Ranveer Singh Becomes Indian Charlie Chaplin, Brings The Late Ace Comedian To Life

Ranveer Singh Becomes Indian Charlie Chaplin, Brings The Late Ace Comedian To Life

A day without laughter is a day wasted!

May 10, 2018

Article By- Ashish Verma

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Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Gully boy’ had a great time exploring Switzerland. He shared quiet many breathtaking stills of the different cantons he visited, but his series of uploads on Instagram in which Ranveer Singh turned Charlie Chaplin, took all his fans by surprise.

You Can Now Walk With Charlie Chaplin

This dream of many, who have been admirers of Charlie Chaplin seems to come true. If you watch the video given below, which has Ranveer Singh transformed into Charlie Chaplin, you will see the legendary actor coming to life:

Indian Charlie Chaplin Had A Lot Of Fun

This was just the beginning. The Chaplin Studio in Switzerland, one of the most entertaining museums of the world, served as a great host to the fun loving Bollywood actor.

It totally captures the spirit of Charlie Chaplin's remarkable life, as we can see in the following pictures shared by Ranveer when he dressed himself as the late ace-comedian Charlie Chaplin.

He used the quotations of Charlie Chaplin to caption his clicks of the Chaplin’s World:

1. Nothing is permanent in this wicked world - not even our troubles.

2. To truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain, and play with it!

3. In the end, everything is a gag.

4. I am an artist. I am interested in life.

5. Making fun is serious business.

6. Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot.

7. You'll never find a rainbow if you're looking down.

8. Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself.

9. All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl.

10. A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure.

Termed As ‘Indian Brad Pitt’

His stunning impressions of Charlie Chaplin earned him the title of 'Indian Brad Pitt' by way of a newspaper in Switzerland. Little did the world know that Ranveer is an expert when it comes to changing his looks.

This king of humor and handsome hunk took Chaplin’s world to another world. And all international media houses went crazy over it. Well-deserved I must say.

Ranveer’s Bollywood Journey

It is so fascinating to look down the memory lane, when he made his debut in YRF’s Band Baaja Baaraat. He cemented his building in Bollywood in a great pace, and which has left us astonishing.


Before moving to the Chaplin’s World, he was caught posing with his favorite Bronze Statue in Yellow outfit. This happened to meet the match of Mr. Flamboyant Freddie Mercury.

I think, it was for the film makers to note that he could perform very well in comedy genre. It is something that flows in his blood. Are you listening Film Makers?

Well, you must! We Indians would love watching an ode to Charlie Chaplin, with Ranveer playing his role. He looks so much like Chaplin’s replica that no creative filmmaker would resist this idea.

Indian Ambassador For Switzerland Tourism

Ranveer Singh, better known as Bollywood’s live wire, is the Indian Ambassador for Switzerland Tourism. While travelling in Switzerland and doing various activities like sky diving and paragliding, he exclaimed, “this is my kind of country, just like India!”

Upcoming Releases

After his ongoing shoot with Zoya Akhtar for the movie Gully Boy, which has Alia Bhatt acting opposite to him, he has signed Rohit Shetty’s next, “Simmba”. Sooner, he will be a part of Kapil Dev’s biopic, when, India won the first World Cup in 1983, titled ‘83’.


After Shushant Singh Rajput did MS Dhoni, this is going to be another block buster movie. Our hopes are high as Ranveer’s zest and interest remains the same all the time, whether it is on-screen or off-screen.

And this explicit display of Chaplin’s World, was indeed just one of them.

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