Despite being the scion of a star family, Ranbir didn't directly enter the industry as Rishi Kapoor's son. Instead, he immersed himself in cinema, studying film and working as an assistant director for the film "Ab Lout Chale," directed by his father. Before stepping into the limelight as an actor, ranbir kapoor honed his skills by directing two short films during his training in New York.
In 2005, he took on the role of an assistant director for the film "Black," directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. During the shoot, Ranbir's dedication stood out as he took on various tasks, from mopping floors to setting up lights. Impressed by his commitment, Bhansali later introduced Ranbir as a lead actor in the industry. Ranbir's debut film, "Saawariya" (2007), may not have garnered widespread acclaim, but it established him as a promising actor.
Notably, ranbir kapoor has steered clear of remakes, opting for unique roles and stories. Despite facing a string of flops at one point, he maintained his enthusiasm, refusing to compromise on his artistic choices. His transformative performance in "Barfi," where he played a deaf and mute character, and his portrayal of sanjay dutt in "Sanju" earned him critical acclaim.
Currently, with the Pan-India success of "Brahmastra Part 1," ranbir kapoor is gearing up to captivate the audience once again with the upcoming release of "Animal," directed by Sandeep reddy Vanga. As he completes 16 years in the film industry, Ranbir continues to evolve, and the expectations for his future endeavors remain high.