In an interview to DNA, Ranveer Kapoor and Deepika Padukone were asked, as to who prefers what, Briefs or Boxers? To this, Deepika answered "Boxers" and Ranbir said "Briefs." However, you will be surprised to read Deepika's response after hearing Ranbir's reply. Deepika went ahead and said to her ex-boyfriend Ranbir, "Lies... rubbish.. He has the cutest boxers by the way!" (hmmm...we wonder what Katrina Kaif has to say on this!)
In the same interview, Ranbir Kapoor also revealed why he does not believe in promoting his movie on reality shows, ''There are two ways to it. We don't know if people have gone to see the film because the film's content is good or because we went to promote it on a particular reality show.''
''Aamir Khan is against going on reality shows. He says when you go on reality shows the audience is seeing you as a star. That's necessarily not going to convert into ticket sales. When you go to a mall and you wave out to fans, those people are seeing you as a star,'' he said.
Ranbir Kapoor further added, ''Unless your content and music and your desirability of a story is good, that is going to reflect in your box-office collections. So there is no tried and tested formula, but that's become the norm. Everyone does it, so you have to follow suit because there's a lot of money involved.''
''It's the producers' call, and actors can't take that stand. I don't think we have cracked marketing completely. We now have digital platforms where the reach is so large. I think soon that breaking point is going to come in and we may be able to finally figure what marketing is all about,'' the Tamasha actor said.
Ranbir Kapoor And Deepika Padukone
When asked, ''When was the last time you created a tamasha or made a scene?'', the Gorgeous Deepika Padukone said, ''He does it everyday. When he does not get his lunch.''
On The Sets Of Tamasha
When asked the same from Ranbir Kapoor, he said, ''Tamasha is used in a negative way sometimes, but it is misunderstood. It's also a positive way of saying entertainment, spectacle, etc, but if you're asking me in a negative way, I am non-violent, not interfering person.''
Tamasha actor Ranbir Kapoor further added, ''It's being projected that there are lot of interesting things happening in my life but it's pretty much a uni- dimensional life. There's not much happening.''
When asked in the interview, ''What is romance?'', Tamasha actress Deepika Padukone said, ''I don't like compartmentalising feeling and emotions, I don't know if there's a difference between love and romance.''
Deepika Padukone added, ''It can mean different things to different people, but I really hope that everyone gets to experience that feeling at some point in their life in the true sense because like I said, it is truly the best experience in the world.''