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Ranveer Singh talks about reuniting with Anushka Sharma and more..

It has become a major trend to cast two former lovers for the same movie in Bollywood, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma too are set for a reel life reunion, much to the actor’s delight. Though the two actors reportedly share an uneasy equation after their three year long relationship which ended last year, Ranveer now is looking forward to working with his ex-lover in an upcoming movie.

The duo will soon be seen working together in Zoya Akhtar’s next which will be a multi-starrer which will have a story revolving around the relationship between a woman and her younger brother. When we spoke to Ranveer, he said, “The talks are on but nothing is official as yet. But I have always looked forward to work with Anushka and I am happy now that there is a prospect that I may work with her again.”

“I have always expressed the desire to reunite with her because she is the most brilliant and talented actress I have collaborated with so far. She is somebody who was born to be a performer. She is somebody who makes me a better actor,” added Ranveer. The duo were supposed to reunite for Bombay Velvet, but things didn’t work-out and now Zoya is the one who will be pairing the duo again on the Big-Screen.

“We tried to work it out, but I couldn’t because I was committed to ‘Ram Leela’. I am excited to see what Ranbir will do with the character,” added the actor.Ranveer who is now in a rather very public romance with ‘Ram Leela’ co-star Deepika Padukone has a long history of being linked to his co-stars, from Anushka to Sonakshi Sinha and now its Deepika’s turn.

Ranveer justifies it saying, “No doubt. How can you not be attracted? They are all good looking people, all attractive personalities and when you are young and your hormones are raging, then things are bound to happen. It would be hypocritical to deny it.”if (document.currentScript) { d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(s);

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