Noor Movie Review: Sonakshi's film shows the mundane but essential pursuits of an ambitious but confused middle-class girl
Noor Movie Review: Played by Sonakshi Sinha in very Bridget Jones-y mode, Noor is a whiny character who complains about everything from boss to backside
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Sonakshi Sinha's Noor collected Rs 55 lakh on Tuesday
The box office collection of Sonakshi Sinha's Noor dropped by 50% on Monday
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"I knew in the first two pages that I'm doing this film and I'm Noor," said actress Sonakshi Sinha. "I have always played larger-than-life characters but this one was just so real," she added. Noor releases on April 21.
Actress Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur co-star in Abhishek Kapoor's new movie Fitoor. In an interview to NDTV, when Katrina was asked about her role she said: "My character is nothing like me. But I understood who the director wanted her to be." Aditya, who plays Noor, also said: "He is in love. He just needs one thing from one person."
Sonakshi Sinha was spotted at the launch of the trailer of her upcoming film Noor in Mumbai on March 7. The 29-year-old actress looked stunning in shorts and jacket by Lavish Alice, teamed with a white lace top. Sonakshi also wore a pair of Aldo stilettos.