Kriti Sanon Pens A Gratitude Note As Crew Releases In Theatres: ‘Admired These Two Women For Years’

Kriti Sanon Pens A Gratitude Note As Crew Releases In Theatres: 'Admired These Two Women For Years'

Last Updated: March 29, 2024, 18:53 IST

Kriti Sanon pens a gratitude note for Crew

Kriti Sanon pens a gratitude note for Crew

Kriti Sanon recollects fond moments from her Crew days. The film released today.

Kriti Sanon’s highly anticipated Crew released in theatres and has been garnering massive response from fans and critics alike. The actress shared the screen space with Kareena Kapoor Khan and Tabu for the film. Sharing a bundle of screen grabs from the film, the actress penned an emotional note expressing her gratitude for the film.

The note read, “This C R E W has my ❤️ Have admired these two women for years and its been such a pleasure performing with the two most iconic performers our industry has ever had! Never felt like a junior on set(didn’t behave like one too ) !! It was always 3 individual women, 3 different actors coming together as a team to create CHEMISTRY you’ve never seen before while we had a blastttt! .”

She further added, “From @tabutiful ma’am’s warm squishy hugs to Bebo’s daily “what did you eat for lunch?” @kareenakapoorkhan To @rheakapoor ‘s yummy ghar ka khana while she gave me the tiniest sexiest clothes @ektarkapoor ‘s “We’re gonna kill it” vibe and ofcourse the pilot of our plane @rajoosworld and his neverending jokes — gonna miss this crew so much!! ❤️ Loving the LOVE pouring in already. Our #Crew is Yours! See you in theatres guys! ✈️❤️.”

The film opened with mostly good reviews today. News18 Showsha gave the film 3.5/5 stars.

Our review read, “What’s indeed refreshing is that – and at the cost of sounding like a prude – we finally have a feminist film that doesn’t need to resort to constant banal chatter about libido, orgasms, G-spots, singlehood and boyfriends. Nor is Crew like a didactic narrative about women empowerment. Set against the backdrop of the aviation industry, it revolves around in-flight supervisor Geeta Sethi, senior flight attendant Jasmine Rana and junior flight attendant Divya Bajwa, all of whom work with Kohinoor Airlines.”

“Crew is a stunning film to look at. Tabu, Kareena and Kriti look drop-dead gorgeous and kudos to the costume department for the same! The women involved with putting the film together – co-producers Rhea Kapoor and Ektaa R Kapoor and co-writer Nidhi Mehra deserve applause. Because womanhood in Crew is never used as a device to push out loaded statements on modern-day feminism even while portraying women as ambitious and unapologetic beings and celebrating sisterhood. The protagonists are flawed and relatable but not undesirable,” the review also mentioned.

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