When media had come to know about Ranbir Kapoor-Katrina Kaif's
lovestory, it had become the talk of the town! And in the similar
way, their break-up stories is making the headlines everywhere!
So, what's new now? We will tell you!
In a recent interview with Vogue, from when did he fall for her
to what she means to him, Ranbir Kapoor made many romantic
confessions about his ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif and his
Hit The Slides Below To Read His Romantic Confessions
& Also See Their Rare Pics From APKGK Days:
Ranbir's Romantic Confession
Ranbir revealed to Vogue, when did he fall for Katrina
Kaif and said, "It (Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani) had simple
storytelling, it had heart, and I also fell in love during that
film, with Katrina."
Ranbir On Katrina
"Katrina, after my parents, has been the most inspiring
and motivating factor in my life. Period," told the Ajab Prem Ki
Ghazab Kahani actor.
Reason Behind The Break-up
"That is too dear to me and there is no explanation,
there is nothing I can tell you about it. Nobody will understand
it. And I don't want to sell it."
Ranbir On His Professional Life
The actor opened up about his professional as well as
personal life in an interview taken by Vogue India journalist Raja
Sen for the magazine's September 2016 issue.
Ranbir Appreciates Alia & Fawad
Ranbir has lauded his contempories for taking up risky
roles -- be it Alia Bhatt in "Udta Punjab" or Fawad in "Kapoor
Ranbir To Play Homosexual?
Asked if he would play a homosexual, Ranbir said, "Sure,
but now it's already been done. Now he's (Fawad has) opened the
door and it's easy for us to walk through it. But earlier...I must
honestly say, I might have turned it down."
Ranbir Willing To Play Second Lead
He is also willing to play a second lead in a movie, but
conditions apply. He said, "Suppose tomorrow Rajkumar Hirani offers
me the part of Circuit in the new 'Munna Bhai', I would play it and
try my best to do justice."
ADHM, Jagga Jasoos & Dragon
Ranbir is currently living with his grandmother Krishna
in her bungalow here and training for Ayan Mukerji's Dragon. He
awaits the release of Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, and also
has Anurag Basu's long-gestating film Jagga Jasoos lined
Ranbir's Busy Schedule
In February, after Dragon, he hopes to start shooting
for Rajkumar Hirani's next, a biopic of actor Sanjay
Ranbir's Several Highs & Lows
Since his debut with Saawariya, Ranbir has seen several
highs and lows. He was applauded for films like Wake Up Sid,
Barfi!, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, and was censured for duds like
Besharam and Bombay Velvet.
Referring to his current shoot-less days, Ranbir said: "I think
I could have an alcohol problem. It is a visual medium and I have
to look after myself. When I shoot, when I work, I don't drink. But
when I'm not shooting...".
Directing a film is something Ranbir has for long expressed
interest in. But the actor says there is still time for him to get
to the director's chair.
"Look, I know how a film is made, but a director has to find the method to tell the story he has to tell. I'm not, because I'm lazy and acting is taking up my time and I don't have a story, I can't write," he said.