Often tagged as the new-age Casanova of Bollywood, Ranbir Kapoor has found a very diplomatic way of telling the media not to ask questions about his romantic affairs.
Actor Ranbir Kapoor only wants to talk about his work, not his link-ups.
The popular actor was left angry at an event recently when he was asked about link-ups with his co-actresses, and about his equation with Barfi! co-star Ileana D'Cruz.
"See, my motive is to let my film talk. I don't tell others to write about my affairs nor do I decide it. I work hard. In 'Barfi' also I have worked hard," Ranbir Kapoor told reporters.
"If your question is how did I feel working with Anurag Basu, then I will respect you. But if you ask me questions like 'Why did I not have an affair with Ileana?', then you will lose respect. So I'd like you to ask me questions about my work, not about my affairs," added the 29-year-old.
Promotions for "Barfi!", releasing Sep 14, are keeping Ranbir busy these days. The actor plays a deaf and mute boy in the movie, and says he is as nervous about the release as he is always for all his films.
But he likes the pinch of nervousness.
"If I become overconfident, then my acting prowess and talent will go away. So I pray for anxiety and nervousness even after 20 years. So yeah, I am nervous and there is anxiety," Ranbir said.