“Audience considers us the new-gen Jai-Veeru”, says Siddhant Chaturvedi about Gully Boy co-star Ranveer Singh
Siddhant Chaturvedi’s on-screen chemistry with his Gully Boy co-star Ranveer Singh was tremendously appraised. The on-screen actor, in a conference, stated that the audience considered them the new-gen Jai-Veeru.
Siddhant Chaturvedi, who played the big-hearted street rapper “MC Sher” in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, is so gratified by receiving so many appreciations from the film industry and around the globe. The melodic dramatization is the defining moment in his movie profession, the minute he had been sitting tight for, for a considerable amount of time.
“I waited very long for this break and had a belief that I would surprise the public with this author-backed role, but I didn’t assume it to happen in only two-three days,” the 25-year-old said in an interview.
Siddhant’s on-screen chemistry with the film’s original hero Murad, played by Ranveer Singh, was tremendously valued. Siddhant considers him the “most secure” on-screen actor he has ever worked with. In a similar meeting, the performing artist said that he and Ranveer had started considering them to be the “new generation Jai-Veeru.”
He has been cited saying, “It’s not easy for someone to give so much of screen time to a debutant but Ranveer is a genuine soul. I found my MC Sher in him, he mentored me and made me feel strong. The fans call us the new era Jai-Veeru.”
Gully Boy, directed and co-written by Zoya Akhtar, is the narrative of a failure with a dream. The lead breaks the shackles of reality and understands his dream of becoming a famous rapper. The movie pictures from the lives of Dharavi-based street rappers Divine and Naezy, the two of whom have also added to the film’s soundtrack.