Ranveer Singh and Rajkummar Rao can't praise each other enough; here's what they have to say to each other

Here's what Ranveer Singh had Rajkummar Rao wrote for each other in a Twitter conversation.
Ranveer Singh and Rajkummar Rao can't praise each other enough; here's what they have to say to each otherRanveer Singh and Rajkummar Rao can't praise each other enough; here's what they have to say to each other
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2018 has been a great year for Bollywood and it has not only given us some of the best films, but has also given actors who have the ability to outdo their own selves. And among all those actors who got huge recognition in the past year includes the likes of Vicky Kaushal, Rajkummar Rao, and many others. And while they have given some of the best films, our very own, Ranveer Sigh has had a great year too, and apart from the happy news of his marriage he also performed extremely well at the box office with Padmaavat followed by Simmba.

And well, looks like the actors of the current day and age not only forward thinking but are also great at grand gestures. And in a twitter conversation, Rajkummar Rao and Ranveer Singh couldn't seem to get enough of each other ad left comments for each other that we think sure was extremely sweet. It was first Ranveer who tweeted in a reply to a thread, 'Kalakaar ho to Rajkummar jaisa (If there has to be an artist, must be like Rajkummar), and he replied to this thread saying 'Nahi bhai, Ranveer jaisa (no brother, more like ranveer).'

And we think that this is what it has all come down to, recognizing real talent, and not just acting as peers with a smiling face on, but also recognize each other's work, and credit wherever due. Both Rajkummar and Ranveer are obviously extreme actors and we bet there is no doubting that, but e think this was cute.

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The nice thing about the younger male stars of this generation who are doing well is that they all seem to genuinely like one another, unlike most of the women.

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