Now, ready with his period drama "Lootera", Ranveer Singh does not believe in competing with anyone because he feels acting is a subjective art hence cannot be compared.
"I am an actor... I am an artist. What I do is subjective. It can't be quantified and can't be considered as competition," he said at the film's promotional event.
"I don't consider myself part of a competition. There is no one better or worse. What you take away from a film or performance must be different than someone elses. I don't view it as a competition," he added.
Ranveer describes Vikramaditya Motwane-directed "Lootera", coming out July 5, as typical Mills & Boon fantasy. Recently, he and his co-star Sonakshi Sinha launched "Lootera" - Mills & Boon' Collector's Pack.
"It is a romantic fantasy - the kind of love you read in Mills & Boon. It does not exist anymore. It is a story you don't have in your life, so you aspire for it. The most Mills & Boon thing I have done in my life is played by my character in 'Lootera'," he said.
Busy promoting "Lootera", Ranveer is "anxious, excited and a whole lot of things".
"I am promoting the film everywhere and on every platform to let people know about the film. It will be a cinematic experience," said the actor.