Ranbir Kapoor reveals latest Bollywood film that made him cry

Updated: Dec 26, 2017, 12:19 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Actor Ranbir Kapoor, through one of his Twitter fan clubs, interacted with his fans with the hashtag- Chat With Ranbir and made many such revelations 

The Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, who usually shies away from social media, did something very unusually delightful for his fans. The actor, through one of his Twitter fan clubs, interacted with his fans with the hashtag- Chat With Ranbir. The question-answer session with the Tweeple scooped out some of the unknown interesting facts about the 'Barfi' actor.

Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor. Picture Courtesy: YouTube

When asked the talented star about the last Bollywood film that made him cry, he gave a very humorous reply. "Post Jagga Jasoos release," this is what Ranbir said. Anurag Basu's 'Jagga Jasoos' with Katrina Kaif, turned out to be a debacle at the Box Office.

He was also interrogated about his 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' co-actress Anushka Sharma's secret wedding with Indian cricket team captain, Virat Kohli. "Hey Ranbir, Anushka's wedding is incomplete without you singing Channa mereya. Just saying (sic).' To which, 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". Ranbir even spoke about the first film that was offered to him and you'll be amazed to know, it was with her cousin Karima Kapoor- 'Fiza' (2000). The interesting thing he revealed was that he trolls his friend Aditya Roy Kapur the most.

Concluding the chat session with his fans, Ranbir, posted an image of his with a Christmas tree and wished everyone a blissful New Year and season's greetings. "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 (sic)."

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