- Ranveer Singh shared an interesting post on Tuesday
- He transformed his photo into a Van Gogh painting
- He added a quote by the Dutch painter in the caption
Ranveer Singh's Instagram is an interesting medley of his colourful persona. On Tuesday, the actor decided to transform one of his photos into a painting resembling 19th century Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's creations. Ranveer, who appears to have drawn inspiration from a particular self-portrait of Van Gogh, also borrowed the celebrated painter's words for the caption. "As we advance in life it becomes more and more difficult, but in fighting the difficulties the inmost strength of the heart is developed," he wrote as the country entered its fourth phase of lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak. Meanwhile in the comments section, Richa Chadha dropped this ROFL remark: "Vincent Singh Goghi" while Huma Qureshi wrote: "Edge of insanity."
Take a look at Ranveer's post here:
Ranveer's photo particularly resembles this self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh:
Look at these incredible brush strokes that Vincent van Gogh used for his self-portrait!— Eelco Kappe (@TripImprover) May 6, 2020
He applied here the revolutionary Pointillist technique (with small dots of paint) introduced by Seurat to create a magical self-portrait in 1887.#Art#Painting#Portrait@artinstitutechipic.twitter.com/gB3k1fovBl
Ranveer's transformation into a painting was preceded by a journey to the past, to his childhood days, when he was a huge fan of Hulk Hogan. This was Ranveer Singh's Monday morning throwback. "Throw it way back to when WWF was life," he wrote.
This is when Ranveer Singh posed as Joe Exotic of Netflix crime series Tiger King.
On the work front, Ranveer Singh had completed both Kabir Khan directed '83 and Divyang Thakkar-helmed Jayeshbhai Jordaar before the lockdown was imposed. '83 was scheduled to release in April this year but has been indefinitely postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Jayeshbhai Jordaar is scheduled hit screens on October 2. Ranveer's line-up of films also include Karan Johar's upcoming period drama Takht.