The gossip columns always have at least one interesting gossip, that is about Ranbir Kapoor and his affairs as they are the most happening news of Bollywood and now with Ranbir Kapoor’s latest squeeze — model-turned-actor Angela Johnson and the duo’s love game. This time he has gone international about his love life “chalo film nahi to luv he international” one… two …..three….. four…..or may be she is the fifth girl or may be the sixth girl in his life, Ranbir this is just the beginning you have a long way to go.
However, tries to play down the buzz vehemently. “I would rather not comment on that. It’s a part of my personal life and I want to keep it that way!” she says. But there’s no denial to the report, whatsoever.
While the latest entrant to Bollywood plays down her link-up with the Kapoor boy, she is completely willing to talk about her film industry ambitions. “I am meeting directors and talking about the right kind of roles. Meanwhile, I have also signed up for classes in acting, diction and dance,” she informs. Johnson thinks, like most others, that acting is a natural transition after her modelling stint.
“It’s a step up and forward and a lot of people have done it or are waiting to do so. I love performing and cinema is a great platform for me to showcase my talent,” she offers. Johnson, who thinks that Bollywood dancing is a style in itself, is keen to learn the jhatkas so that she can easily fall into step.
“It is exciting, vibrant and exuberant,” she says, adding that she was a dance teacher, before she jumped into the modelling bandwagon. “I hadn’t planned on sticking to modelling. But then a friend suggested that I should try films and I thought why not? I went for it and since then, there has been no looking back. Life has changed for the better. I have modelled for some of the leading magazines and even walked the ramp for the Lakme Fashion Week,” says Johnson.
The industry, she feels is giving a chance to young talent in a big way now. “A lot of half Indians or people who have gone abroad, are now coming back to be a part of Indian cinema, which is a great thing,” she adds.