Ranveer Singh's bare body too hot to handle!

glamsham.com editorial
Glamsham24 January 2014
Ranveer Singh's bare body too hot to handle!

By Glamsham Editorial

Going shirtless may be order of the day but it is quite proving to be harmful for our heartthrob Ranveer Singh. Well how?

Looks like, off late, there has been some black magic done on Ranveer Singh. The first time on the sets of GUNDAY, while shooting the first song, when Ranveer Singh did a shirtless scene, he had his head bumped into a dancer which caused a gash on his cheek. The actor had to take 11 stitches for it, the mark for which stays with him lifetime.

In the next instance, when he had to do a shirtless scene in the mud pit, a glass cut into his leg and he got nine stitches. For shooting the rest of the film, the actor required help to take care of his leg.

In his next attempt, while shooting the bare body mud wrestling scene, Ranveer singh got some kind of skin allergy.

It all started when his shirtless look in GOLIYON KI RASLEELA RAM-LEELA was released. They were in Durgapur and he got bitten by the mosquito and got dengue.

So, Ranveer Singh's mother called the director of GUNDAY, Ali Abbas Zafar, out of concern to not have any shirtless scenes with her son post the series of negative effects it was having on the actor.

Seems, like Ranveer Singh's bare body was too hot to handle on the sets of GUNDAY, which is slated to release on 14th February 2014.


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