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Ranveer Singh is 'extremely comfortable' with nudity

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In a recent interview with a popular daily, Ranveer Singh confessed that he has no problem with nudity and is extremely comfortable in his skin.

The 31-year-old was asked if he found it awkward shooting a particular 'Befikre' scene in briefs to which he confessed, "I have no problem with nudity. I am not an exhibitionist, I am extremely comfortable in my skin."

The 'Bajirao Mastani' star wowed the audience with a stunning performance in the recently released trailer of his upcoming 'Befikre' starring opposite Vaani Kapoor.

The bold trailer shows Ranveer kissing Vaani and flaunting his body while walking in just a red brief and a cowboy hat.

"People say 'actors nange hote hai' but that doesn't mean they are literally naked. It means when an actor is performing it is completely convincing, but they are acting, they don't really feel it," he said.

Ranveer also said that he had a point to make wearing that brief in 'Befikre.'

"My wearing the speedo is just the physical aspect of it and it means very little as opposed to what I am actually putting out there. I am naked to another level and it has more to do with my soul. If you wear your soul, you can't be more naked than that," he reasoned.

Aditya Chopra's 'Befikre' is slated to release on December 9 this year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ranveer Singh is 'extremely comfortable' with nudity

In a recent interview with a popular daily, Ranveer Singh confessed that he has no problem with nudity and is extremely comfortable in his skin.The 31-year-old was asked if he found it awkward shooting a particular 'Befikre' scene in briefs to which he confessed, "I have no problem with nudity. I am not an exhibitionist, I am extremely comfortable in my skin."The 'Bajirao Mastani' star wowed the audience with a stunning performance in the recently released trailer of his upcoming 'Befikre' starring opposite Vaani Kapoor.The bold trailer shows Ranveer kissing Vaani and flaunting his body while walking in just a red brief and a cowboy hat."People say 'actors nange hote hai' but that doesn't mean they are literally naked. It means when an actor is performing it is completely convincing, but they are acting, they don't really feel it," he said.Ranveer also said that he had a point to make wearing that brief in 'Befikre.'"My wearing the speedo is just the physical aspect of it and it means ...

In a recent interview with a popular daily, Ranveer Singh confessed that he has no problem with nudity and is extremely comfortable in his skin.

The 31-year-old was asked if he found it awkward shooting a particular 'Befikre' scene in briefs to which he confessed, "I have no problem with nudity. I am not an exhibitionist, I am extremely comfortable in my skin."

The 'Bajirao Mastani' star wowed the audience with a stunning performance in the recently released trailer of his upcoming 'Befikre' starring opposite Vaani Kapoor.

The bold trailer shows Ranveer kissing Vaani and flaunting his body while walking in just a red brief and a cowboy hat.

"People say 'actors nange hote hai' but that doesn't mean they are literally naked. It means when an actor is performing it is completely convincing, but they are acting, they don't really feel it," he said.

Ranveer also said that he had a point to make wearing that brief in 'Befikre.'

"My wearing the speedo is just the physical aspect of it and it means very little as opposed to what I am actually putting out there. I am naked to another level and it has more to do with my soul. If you wear your soul, you can't be more naked than that," he reasoned.

Aditya Chopra's 'Befikre' is slated to release on December 9 this year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ranveer Singh is 'extremely comfortable' with nudity

In a recent interview with a popular daily, Ranveer Singh confessed that he has no problem with nudity and is extremely comfortable in his skin.

The 31-year-old was asked if he found it awkward shooting a particular 'Befikre' scene in briefs to which he confessed, "I have no problem with nudity. I am not an exhibitionist, I am extremely comfortable in my skin."

The 'Bajirao Mastani' star wowed the audience with a stunning performance in the recently released trailer of his upcoming 'Befikre' starring opposite Vaani Kapoor.

The bold trailer shows Ranveer kissing Vaani and flaunting his body while walking in just a red brief and a cowboy hat.

"People say 'actors nange hote hai' but that doesn't mean they are literally naked. It means when an actor is performing it is completely convincing, but they are acting, they don't really feel it," he said.

Ranveer also said that he had a point to make wearing that brief in 'Befikre.'

"My wearing the speedo is just the physical aspect of it and it means very little as opposed to what I am actually putting out there. I am naked to another level and it has more to do with my soul. If you wear your soul, you can't be more naked than that," he reasoned.

Aditya Chopra's 'Befikre' is slated to release on December 9 this year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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