Ranbir Kapoor Reveals He Would Have Loved To Do This South Indian Movie, He Even Made The Iconic Gesture

As part of the Shamshera promotion, Yash Raj Films has been releasing one video after another with Ranbir Kapoor answering many questions. In one such query the actor reveals that if he could, he would have starred in a South Indian Film.

Allu Arjun’s Role

As part of the Shamshera promotion, the production house has been releasing one video after another with Ranbir Kapoor talking about films, his favorite villains, and more such personal information.


In one such video, Ranbir is asked about the one recent film that he would have loved to do. “What is a role you wish you’d have done recently?” He replied, “A role that I wish I’d done recently would be Pushpa.” He also imitated Allu Arjun’s trademark pose with a puppy from the movie. Further, he also revealed that he would love to work with SS Rajamouli.

Pup It Up with Ranbir Kapoor

He was also asked about his all-time favorite book and movie. “All-time favorite book, well there are many — Ramayan, Jaya by Devdutt Pattanaik, The Alchemist, Songs My Mother Taught Me by Marlon Brando,” Ranbir revealed. He went on to reveal that ‘Home Alone’ is his comfort movie, while the most influential person in his life is his ‘awesome mother’ Neetu Kapoor.

Revealing what makes him happy, Ranbir is said that spending time with his wife (Alia Bhatt) makes him the happiest. Talking about his lesser-known hobbies Ranbir disclosed that he’s recently started playing golf and loves to read.


Answering what his Instagram bio would be had he been on the photo-sharing platform, Ranbir said it would be, “I’m wise enough to be a fool” or ‘Find your fire.”

Here’s the full video: