Ranveer Singh’s Trainer, Lloyd Stevens, shared a picture of Ranveer working on his body for director Rohit Shetty’s upcoming film Simmba, where he will be seen playing the role of an inspector for the first time in his career. The actor has started shooting in Hyderabad and is beefing up to look like a tough cop. Lloyd caption to the photo was, “Safe to say Inspector #Simmba is putting on some decent muscle mass @ranveersingh #badass #cop – #beastmode #ranveersingh #bollywood #muscle #fitness #nutrition #gym #consistency #menshealth #mensfitness #trainhard #trainsmart #fit #wellness #positivevibes #positiveenergy” In the picture, Ranveer is seen working out religiously and putting on some muscle mass.
While in an interview with the leading entertainment daily, he talked about working with Rohit, “I am so lucky to be working with Rohit Shetty, he is the king of masala films. People are looking forward to us working together and I am happy to see that kind of excitement level. These are the types of films I have grown up watching. Masala films are in my blood and I’m very excited to be working in Simmba. Better who than Rohit Shetty, the king of that genre, so I m definitely looking forward.” Take a look at Ranveer’s bulked up body for Simmba below:
His fans, excited about his film and his bulky body, commented on the picture saying, “Oh my!!! He is bulking up nicely. We are ever ready to be arrested by this badass cop.” Another said, “Damn what a nice form keep up the good work and stay focused.” Simmba will be ’s debut film and she will be seen opposite Ranveer. The film also has Sonu Sood playing a negative role. While Sara is working on her upcoming film, Janhvi Kapoor has released the trailer of her debut film Dhadak, which received 30 million views in 48 hours. Ranveer will also be seen in Zoya Akhtar’s film Gully Boy, opposite Alia Bhatt.
Right after Ranveer is done with these two films, the actor will start working on Kabir Khan’s ’83, where he will play the role of Kapil Dev, the legendary Indian cricketer.