Lootera Movie Review

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Like most of the much-hyped category movies, this movie could have been a disaster but NO – this is a high on emotions & drama movie which is just so near to the “masterpiece” tag.

Unlike all her movies, Sonakshi turns the table in this movie and finally acts. She pulls off her role of young, pampered & ailing daughter of a wealthy Zameendaar, just so brilliantly that you end up wondering if the same lady has acted in Rowdy Rathod too. Be it the dialogue delivery or ‘making faces’, she plays the role without overplaying it. Ranveer Singh, in his high-waisted avatar, looks amazing & does a job even better than his looks.

Ranveer comes to stay at Zameendaar’s place for some work, and meets Sinha – you fall in love with the “love at first sight”. Though he makes them believe he has visited for all the right intentions, he has wrong motives. He breaks the hearts ruthlessly and flees but you still pity him. They meet again … things have changed as expected. Why? Will he break her heart again?

Our two thumps up to the Director, Arts Director & Cinematographer who have not left a single stone unturned to ensure you get the feel you are watching the duo romancing in a backdrop of 1950s. Every small thing has been taken care of – simply flawless. Amit Trivedi’s music matches the 50s feel and hangs on to your ear long after you have left the theater and will stay in your heart for even longer.

The romance between Singh and Sinha is impeccable. There is not a single scene which goes overboard and stays less explored. The dialogues are apt, slow and easy but interestingly the best scenes of the movie are those where there are no dialogues at all. The romance is sweet and perfects the longing-ness expressions of actors; will take you back to all those great romantic hindi movies made in 1950s & will remind you of their shy expressions and dialogues.

Overall, Lootera is an amazingly gorgeous movie that may make you cry, may pinch your heart, may hurt you but is still beautiful … just like Love

3.5 /5 Stars

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