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Ranveer Singh to be managed by Deepika Padukone’s Collective Artists Network

New Delhi: Ranveer Singh will be exclusively managed by Collection Artists Network. It is one of the India’s biggest artist management firm.

Collective Artists Network also manages artists like Deepika Padukone, Kartik Aaryan, Rishab Pant.

“This is the biggest and the most exciting development because this marks the coming together of the most exciting brand in India today, Ranveer Singh, and the country’s most powerful management agency. Ranveer, in just 12 years, has become a supernova in India. He is regarded as the best actor of India today with a global presence like no other. Collective will now look to chart out how the Enterprise of Ranveer can scale new heights and create global milestones,” says a source close to the development.

Ranveer is the face of 46 brands in India – the highest that any superstar has ever been the face of. Ranveer’s equity is on a meteoric rise, according to the Celebrity Brand Valuation Report by Duff & Phelps. Thus, Ranveer ranks number 2 at this year’s report, just behind Virat Kohli.

Ranveer Singh part ways with YRF Talent Management Agency

Meanwhile, Ranveer Singh decided to amicably part ways from YRF Talent Management Agency. A reliable industry source told Pinkvilla that the relationship between Ranveer and Aditya Chopra will be always solid and precious.

“YRF will always be home for Ranveer Singh. Aditya Chopra punted on him as a rank newcomer, who has since then become one of the biggest superstars that this country has seen. He has been mentored, groomed, and shaped to become the icon that he is today. So, the relationship between the two is and will always be solid and precious as ever,” the source said.

On the work front, Ranveer will be next seen in Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus releasing this Christmas and Karan Johar’s Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani. It seems like two more big film announcements are on its way.

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