike other actors how he does not like to take credit for his improvises.
In a video shared on Reddit captioned as “Is he shading Kangu? Or somebody else?”, the Gully Boy actor said, “He (Karan Johar) said I will give additional dialogue credit (for Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani). But I was like ‘No no I don’t want that’. It’s our (actors’) responsibility to take something and better it. If you can’t, what are you doing there. So, I don’t want any additional dialogue credit. I know there are some actors who have taken it, but this is not my style.”
Watch the Viral Video below:
Netizens guess that he is indirectly speaking about the actress Kangana Ranaut, an user commented, “Kangana ki bezzati (You insulted Kangana). Rant on Instagram coming for you Ranveer!” Another one commented, “Now Kangana on Instagram: ‘These mafias have been jealous of how complete as an’artist I am. They don’t have the guts to directly call my name because they are afraid of me.”
While few others were not sure if he was talking about her only, one user wrote, “He probably never ever even thinks about Kangana remotely let alone care enough to shade her.” Defending Kangana, another commented, “Kangana didn’t demand dialogue credit on Queen (2013), she herself said Anurag Kashyap gave it to her as she had improvised a lot and he felt she deserved credit… there’s nothing wrong to get credited for something an actor has done.” A comment also read, “Kangana got additional dialogue credit for Queen and she truly deserved it.”
For the unversed, Kangana Ranaut had co-written the dialogues with dialogue writer Anvita Dutt for her 2013 film Queen, who was initially roped in to work solo on the project.