Hot hunk Ranveer Singh turns 33 today. This bundle of energy has been ruling the stage with his scintillating performances ever since his debut. I sometimes wonder how he manages to be so charged up all the times. Though I am not really a fan of Ranveer Singh, never have I ever, missed out on any of his movies. From Band Baaja Baarat to Befikre (I know the movie was a disaster but Ranveer was adorable), I have watched all of them. He has always surprised us with his acting prowess.

Do you think Ranveer lacks conventional good looks? Well, he may, but yet he continues to make women go weak in their knees with his raw sex appeal, whacky attitude and obviously his toned bod. No wonder, he has a humongous fan base as nothing ever stopped him from being awesome. I have always wondered, where does Ranveer bring all that energy from, which we have witnessed in all his movies. It doesn’t matter if the Lootera actor’s movies do not do well at the box office, it is always a treat to watch him on that silver screen.

Well, the versatile actor, Ranveer Singh who has amazed us over the years, turns 32 today, so, let’s take a look at the stupefying transformation of the actor over the years. What has not changed and been common throughout is his energy. As we wish him a very happy birthday, let’s take a glance at ten times he made us feel ‘how the hell is he doing this?’ Here, I list seven best scenes of much-loved Ranveer Singh. Hope you like it too. (ALSO READ: It’s Been 3 Months That We Have Seen Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh In One Frame, Is All Well Between The Two?)

How did you find these videos? Before you say that there are much better ones, let me tell you, these are my favourite scenes from Ranveer’s movies. No doubt, there are more such scenes because when I had to list seven; I was unable to shortlist the best ones as Ranveer is just too good in all his films. If you think, I have missed out on any of his best scenes, feel free to notify me through your comments below.

On the professional front, Ranveer Singh, who has wrapped up for Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Gully Boy’, a film based on the street rappers of Mumbai- DIVINE and Naezy, is currently shooting for Rohit Shetty’s cop drama ‘Simmba’.  The actor will also be seen in Kabir Khan’s Kapil Dev biopic ’83’, a film based on Indian Cricket Team’s iconic World Cup win, where the actor will essay the role of cricketer Kapil Dev. Watch this space for further updates.