Ranbir Kapoor garnered quite a lot of critical acclaim and awards for his lovely portrayal of the lead character Barfi! In fact, most of his recent onscreen characters seem to have quirky names.
A candid shot of Ranbir Kapoor on the sets of Besharam.
The news is that Ranbir's character in the under production film Besharam is named Pepsi.
Interestingly, while Ranbir's onscreen name in the Abhinav Kashyap's film is Pepsi, in real life he also endorses the cola brand of the same name.
First look: Ranbir Kapoor in Besharam
Abhinav Kashyap is out with a very colourful first look of Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Besharam. The Kapoor lad is seen in a rustic avatar, wearing a yellow printed shirt and sitting in the boot space of a pink car.
The tagline, Na Samman Ka Moh, Na Apmaan Ka Bhay, suggests Ranbir will be seen in a bindass role.
Ranbir will sport a macho look in this film. "He will need to put on some muscle as he will be shooting quite a few fighting sequences," Pradeep Bhatia, the actor's trainer, from Elixir Fitness, Andheri, Mumbai told HT Cafe. PIC HERE
Ranbir Kapoor goes muscular for Abhinav Kashyap’s Besharm
Ranbir Kapoor, who has just finished shooting for Ayan Mukerji’s Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani with Deepika Padukone, seems to be on a roll. Without taking a break, the actor now has started preparing for his role in director Abhinav Kashyap’s next. And for the part of a rustic hero in Besharm, he is now preparing to lose his lean look. READ
The Kapoors coming together in Besharam?
If reports are to be believed Kapoor Khandhan's lad Ranbir Kapoor will soon be seen on-screen with his parents, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor in director Abhinav Kashyap's next directorial venture, Besharam. According to sources, Abhinav has recently narrated the script to Rishi Kapoor and will soon be narrating it to Neetu as well. The source said, "Rishi Kapoor liked the story and his part in the film. Abhinav thought of casting Neetuji in the movie later, after he was sure that the role was substantial enough to offer her." VIDEO
Ranbir and Pallavi