In Bollywood, it is not only the general public who has been inspired by some characters from films, but also the actors who are also encouraged to play those characters. This time we are talking about Ranveer Singh. The actor, who lived in Mumbai’s slum in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, which was a massive success at the box office, rap for small mainstream music / Some time back, he made a role in supporting small artists in India It was also announced to launch its independent record label ‘Inclnk’ with the sentence.
The film Gully Boy has brought rap music to fame and Ranveer’s breakthrough label ‘Inkunk’ works towards the support and promotion of young artists in India. Talking about this rap revolution, Ranveer said, “The time for Hindustani rap/hip hop has arrived and it is a must-see explosion in the music scene in India. It’s an exciting time for original music in India and rap / Hindustani Rap/hip hop is no longer an underground music scene. It has become the language of youth and is the biggest thing in Indian culture today. He goes on to say, “India has always produced great original content Is not done and now the rap/hip hop and time of incredible artists whose verse is talking about a revolution. He is a poet of our generation, and the youth are listening to him. Hindustani rap/hip hop is here to stay, and it is the voice of India that you cannot ignore.
Ranveer also revealed that he would love to be a thought leader for the country and his industry. He says, “I love films, and I love my industry. I want to be the leader of the industry, who is the champion of the sector. I want Hindi cinema and Hindi film business to grow and grow and grow. I am growing up. So, if there is anything that I can contribute to this industry, it is very beneficial for me to make Hindi cinema bigger and better.
It is only his character Murad Ahmed in Gully Boy that has joined the audiences (often the millennials) so well with this genre. Undoubtedly, he is one of the most talented actors in the industry today. And now, his hand of assistance towards small rap/hip-hop music artiste has made his feeling for this industry very evident.
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