Ranveer Singh Said He Didn’t Have A Lot Of Money Growing Up, Twitterati Trolled Him Mercilessly

1:09 pm 7 May, 2018


The quintessential actor of Bollywood, Ranveer Singh has made his mark in the industry with his extraordinary performances in the film like Padmaavat, Dil Dhadakne Do and Bajirao Mastani.



He is not only known for his acting skills but for his fashion sense as well. The beloved boyfriend material for every girl, and rumoured beau of Deepika, Ranveer Singh has always been in news for giving major #boyfriendgoals to every guy who is in a relationship. The actor is in trends again but definitely not for the reason that you think.



While the actor is currently working on his film Gully Boy with Director Zoya Akhtar, he was recently chosen as the brand ambassador of Switzerland Tourism.

Interestingly, Switzerland did something for its brand ambassador which perhaps none other countries might have done. The nation started a train in the name of the actor. You can enjoy an experience of spectacular Switzerland on the train “Ranveer On Tour”. Wow! Now that’s something praiseworthy!



But the happiness couldn’t last for long for Ranveer Singh because of his big mouth apparently. While speaking with Condé Nast Traveller magazine, the actor gave some insights into his childhood. But unfortunately, while reminiscing his childhood memories the actor made some bizarre statements and became the butt of jokes for the netizens. In the interview Ranveer Singh said:

“We didn’t have a lot of money when I was growing up. So my parents would save up and save up for that one big summer holiday abroad. I remember going to Indonesia, Singapore, Italy but most often it was the US – we had a lot of family there. And December was always Goa with my grandparents”.


For his statement, Ranveer Singh became the victim of trolls with the trending hashtag ‘#YoRanveerSoPoor’ on social networking websites. Check out some of the brutal comments made by Tweeple:












Well, we can’t really blame the netizens for questioning Ranveer about his meaning of poverty. What do you think?