After the research on the actress, I could say Navjot Singh Sidhu has a great choice. Chha gaye, Guru!
Kagana Ranaut is on a roll because her “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” is the only heroine-centric film which has netted a cumulative total of 150 crore INR (approx.) at the domestic box-office.
Even the 60 crore nett of “Queen” was flabbergasting.
Born in Himachal Pradesh, “Rajjo” is now one of the leading female “Gangster(s)” of Tinsel Town.
Let’s have dekko at the “Woh Lamhe” of hers:
The seductress started her career as a damsel-in-distress in Bhatt Camp’s 2006 semi-hit “Gangster”. Kangana was praised by all and sundry in the film-fraternity. She deserved so!
Ranaut’s next role was in the Mohit Suri-directed drama “Woh Lamhe” (2006), a semi-biographical film based on the actress Parveen Babi and her relationship with the director Mahesh Bhatt. The film was a below-average grosser at the box-office.
After that happened a debacle called “Shaka Laka Boom Boom”.
In 2008, Kangana gave her career’s (till then) best performance in “Fashion”. The film is in my personal collection and Kangana contributes to a big part of 120 INR I spent. She won a National Award for being the best supporting actress of the year. She was!
Afterwards Ranaut featured in the commercially successful films “Raaz: The Mystery Continues” (2009) and “OUTIM” (2010), though she was criticised for being typecast in neurotic roles. A comic role opposite Maddy in the 2011 box office hit “Tanu Weds Manu” was well-received, though this was followed by a series of brief, glamorous roles in films that failed to propel her career forward.
Then came “Game” that went without making any name.
Her next noticeable role was of Kaya in the blockbuster magnum opus “Krrish 3”.
Two weeks later “Rajjo” tanked at the box-office. Zulmi Re Zulmi. What do you say, Kangy?
In 2014 Kangana appeared in and as “Queen” (class) and “Revolver Rani” (not bad). The former was a sleeper-hit but the latter flopped. In terms of performances, Both just showed us that Kangana is “Reebok” not Reebuki.
The 28 year old actress won a National Award for being the best actress of the year. She was!
“Tanu Weds Manu Returns” was one of the best crafts of 2015 and “Katti Batti” was watchable just because of Tanu.
I find glimpses Shabhana Azmi and Smita Patel in the gorgeous lady and pompous actress.
I am waiting for “Rangoon”.
Do tell us which one is (are) your favorite Kangana Ranaut-starrer(s). Mine is “Queen”.
P.S.: “Double Dhamaal”, “Knock Out” and “Rascals” aren’t worth mentioning.
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