When Deepika was asked about her RK tattoo, Ranbir came to her rescue

Ranbir Kapoor, the son of Rishi Kapoor, is a Bollywood actor who drew the attention of many Bollywood Divas with his charm and is also one of India’s most eligible bachelors. With his charismatic appearance and gentle skill, he became very appealing to females.

One of the superstars of this generation, Ranbir Kapoor has constantly delivered some mind-boggling performances since his debut less than a decade ago. Now he finds himself as one of the finest actors in the business. He is one of the highest-paid actors in the Bollywood film industry.

He recently hogged the limelight after he revealed he didn’t charge money for Barhmastra Part 1. Yes, you read it right! Brahmastra has been labelled a hit at the box office.

Ranbir Kapoor gave a clear reply. “Aapne jo prashna pucha ki maine kuch charge kiya ya nhi kiya, actually maine kiya (You asked if I charged anything or not, actually I did). This is an equity I have for life, I’m also part producer of the film. Meri nazariya aur soch long run hai (I am thinking more long term). Maine part one me paese nhi liye (I didn’t charge for part 1) but eventually jo faith aur belief hai ki 3 parts m jo yeh film bana sakti hai (but the faith that I have about the amount that the film will make over three parts), that is beyond anything I’d get as an actor, price as an actor.”

When Deepika was asked about her RK tattoo, Ranbir came to her rescue

When Deepika was asked about her RK tattoo, Ranbir came to her rescue

Meanwhile, in 2008, Deepika stunned everyone when she decided to get Ranbir’s initials tattooed on the nape of her neck. However, the two parted ways soon after. As years progressed, Deepika Padukone married Ranveer Singh whereas Ranbir Kapoor married Alia Bhatt.

When Deepika was asked if she would be get inked again for the promotion of Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, it was when Ranbir Kapoor silenced the reporter.

“I don’t think any actor in the film fraternity does things for promoting and marketing of a film. We also have a personal life. We do things for a film, but when we go home, we have a life, parents, family, friends. So you should respect that,” Ranbir said.