Contrary to rumours that they are not getting along, "sizzling chemistry" and "serious bromance" keep the boys of "Gunday" - Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor - ticking on the outdoor schedule of the movie here.
"It's an absolute dynamite. He (Arjun) cracks me up all day. He is my favourite co-star to work with. There is serious bromance. He has got an amazing sense of humour, which is the one virtue of his I appreciate the most," said Ranveer at a media conference here Tuesday.
The actor, who shot to fame with his debut film "Band Baaja Baraat" in 2010, was in the city to shoot "Gunday", an action-drama-cum-romance written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by Aditya Chopra.
Also featuring Priyanka Chopra in the female lead, it is slated for release later this year.
"We used to get along like a house on fire whenever we used to meet at parties. I always knew my chemistry with him is really special and I used to joke that we should do a film together. Sooner than later it happened, I couldn't ask for more. It's everything I expected it to be," said Ranveer.
Putting rumours about the two actors not getting along together to rest, Arjun, who made a stellar debut in Bollywood with "Ishaqzaade" in 2012, said he too enjoys his co-star's company.
"I love hanging out with him. I have always got along very well with him. These rumours were started and we can't put them to rest because that's how things function when two people work together, unfortunately," said Arjun
"It's a great opportunity for me to clarify that it been a great experience. There is sizzling chemistry between us," he added.
Acknowledging Ranveer's sporting spirit, Arjun said the experience of working together was "surreal".
"Ranveer is one of the most sporting people in the world. It is quite surreal because I know Ranveer from before he became an actor and I became an actor. In many ways 'Ishaqzaade' wouldn't have happened if 'Band Baaja Baaraat' wasn't as successful as it was," said Arjun.
Irrfan, who also has a role in the film, is scheduled to shoot in the city soon.