The magnum opus has entered the Rs 200 crore club in its second week itself. Indeed, the team is overwhelmed with the response.
Talking about the same Ranveer told, "I don't get too carried away with success, neither do I get too bogged down by failure. What's most important for me is that you deliver on your promise to the audience. I have pledged to try and be the best entertainer that I can possibly be, and to see the kind of response, love and praise that people are showering on our performance is extremely heartening for me.
"It fills me with more motivation to go out and work even harder and keep doing good work. Of course, Padmaavat will be a gem in my filmography. It is one of those rare successes that get the kind of critical acclaim that it has, as well as the commercial success. It's been an avalanche of love coming from everywhere and it is quite overwhelming," he added.
Currently, Ranveer Singh is quite occupied with Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy and is yet to celebrate the success of Padmaavat.
Singh is quite excited to be a part of the movie which also stars Alia Bhatt in the lead.
"Honestly, what more can I ask for, it is my greatest gift that I can go to a film set every day and do what I love doing," he said.