Ranveer Singh's-Sonakshi Sinha's 'Lootera' completes 7 years; Deepika Padukone praises husband by calling it 'one of his best performances'

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It won't be wrong to say that Ranveer Singh was at his acting best in Vikramaditya Motwane's Lootera. Relatively new in Bollywood, the actor added depth to a mature and layered character effortlessly. Today, the film completed seven years since release. Featuring Sonakshi Sinha along with Ranveer in the lead role, the film won critical success. Recalling Lootera and its magic, Sonakshi and Ranveer walked down the memory lane. The actors shared videos expressing gratitude for all the love.

Ranveer, who played the role of Varun, shared a montage of his looks. Soon after the video was posted, the actor's doting wife Deepika Padukone showered love on her husband. The actress hailed Lootera and called it 'one of your Ranveer's best performances'.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Sonakshi, on the other hand, shared a video of all Lootera posters along with a compilation picture of her looks as Pakhi. The actress thanked Vikramaditya for giving her the role. "Pakhi 7 years... still not over you, never think i will be! Thank you @motwayne for giving her to me," she wrote.

Vikramaditya, on Instagram, walked down the memory lane and penned down a heartfelt note as Lootera completed 7 years. " Screening the first copy of a film used to be a ceremony. The fresh print would come from the lab and we would watch it being spooled in the projection room and pray, fingers crossed very tight, that everything was ok. As a director, seeing ‘copy no. 1’ on a can of film used to be bittersweet. It meant the absolute end of production. No more work. The film is finally ready. You can’t do shit anymore. You can shave and be less obsessed and finally get some sleep. But it also meant that this amazing journey with all these amazing people has come to an end. And all you’re left with are the memories of the times you spent together writing, prepping, shooting, editing, working on sound and music. 7 years of Lootera...," he wrote.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Screening the first copy of a film used to be a ceremony. The fresh print would come from the lab and we would watch it being spooled in the projection room and pray, fingers crossed very tight, that everything was ok. As a director, seeing ‘copy no. 1’ on a can of film used to be bittersweet. It meant the absolute end of production. No more work. The film is finally ready. You can’t do shit anymore. You can shave and be less obsessed and finally get some sleep. But it also meant that this amazing journey with all these amazing people has come to an end. And all you’re left with are the memories of the times you spent together writing, prepping, shooting, editing, working on sound and music. 7 years of Lootera...

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Lootera, apart from Ranveer and Sonakshi, featured Vikrant Massey in an important role. It was based on The Last Leaf by O.Henry.

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