Ranveer Vikramaditya thanks for helping us with the intimate scenes

Ranveer Singh credits and acknowledgments Lootera director, Vikramaditya Motwane, to make their intimate scenes with Sonakshi Sinha comfortable.

Intimate scenes are an obvious addition in movies these days. There however are a few actors, who find it uncomfortable to shoot such sequences, on screen. Actor Ranveer Singh, who has a few intimate scenes along with actress Sonakshi Sinha, in their upcoming romantic film, Lootera, thanks his director Vikramaditya Motwane to make them feel comfortable. Speaking of how the scene worked out right, Ranveer explains, "Sonakshi is so cool that I never felt awkward. We all are professional actors and this is our work. Vikramaditya made a closed set for our comfort where there was only cameraman, Vikram, me and Sonakshi. He gave us our own space and was very supportive."
Ranveer revealed that Vikram was so supportive that he made it clear to the team that if an actor is doing an emotional scene "then respect him or her so that they can perform". Praising the director more, the Ladies Vs Ricky Behl actor said, "It's a private emotion, it is difficult and the credit goes to the director who was very supportive. I am thankful to him."
Ranveer has been romantically linked with a number of his co-stars till date, but the actor doesn't mind the rumors now. "Earlier, when I used to read such stories it used to bother me and I used to think how can they write such things about me, this is my private life. Then I realized such things will happen in the industry, so now I don't even read these stories. If you are an actor, such speculations keep coming."
The actor, who will be seen in Lootera and then Ram-Leela opposite Deepika Padukone says, that he "want to be in the news for my work and not about my private life".
Speaking of his look in the movie, Ranveer reveals that it was Vikram's idea to give him a clean look. "Vikram was very clear it had to be an amalgamation of James Dean and Dev Anand. So those were the references that he used to send me. I did not do anything, he (the director) knew the kind of look he wanted, the kind of hair he wanted. Every detail he looked into, so I really didn't give any input this time, it was all Vikram's."
Co-produced by Anurag Kashyap's banner along with Balaji Films, Lootera is set to release on July 5th.


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