Ranveer Singh Calls Charlie Chaplin The ‘Pioneer Of Tragic Humour’: “He Presented The Dark Realities”
Bollywood star Ranveer Singh, whose most recent film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar dropped in venues on Friday, has an inclination for various types of humor, all the more so heartbreaking humor and parody which the film relies on. For his purposes, parody and grievous humor are sharp weapons for making a social analysis even with an emergency.
The entertainer, who has forever been a “storage room author” and has prior functioned as a publicist with publicizing organization Ogilvy and Mather, addressed IANS about the specialty of parody, the reference point for ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’, his chief Divyang Thakkar and the essayist in himself who’s continually working even while acting before the camera.
‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ is a parody, a first for Ranveer as an entertainer. Uncovering how enhancing the experience was for him to work in the set up of ironical parody, Ranveer Singh shares, “I love parody. I’m a storage room author too so parody, unfortunate humor and dark satire are a portion of my #1 topics of humor as an essayist. There is something about parody that I totally love. At the point when you have such a great amount to express when there is a social editorial to be made and it’s told in the most diverting ways it abruptly changes the condition altogether.”