Happy being ladies' man

Happy being ladies' man

But the newbie, who is on a promotional spree for his latest release Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, says he is not a Casanova.

Rather, he prefers being called a “ladies’ man”, having starred opposite four leading ladies — Anushka Sharma, Parineeti Chopra, Aditi Sharma and Dipannita Sharma — in his upcoming film.

“It feels great to be termed as a ladies’ man but that does not mean I am a Casanova, at least not in personal life. People tend to confuse the real me with the reel me. It was a thrill during my teenage years when I was dating more than two girls at a time but that is a thing of the past,” said Ranveer.

His onscreen chemistry with actress Anushka Sharma has been much talked about since his debut film Band Baaja Baraat. Now even for this second film, he is paired opposite her, which has set the rumour mills working.

“I think these things are inevitable. I did a film with Anushka and I admit that our on-screen chemistry is extraordinary. When I began my career, she was my only close friend. We catch movies together and grab a meal after shoots. But beyond that, there is no relationship. We are still great friends. Doesn’t she deserve someone better than me? She is beautiful, intelligent and independent,” he said.

Besides, on a chat show, Sonakshi Sinha had praised Ranveer and shown interest in working with him. She even went on to say that she would love to date the actor. Later, at the IIFA awards in Toronto this year, when the two had a blast while performing on stage, it fuelled talks of their ‘closeness’. Now both will be seen together in director Vikramaditya Motwane’s next outing Lootera.

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