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Watch Video: Ranveer Singh confesses to reading mid-day 'digitally'; calls it 'vintage'

Updated on: 20 April,2022 09:35 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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The 'Jordaar' actor, at the launch ceremony, mentioned how the publication is a great legacy and he reads it digitally, on his phone

Watch Video: Ranveer Singh confesses to reading mid-day 'digitally'; calls it 'vintage'

Ranveer Singh/picture courtesy: Yogen Shah


At the trailer launch event of his upcoming film 'Jayeshbhaai Jordaar' actor, Ranveer Singh couldn't stop praising the 'vintage' newspaper which he loves reading 'digitally' and that was - mid-day. The 'Jordaar' actor, at the launch ceremony, mentioned how the publication has a great legacy and he consumes content digitally.


Ranveer Singh stated, "Sab kuch digital ho raha hai, but Vintage Mid-day abhi bhi hai. Wah yaar! Abhi bhi log mid-day padhte hain? Mein digitally padhta hoon. Congrats on the amazing work you guys are doing. It’s a publication with a great legacy! (Everything has become digital, but mid-day is still vintage. Very nice! Do people still read mid-day? I read mid-day digitally.)"




Ranveer Singh says that in his stellar body of work over the years, in which he has collaborated with some of the biggest directors of the country, his upcoming movie 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' is a film with the 'biggest heart'.

"I have been blessed and fortunate to have found remarkable scripts that have stood out and touched people. I'm grateful for them and I'm also proud of the work that I have done to bring those roles to life on screen," said Ranveer.

Yash Raj Films' latest venture, 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar', also stars 'Arjun Reddy' fame Shalini Pandey and has been directed by debutant Divyang Thakkar and produced by Maneesh Sharma.

The film releases on May 13, 2022, worldwide.

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