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Ranbir Kapoor gives witty reply when asked about the movie that made him cry

With the hashtag Chat With Ranbir, the Jagga Jasoos actor gave exciting replies to many of his fans.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: December 23, 2017 11:00 IST ]
Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor

Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor is among those celebrities who prefer to stay away from social media buzz. However, that doesn't stop their day to day activities from making news on internet. Though Ranbir is away from social media but his fan pages always make sure that Tweeple don't miss him. Recently, much to the delight of his fans, the actor decided to chat with Twitterati via one of his fan pages.

With the hashtag Chat With Ranbir, the Jagga Jasoos actor gave exciting replies to many of his fans. From opening up about Virushka's marriage to the film which made him cry, Ranbir was at wittiest best. When one of his fans said, ''hey Ranbir, Anushka’s wedding is incomplete without you singing Channa mereya. Just saying'', Ranbir said, ''I felt sad because I had no idea about it but I felt happy because I’ve never seen her so happy and beautiful''. 

Besides revealing his idea of perfect day and favourite film of 2017, Ranbir also opened about the last movie which made him cry. When the actor was asked to name the film, he said ''post Jagga Jasoos release''.

Check out some of his responses here

Virushka's wedding

 

First film that was offered

 

A person whom you troll

 

Perfect day

 

Favourite film of 2017

 

Last movie that made you cry

After closing the chat session, the fan page shared a picture and a message on behalf of Ranbir which read, ''This was beautiful. Thank you. Everybody. I’m going to do this more often. I promise. Have a Merry Christmas. And a happy happy new year. I love you. See U at the movies.''

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