Kangana turns a year older

Kangana RanautThe dazzling diva turns a year older on this 20th day of March, it is our turn to stand, pause and ruminate on her points of success and those of glory. The dashing Rajput born to Asha and Amandeep hails from Mandi-a district in the lap of the heavenly Himachal. With a focus on making it big in the world of ramps, Kangana stepped into the realm of a modeling academy in 2003- following her deals with college chapter.

Ranaut’s tryst with acting began with her marks in theater acting. ‘Taledanda’ of Girish Karnad marked her introduction to the stagecraft. Arvind Gaur- one of India’s leading theater artiste happened to be her mentor. In order to kick start her entry into the gorgeous arena of the glittering tinsel, the aspiring actress had herself trained by Asha Chandra.

The year 2005 laid the foundation for her entry into the tinsel world of Mumbai. The ace director- Anurag Basu seemed to have noticed her in one of Mumbai’s café. The diva started off with Anurag Basu’s ‘Gangster’. The flick revolving around the twists in the life of a barmaid also included Emran Hashmi in addition to Shiney Ahuja. With its striking resemblance to the tale of a real life don and his sizzling girlfriend, the film reaped enormous success at the realm of box-office. Besides reaping rich returns at the box-office, the sizzling Kangna astounded the critics by her breathtaking performance.

The top find of Anurag Basu had sizzling bouts of acting to offer in another of his venture- ‘Life in a Metro’ to give way to fresh rounds of applause and acclaim. ‘Who Lamhe’ and ‘Shakalka Boom, boom’ – some of the other illustrations of the aspiring actress also made way for much ripples. With Mughdha Godse’s ‘Fashion’, the actress reached the zenith of her glory. The film delving deep into the insidious deals of the fashion world not only fetched voluminous acclaim; but also established Kangna’s credentials as a matured role player. Besides winning the acclaimed ‘Filmfare Award’, Ranaut also bagged the ever so prestigious ‘National Film Award’. Her deals as the supporting cast gave way to rave reviews and widespread applause.

Having walked all her way through a trail of success including those revolving around ‘Raaz…..the Mystery’,’ Once upon a time in Mumbai’ and ‘Tanu weds Manu’; the aspiring actress stamped her note of versatility. It is expected that the actress who turns twenty-five will keep startling the filmy world with fresh tales of success.