INDIAN SUPERSTAR RANVEER SINGH IS VISITING A PSYCHIATRIST BECAUSE HE CAN’T GET OUT OF HIS MOVIE CHARACTER

 

Ranveer Singh is the epitome of perfection. Whether it’s red carpet looks, playing a character on screen or simply being a good partner, he has proved that he deserves an award for his perfection every time he makes an appearance.

Singh has been preparing for Padmavati and he has already thrilled us with his deadly looks. His first-look poster was enough to give us an idea about the kind of efforts the actor is taking to give us an experience we’d remember for life. But looks like all of it is now taking a toll on his health.


According to a report by DNA, Singh is now visiting a psychiatrist to get out of his menacing and intense character of Sultan Alauddin Khilji.

DNA quoted a source as saying,

“Ranveer actually has his friends worried. To play Alauddin Khilji, he has been researching and exploring extreme negativity. He is a friendly, warm young man, like all of us. To become Khilji, he took the same route as he did to play Peshwa Bajirao. He locked himself up in his apartment, prepped and stayed in the head-space for weeks. Getting out of this dark, intimidating mindset wasn’t easy for him.”

He continued,

“The film has also been shot for almost a year now, so sustaining the Khilji persona was very challenging. It affected his reactions and behavior towards people. Which is why, his friends advised him to get help in emerging beyond Khilji. He is going to a psychiatrist to get rid of the Khilji influences,” 




We all have been aware of Singh’s dedication towards his roles and his films, no matter how big or small they are. Even during Bajirao, he had locked himself up inside a room to go deep into the skin of the character. With Sultan Alauddin Khilji, the role only got all the more terrifying and intense. Although we want to see the best of Singh in Padmavati, we do hope none of it happens at the cost of his health.

 


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