Ranbir Kapoor challenges Bollywood Khans...

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(added 08 Jun 2013)

Ranbir Kapoor challenges Bollywood Khans...

Bollywood always has big releases lined up for big Indian festivals and both the audience and the box office love to bask in the glory of these big festival releases. Some of the top cine stars have already booked not only the festivals of 2013 but also 2014 to release their films. It's almost always a Khan-tastic festive season in Bollywood, with Salman Khan booking the Eid dates, Shah Rukh Khan the Diwali and Aamir Khan eye Christmas to release their movies. It’s almost tradition for Aamir to unveil his movie during Christmas. It was until now - there's a new challenger in the block. And who better to challenge the Khan than next-gen Bollywood’s star — Ranbir Kapoor. Ranbir too plans to party during Christmas of 2014. His latest 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' beat Salman Khan's last release, 'Dabangg 2', with its opening-weekend collection and is still going strong at the box-office.

Having already proven his mettle with credible movies and BO collection Ranbir is now rearing with confidence. His upcoming project with Anurag Kashyap 'Bombay Velvet' (BV), will release during Christmas 2014. Ranbir has now got the stamp of a bankable star and hence decided to step into the big guys’ territory. In an interview to a website Ranbir quite presciently said in September 2012: "I don't believe in 'the next big thing'. You're either 'the big thing' or you're not. I think it creates more of a challenge to me. It makes me think 'Why am I not already the big thing?' I want to be as big as the Khans. I want to be the big star. I want to have the body of work, I want to have a fan following. I want to have it all." With 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' Ranbir Kapoor is inching closer and closer to his goal. Films like a biopic on Kishore Kumar (Besharam) and Anurag Kashyap's 'Bombay Velvet' in his kitty, Ranbir Kapoor's future only promises of success and gold!

(added 08 Jun 2013) / 1036 views

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