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Ranveer Singh,The Most Chutiya Actor According To Google-But Why?

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Fundamentally, a free play area for anybody with even essential information of how the web attempts to let loose, without offering an explanation to authority.
What’s more, some such “virtuoso” with an excessive amount of time on his/her hands chose to give Ranveer Singh’s career, the tag of a ‘Chutiya Actor’.

That’s right, the actor who overwhelmed us with his amazing performces like “Bajirao Mastani”, “Padmaavat”, “Ram Leela”, “Lootera” and substantially more is apparently a “Chutiya Actor” according to Google.

Sure, he’s uniquely different in his own kinda way..


But his flamboyant nature is what gave him impeccable roles like Sultan Alauddin Khilji in ‘Padmaavat’ and the great Bajirao in ‘Bajirao Mastani’.


So, pardon me in case I’m wrong Google, but no, Ranveer Singh doesn’t deserve to be the principal name to fly up while hunting down “chutiya actor”.
The issue here appears to lie in an IMDb listicle that has named 10 artists in their “illuminating” rundown of “Top 10 chutiya in Bollywood”. Alternate names in the list incorporate KRK, Smash Gopal Varma, Shirish Kunder, Arjun Kapoor, Bright Leone, Poonam Pandey, Mallika Sherawat, Himesh Reshammiya and the “ubiquitous” Radhika Apte.

Let’s see what twitter has to say about this.


Thankfully, owing to Ranveer Singh’s humour and knowing how he handles things like these, he might actually take it as a joke.
What did he do to deserve this, Google?

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