Gully Boy: Ranveer Singh prepped with Divine and Naezy for 10 months to work on his singing skills

Gully Boy sure looks impressive, and with the latest song release, one can only wonder how much efforts did Ranveer Singh put into the film.
Gully Boy: Ranveer Singh prepped with Divine and Naezy for 10 months to work on his singing skillsGully Boy: Ranveer Singh prepped with Divine and Naezy for 10 months to work on his singing skills
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Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's Gully Boy has been creating waves ever since the first poster of the film came out. What followed was a series of songs, pictures, and trailer of the film, which has made it a must watch already. There is no doubting that Ranveer has gone that extra mile in this film, and well, it isn't just on acting that he worked upon. Yes, that is right. Looks like we have many multi-talented actors in B-town, and Ranveer is one of those who can act and rap well.

While that is obviously the truth, what is not known is how much efforts did Ranveer put into the songs that have now been a hit with the audiences. Ranveer has crooned 4 songs for the film, and while the same could have been done by rappers, he wanted to bring authenticity to his character, and among the films that belong to him is also a remake version of Divine and Naezy's Meri Gully Mein. A source told Mid-day, Ranveer worked with both Naezy and Divine along with other rappers for 10 long months to get it all right and they helped him comprehend the intricacies of rapping.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Singh also told the characters emotions had to be conveyed through the songs, and that it was rather important as well as needed. He further said how all the construction of performance in a reaction to what surrounds him, and to channelise his range in music is something that took him months to get right.

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