Ranveer Singh‘s photoshoots are a treat to the eyes. We totally love his magazine shoots and one is always poles apart from the other. While many actors have disappointed us with their repetitive or blah photoshoots, Ranveer manages to save the year with his unique pictures. Previously the actor was seen donning a man bun for the shoot of Filmfare magazine, later he left us stunned with his red themed GQ shoot. Ranveer’s dreamy look with messy hair on Man’s World India left us wanting for more. We totally love how the actor doesn’t shy away from experimenting and it is anything but basic. In fact Ranveer has dared to pull off bold looks which no one else could. If you look back at his journey from his Band Baaja Baraat days to his Padmavati look, you will know what we are talking about. Also Read: Here’s how Ranveer Singh is promoting Gully Boy even before the release of Padmavati
Ranveer Singh graces the cover of a music magazine for the very first time. The actor will soon be seen in Gully Boy, which is based on the lives of street rappers in Mumbai. Ranveer is seen on the cover of Rolling Stone in his rapper avatar and we are totally digging it. Ranveer is seen donning a pair of casuals joggers which he paired with NMD T-Shirt and matching NMD Field Jacket. The inside picture from the shoot will grab your attention in no time. In an interview with the magazine, Ranveer opens about other fields he would like to explore. He said “I want to write film scripts, I want to try my hand at composing music, I want to be a music director and I want to direct a film. I am not a good singer, but I can rap… I wish to even have a record label. I want to be a multi-faceted creative entity.” He also spoke about the fear of being judged and said “I don’t fear being judged at all anymore. That helped me come into my own, express myself more freely—to do what I want, say what I want, wear what I want.” Check out the cover below:
Ranveer has already started prepping up for Gully Boy and is seen promoting it even before the release of the film. The actor was earlier seen stepping out in the look for his film and now even graces the cover in his Gully Boy avatar.