Actor Ranveer Singh, who has been attending numerous award functions of late, says that sometimes he is not so sure about them.
"Sometimes I find awards questionable. At times I get surprised looking at the winners' list... at times it glares out to me as well, but it's all subjective. For me, awards means live performance and I love live performances," Ranveer told IANS.
Just like his co-star Sonakshi Sinha, he too is disappointed that the period love saga was not nominated despite getting critical acclaim.
"I would rate 'Lootera' more than 'Ram-leela' as 'Ram-leela' was easier for me to do, while Lootera was tougher. I am proud of 'Lootera'. It's a timeless film. It's sad that 'Lootera' went unnoticed by many."
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Awards never was a meritocracy thing anyways, but still whether a film is acclaimed and liked or not is highly reflected on the money it manages to get, because it's people/public who pay to see a movie, and if a movie is achieving crores, then of course it must be liked... Each their own point of view... Doesnt mean one can say what is garbage or not! Definition of garbage would vary according to people!
I do agree with what he is hinting at.
Lootera was a beautiful film. Subtle and Simple yet beautiful in that fact itself. The promo itself had me enraptured.
The irony of it, when did award functions truly acknowledged excellence? Glad that lootera isn't a part of that rat race where meaningless movies making some hundred crores take credit, it's far superior to be put in the same category.
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