Ranveer Singh: Good to see people still appreciating 'Lootera'
Ranveer Singh is 'heartened' to see people are still liking 'Lootera', which completed its two years
Ranveer Singh is 'heartened' to see people are still liking 'Lootera', which completed its two years.
Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, the film was based on O Henry's short story "The Last Leaf".
Initially, the period drama failed to create a buzz at the box-office but it gained momentum with time.
Ranveer, who essayed the role of a robber in the film, took to twitter to celebrate the second anniversary.
"2 Years of LOOTERA... A love story that stole my heart.. Lootera... A little gem... Heartened to see its value appreciating as time passes... #2YearsOfLootera," the actor wrote.
Ranveer, 29, mostly seen in urban and happy-go-lucky roles, surprised everyone with his controlled and calm performance in the film.
Also starring Sonakshi Sinha as a Bengali girl, the film proved her acting prowess too.
"2 years of Lootera already? Classic example of the saying 'love never dies'... Thank u all for the love that is STILL pouring in for this gem," the 28-year-old actress tweeted.
Sonakshi also thanked Motwane and co-actor Ranveer for the memorable film.
"Thank you for Lootera @VikramMotwane @RanveerOfficial @Ishikamohan @FuhSePhantom," she wrote.
Set in the era of the 1950s, "Lootera" released on July 5, 2013.