Trailer: Bold and rustic Kangana Ranaut in ‘Revolver Rani’


Revolver Rani’ presents Kangana Ranaut in a looks that has never been seen before. Kangana, after making headlines for her character ‘Rani’ in ‘Queen’, she is set to be seen in a bold and rustic look in ‘Revolver Rani’.

The movie an ironic and unusual love story set against the surroundings of politics. Kangana is seen as Alka Gujjar or the ‘Revolver Rani’, the leader of a political party, who has interests in “phasion, phun aur gun” — or Fashion, fun and guns — and her compulsive lover boy, Vir Das, played by Rohan Mehra, who is an aspiring Bollywood actor.

From the trailer, the movie seems quite promising and Kangana carries her off-beat act with elegance. After earning praises for her performance in ‘Queen’, it is time to see an altogether new Kangana in ‘Revolver Rani’.

The film, it seems uses too much of rural language, but the actress with her performance makes it realistic.

The movie stars Piyush Mishra, Zakir Hussain and Pankaj Saraswat as well.

‘Revolver Rani’ is directed by Sai Kabir Shrivastav and is produced by Raju Chadha & Crouching Tiger Production. Going by the trailer, the movie has the usual Bollywood masala ingredients that are seen in most films nowadays.

The poster of ‘Revolver Rani’, too, is fantastic and Kangana’s appearance in it is quite impressive.

Kangana made her acting debut in 2006 with a leading role in ‘Gangster’. For her role as a troubled model in ‘Fashion’ in 2008, the actress won a Filmfare and a National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. She was then seen in commercially successful films such as ‘Raaz – The Mystery Continues’ in 2009, ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai’ in 2010, ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ in 2011, ‘Double Dhamaal’ in 2011 and ‘Shootout at Wadala’ in 2013. She also earned critical acclaim for her role in ‘Krrish 3’ also in 2013. And lately, she appeared in ‘Queen’ in 2014, one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all-time.

Kangana began her career as a theatre actor in Delhi with Asmita Theatre Group. She was trained under renowned theatre director Arvind Gaur and took part in his theatre workshop at India Habitat Centre and acted in a number of plays as well. She was first seen performing with Arvind Gaur was Girish Karnad’s ‘Taledanda’ (Rakt-Kalyan). Later, she joined Asha Chandra’s course in 2004 to prepare herself to face the camera.

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