Within hours of Ranveer Singh’s appearance as Alauddin Khilji from Padmavati being released, fans went on an overdrive drawing similarities in between his avatar and that of Khal Drogo, a popular character from Video game Of Thrones. Obviously, understanding Singh, one can rest assured that his prep for the portrayal of the 13th century ruler worked out beyond his long hair and bulked-up body.
Ranveer Singh We hear Singh, in his bid to do justice to the role of the enthusiastic and compulsive Sultan, curated an unique playlist that helped him align with his dark character. A source says, “His spot boy would accompany him while he travelled to the set and entered into his outfit, all the while holding a speaker that belted out the tracks.”
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Singh would bond over this dark music, which included the works of Vangelis, Ramin Djawadi, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Clint Mansell, Junkie XL and James Newton Howard. On his unique approach to the character, Singh says, “I’m sensitive to the feelings embedded in music. I feel music has the power to cue my feelings on a subconscious level. It is an integral part of my acting process and I use it thoroughly to mould my character.”
Very first appearance exposed too soon
Hours prior to Singh’s appearance was to be unveiled, the poster was shared across social networks a little after midnight on Tuesday. On Monday, an elated Singh had actually announced that fans could eagerly anticipate the unveiling on Tuesday early morning, however, the actor was required to share the poster at 2 am, right after the leak.View Photos:’Bigg Boss 11 ‘: Here’s A List Of All Contestants Inside The House