Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha's upcoming film Lootera looks poetic and serene. The duo's chemistry looks awesome. check out stills from the film.
The ambience evoked in the film looks like a throwback to some bygone era.
While Sonakshi Sinha plays a coy girl next door, Ranveer seems to work with a different tonal register.
Ranveer Singh turns 28 today. Just three movies old and the actor has already earned pride of place in Bollywood. With Vikramaditya Motwane's Lootera, Ranveer ...
Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha's chemistry looks promising.
The first look of the film was launched at the iconic Liberty Cinema, which has been around since 1947.
Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, Lootera has been in news for its unusual pairing. The film is jointly produced by Phantom and Balaji Productions.
Lootera is slated for a March 29, 2013 release.
Actor Ranveer Singh says that while portraying his role in the upcoming film Lootera, he was initially frustrated as he felt he could not do justice to the character in this period romance drama film. Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, the film will take the viewers back in the world of 1950s. “In my earlier films, I have always been high on energy...smiling. But I am happy I got to attempt something different with Lootera. Initially I was frustrated. I felt I couldn’t do this character. I couldn’t get it right. It was Vikram, who convinced me that I could do it,” Ranveer said.
He made his debut in 2010 with Yash Raj Films’ Band Baaja Baaraat, which was set in the world of wedding planning and he played a typical Delhi guy. In his next film Ladies vs Ricky Bahl he played a con artist. Both the films were set in contemporary times.
But Lootera is set in Bengal of 1950s. “In the film I play an intense lover. I have also cried in the film,” he said. Ranveer will be seen opposite Sonakshi Sinha in the film and the actor is all praises for her. “It was good working with her. From her I have learnt not to get hyper and stressed and remain calm,” he said. The film is produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures and Phantom Films floated by four filmmakers — Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl and Madhu Mantena.