Ranbir Kapoor admits stalking contemporaries including Katrina Kaif
Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor finally admits what we have known all along -- he holds ghost accounts on social media platform Instagram to track contemporaries, including former lover Katrina Kaif
Ranbir Kapoor stays away from social media. His reticent nature doesn't gel with a platform that demands exhibitionism. However, he also believes it's an effective tool to track what his contemporaries in the film industry are up to. Kapoor revealed what we have suspected for a while. He is on Instagram, but not as himself.
Kapoor says he holds anonymous accounts on social media platforms, which is a smart way of tracking the work and lives of his contemporaries, including former girlfriend Katrina Kaif. After getting on to Instagram in April, she has turned prolific with her posts, offering daily, if not hourly updates.
In fact, Kapoor says he has more than one Insta account. "Yes, I am active on the photo-sharing site. I am a stalker, constantly aware of all that's happening in the industry. In fact, I was Katrina's third follower when she joined Instagram," says the Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani actor.
The actor adds that some of the pictures that Kaif posted were his suggestions. "I told her which photos to post, but she refuses to give me credit. After every post, I call her and discuss the purpose of sharing it. I make sure Katrina takes social media seriously. I am also sure I would do a better job than her if I ever got onto social media," he says, we are not sure if in jest or seriously.
Why not take the plunge then? "I am an introvert," he says, "Shy. I can't pretend, or project my life in a fun way to engage the audience. I can't get myself to promote my work and person for the sake of doing it." Is that a comment on his own self or Kaif? Your guess is as good as ours.
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