Mumbai, Sep 6 (IANS) Ranbir Kapoor is going the 'besharam' way again. After his towel act in his debut film "Saawariya", the versatile actor now seems to be making a trademark out of another act.
After being spotted urinating in scenes in films like "Anjaana Anjaani" and "Barfi!", he will be seen doing the same along the boundary of a mustard field in his upcoming film "Besharam", directed by Abhinav Kashyap.
Asked about it, Ranbir said: "I was also telling Abhinav that every actor has his trademark, like Shah Rukh has his and Amitabh sir has his. So, I thought I should have one and I will pee in all my films - may be that becomes my trademark!"
Ranbir made the cheeky remark here Thursday during the promotion of "Besharam".
The movie's trailer shows Ranbir relieving himself while singing "Tujhe dekha toh ye janaa sanam", a popular song from Shah Rukh Khan's superhit film "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge". The scene has not gone down well with some of SRK's fans.
But Ranbir, 30, has clarified that their intention was not to make fun of anyone.
"This scene where I am peeing in 'sarson ke khet' (mustard field) and singing 'Tujhe dekha toh ye jaana sanam' disappointed a lot of (Shah Rukh's) fans. But our intention was not to make fun of anyone. Whenever we see 'sarson ke khet', we only think of that song," Ranbir said.
"Besharam" also stars Ranbir's actor-parents Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh. Actress Pallavi Sharda, a newcomer who hails from Australia, plays the female lead in the film which releases Oct 2.