No more acting lessons for Sonakshi Sinha, says mom

  • IANS, Mumbai
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  • Updated: Jul 02, 2013 16:25 IST
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    Lootera is slated for a March 29, 2013 release.

Poonam Sinha is in awe of her daughter Sonakshi Sinha's performance in her forthcoming film, Lootera, and says now, even her father, veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha, will think twice before advising her on anything after the film.

"After the film, I think her father will also think twice before advising her or teaching her something because she has given a brilliant performance," Poonam said here at a special screening of the film.

Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, Lootera is a period romance set in the 1950s. She is all praise for lead actor Ranveer Singh's performance in Lootera, coming out July 5. "Ranveer and Sonakshi, both, have done brilliantly well. A mother doesn't consider her children that talented, but when outsiders say, she agrees. But I think I have to bow down to Ranveer and Sonakshi's work in the film," she said.

Poonam believes Lootera will be remembered as a classic film in Indian cinema. "It is a classic film. I think it will go down in the history as a very well-made film by a very young and talented director who actually has brought out such brilliant work from both his artists, in fact, everybody if you ask me," she said.

 

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