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Queen movie review: Celebrate Women’s Day with Kangana

Publish Date: 06 Mar 2014, 07:17 PM
Last Updated: 06 Mar 2014, 07:32 PM
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New Delhi: Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming movie ‘Queen’ has garnered rave reviews from critics and eminent personalities of Bollywood much before its release. Directed by Vikas Bahl, this movie features Kangana in a never-seen-before avatar who decides to go on her honeymoon alone.

Pic courtesy:inextlive.com
Pic courtesy:inextlive.com

 

Film: Queen

Director: Vikas Bahl

Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Rajkumar Rao, Lisa Haydon

Story line: The plot revolves around Rani (Kangana Ranaut), a typical Delhi girl living in Rajouri Garden, who is all set to tie the nuptial knot with Vijay (Rajkumar Rao). Like a typical Indian middle class girl, Rani wants very little from her life. She just wishes for a good husband and family. Hell breaks loose on Rani when her fiancé suddenly dumps her just a few days prior to their wedding.

Instead of sulking in a corner, Rani decides to go alone to London and Amsterdam on her honeymoon. During her unique journey, she explores herself and learns to tackle every situation.

 How she sets on a beautiful journey of self discovery in an alien country forms the rest of the film.

Movie review: From the very first scene, the film establishes a strong hold over your senses. The best thing in the film is that the director knows what he wants to do with his characters. The director has successfully conveyed his message to the audience through the narrative.

‘Queen’ is not a typical Bollywood film with melodrama and unnecessary howling. But this movie will make you glued to your seats till the end.

Kangana has done an excellent job in this movie. She manages to pull off the film with her splendid performance. It doesn’t mean that other actors have not delivered to the best of their abilities. But Kangana makes an exception by slipping into the skin of her character and bringing it alive on the screen.

Rajkumar Rao has lived up to all the expectations. Lisa Haydon has also done a good job.

Musician Amit Trivedi has once again delivered a smashing album. ‘London Thumakda’ is already topping the charts. Other tracks are also well composed.

Moreover, Queen has made its own identity among other women centric movies.  The film delivers a very strong message to every woman out there – no matter how uncomfortable life may be, a woman has the power to overcome it.

(JPN/Bureau)

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