Directed by Vishwas Patil and produced by Four Pillars Entertainment, "Rajjo" stars Kangana Ranaut, Paras Arora, Prakash Raj, Mahesh Manjrekar and Jaya Prada.

"Rajjo" is based on the life of a prostitute, but the director has ensured that no inappropriate dialogues or bold scenes are included in the film.

"I always wanted to make a family film, and you can see this in my film as well, although it is about a prostitute who tries hard to survive. I did not use any abusive language and hot scenes in the film," Patil said in a statement.

At a time when item numbers seem to be an essential feature of films today, "Rajjo" has none. "Music director Uttam Singh decided to swim against the tide and resisted including such songs in the soundtrack of 'Rajjo'," said a source close to the film.

Moreover, the director wanted his debut film to be a complete family entertainer. "My priority was to make a family film rather than a film for a particular age group. I can assure you that you can watch this film with your family," he said.

Having proved her mettle in a comic role in the 2011 romantic-comedy "Tanu Weds Manu", actress Kangana Ranaut hopes her forthcoming film turns out to be a game changer.

The actress broke free of her troubled girl image that she had in films like "Gangster", "Woh Lamhe" and "Fashion", through her impressive comic timing in director Anand L. Rai's "Tanu Weds Manu", which also gave her a chance to dance.

Story line: ‘Rajjo’ is a love story set against the backdrop of the decaying Kothas of Mumbai. A nautch girl Rajjo (Kangna Ranaut) whose pastoral upbringing molded her into a different person who is ofcoure not like the typical tawaifs. Rajjo fell in love with 18 years old

Brahaman boy Chandu (Paras Arora), who visited first time to the Kothas of Nagpada with his friends to celebrate his victory. For Chandu and Kangana, it was love at first sight. How their love flourish and what hurdles they came across is what the story talk about.
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Kangana fervently wishes "Rajjo" to be another turning point in her career. "I always wanted to dance. After 'Fashion', people did not give me comedy roles and 'Tanu Weds Manu' was a game changer for me...and now 'Rajjo' has given me another chance to dance and I hope it too becomes a game changer," the actress said.

The actress says she has been training in classical Indian dance for the past five years and she is glad that in her upcoming film  she has got a chance to show her moves. "I have been learning classical dance for a long time and it's just a coincidence that I got to do this film. I have been learning it for a reason that someday I will get to do kathak," Kangana said.


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