Ranveer Singh is one of the most talented and energetic actors we have today in our Bollywood industry. Be it any movie or award function or any other appearance he makes in some reality show or events, he just gives all of him and is really loved by the audience. His capability to walk as the proudest and most loving B-town hubby to his gorgeous wife and equally talented Deepika Padukone.
He featured last in Gully Boy and we are still in the trip of the gully and her character ‘Murad’. Although, there is news coming in that he is bringing to life something even more incredible, his passion project – `IncInk’. according to the reports, he collaborated with an ace filmmaker Navzer Eranee and DJ Cheetah for an independent music label.
The Padmaavat star made an official announcement just a month after portraying the character of a slum rapper in the Zoya Akhtar’s directorial ‘Gully Boy’. The artists with whom he worked in Gully Boy including ‘Kaam Bhari, Slow Cheetah and Spitfire are the present talents under this music label, which will be headed by the musicians Anushka Manchanda and Shikhar Manchanda.
Nevertheless, amongst all the tweets filled with best wishes and congratulations, there was a tweet that caught our eyes. It was none other than maestro A R Rahman’s. The musical genius was seemingly impressed and had taken to Twitter to claim that he wants to sign up for the collective too!
Ranveer Singh was excited enough to jump high and show his excitement. Just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, Ranveer replied to his tweet in his own unique style. See the Video Below:
— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) March 30, 2019
On a serious note, can anyone imagine how fierce would it be if they both joined hands to create a new history?
At the launch event of the label, Ranveer disclosed that he has something for the underground music of the country. He said,
“INCINK literally means writing your own story and I’m inspired and thrilled to be starting this passion project that aims to affect social change. I hope that we can present some of the strongest, boldest voices of the Indian youth to the world.” He added further, “Remixes are great but it has to coexist with original music. 50 years later, we need something to mix.”
Moreover, the Oscar-winning music composer is working on the Hindi track for MCU’s Avengers: Endgame. It will be released on 1st April.