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The acclaimed film ,The Lunchbox of Nimrat Kaur has shifted her image overnight. The Lunchbox clocked seven years this month.
The Lunchbox actress says that the film was her career breakthrough, giving her the chance to star opposite Irrfan Khan.
The film, The Lunchbox was based in the story of finding love and connecting to someone even on the strangest situations. And so as the idea of love is supposedly the same to the actress. She feels the same sense of love in real life too. Sharing her views of romance she says, “I’m a big believer in old-world romance. I feel that in a lifetime, you can meet many soulmates and experience many forms of love; it doesn’t have to be just one person. But at the same time, I am a hopeless romantic, and I do feel that the one love of your life is out there somewhere, so I find myself in between these two thoughts.”
When asked what’s been the sweetest thing that someone has ever done for her, she says, “Oh, there have been so many. I’ve been blessed with a lot of love and lots of beautiful moments in my love life. It’s hard to pick a favourite, but there’s one that’s really special. I love sunflowers, and one time, this person sent me so many sunflowers that it filled my living room. It looked like a sunflower field, quite literally. In fact, I didn’t have vases to put them all in.”
Further she says, “I’m actually pretty old-school in my idea of a girl being absolutely swept off her feet, and I don’t mean with big and fancy things. I believe it’s all about the feeling, and being able to sense that there’s a thought being put into it. I think that the way our parents talk about how women were romanced in that era is beautiful. Nowadays, everything is very quick. Everyone just wants to know you and cut to the chase. There’s a lot of charm and beauty in earning a woman’s love, and that’s something that I wish for all girls out there, including myself.”
Nimrat Kaur will be seen soon in the screen reuniting with Akshay Kumar in ‘Atrangi Re’, which also stars Sara Ali Khan and Dhanush by Anand L. Rai.