Gully Boy star Ranveer Singh opens up about the rap revolution in India; Here's what he has to say

Gully Boy actor Ranveer Singh recently talked about the rap culture taking birth in India. Check out what he said.
News,Ranveer SinghGully Boy star Ranveer Singh opens up about the rap revolution in India; Here's what he has to say
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Bollywood's energy house Ranveer Singh made his mark this year with Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy. By playing the role of a street rapper religiously, the actor brought a new encouraging era of rap and hip hop culture. Recently, when Ranveer was asked about this rap revolution in India, he said, "The time of Hindustani rap/hip hop has come and this is the much-needed explosion in the music scene of India. These are exciting times for original music in India and rap/hip-hop is a huge refresher. Hindustani Rap/hip hop is no longer an underground music scene. It has become the language of the youth and it is the biggest thing happening in Indian culture today."
He further added, "India has always produced spectacular original content and now is the time for rap/hip hop and the incredible artists whose poetry is speaking of a revolution. They are the poets of our generation and the youth is listening to what they have to say. Hindustani Rap/hip hop is here to stay and it is the voice of India that you can’t just ignore."
On the professional front, Ranveer Singh is currently shooting for his upcoming sports drama '83, in which he wil don the role of legendary cricketer Kapil Dev. The film also stars Deepika Padukone, who will be playing his on-screen wife Romi Dev. Helmed by Kabir Khan, it is scheduled to hit the theatres on 10 April, 2020 in three languages namely Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. '83 is based on the 1983 world cup, won by India under Kapil Dev's captaincy.

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