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My Wedding Would Be Like a Non-stop Party: Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh blows kisses at the media at the event. Photo by Yogen Shah
New Delhi: Ranveer Singh has always been open about his desire to get married at some point in life and the actor says he would like to tie the knot at an island with all his loved ones around having a blast.
The 31-year-old actor, who along with his Befikre co-star Vaani Kapoor launched the Bhangra wedding song, Khulke Dulke, from the film yesterday, said he just wants his marriage to be a non-stop party.
"My wedding would be like a non-stop party. I just want people to have a blast. I would like to have my wedding on an island, if I can afford it by then. I would like to have trance party where everybody is tripping out," Ranveer told reporters.
The lead pair of the film walked the ramp last night at the Embassy of France here for DIVA'NI, India's first cinema inspired fashion brand.
The Spring/Summer 2017 collection was all about the free spirit of dressing effortlessly in stylish ensembles that suit the carefree yet elegant bride and groom. Ranveer and Vaani walked the ramp in golden and beige outfit teamed with golden and white sneakers. The actors are sporting the same ensemble in the song which has been shot at Parisian monument, Sacre Coeur.
Befikre is a romantic-comedy directed by Aditya Chopra and Ranveer said working in a romantic movie is way more difficult than a period film. "One would imagine that a film like Befikre which is a breezy romantic comedy would be easy. But taking from what one of my colleagues said recently, sometimes these films are even more difficult.
"Sometimes, in period films where you have distinctive characters and all their traits are there for you, it is easy to get into those characters. Here (romantic film) you got to put in your own personality and hope that it is good enough to engage people," he said.
Befikre will hit the theatres on December 9.
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