Ranveer Singh Vs. Shahid Kapoor in Padmavat, who’s the best
Ever since the Sanjay Leela Bhansali movie – Padmavat released, the stellar performances of the lead actors have been the talk of the town. There were some comparisons made between the performances of Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh and thus the debate that was posed in the media, who was better. When it comes to comparison much has to talk about the space the characters have got and then comes the way the actors perform over the silver screen. Some perform despite being having smaller roles while others with bigger spaces too fail to impress but in the case of Padmavat the story was different, we can find Ranveer Singh better in many ways to Shahid Kapoor. Let’s check how?
What’s the fuss?
As we take the discussion forward about Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh performance over the movie, we have some reports that suggested that Shahid Kapoor felt insecure with his character for not getting that exposure as Ranveer Singh has got. In fact, many such reports appeared when the trailer of the film was released when Shahid Kapoor came forward to ask the makers to release the trailer that can give the due importance rather than Deepika and Ranveer Singh, however, nothing really happened. He was seen complaining about the fact that he was not getting the promotion unlike the way Ranveer has got.
Ranveer or Shahid, who’s the best?
When we compare the characters – Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh, let’s understand the characters of the two first. Well, Shahid Kapoor played Maharawal Ratan Singh while Ranveer Singh has played the character of the villain Alauddin Khilji. In fact, Shahid himself tweeted saying Subtle Confidence Vs. Loud Over acting, which has the obvious meaning and he went on saying that he was treated like an underdog as the trio (Deepika, Ranveer & Bhansali) has worked earlier. Now, if you compare the performance, it is Ranveer Singh who is the winner who has more screen space than Shahid and the kind of performance he has given is simply incredible. He deserves the recognition, regardless of the fact others who have done average work complain about it or not.