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Queen Movie Review: A Must Watch, As Kangana Is Superb!

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4.0/5
It all starts with a celebration mode and bangle crackling echoes with all kins sharing the joyful arrangement of an Indian marriage. Then our very own Punjabi Queen, Kangana Ranaut appears on the screen with a bright smile on her face.

The much talked about movie Queen has it all that can make you convinced to watch this flick which perhaps portrays Kangana's one of the best ever performances till date. Queen is all about a conservative Punjabi girl, Kangana Ranaut as Rani who gets dumped by her fiancé, played by Rajkumar Rao just two days prior to the marriage. Click on the image to watch review of the movie Queen.

Queen Review: A Must Watch, As Kangana Is Superb!

Hold on...it's not any typical tragic drama where a girl with tears in her eyes narrates her sad tale. Rather this confused Punjabi 'kudi' who never stepped out of her village without parental permission got over her pains and decided to host into the pre-booked honeymoon trip at France and Amsterdam on her own and thereby, re-discovering the better woman in herself. Although, the storyline is not any 'out of the box' element but Kangana's flawless acting and the perfect portrayal of the characters makes the film a must watch.

One of the best scenes in the movie that you will surely not want to miss is when this village girl Rani gets drunk for the first time in Paris and after that...well, I don't want to reduce the fun by revealing all. Nevertheless, Rajkumar Rao does not have much scope to showcase anything in the film, entry of Lisa Haydon hands over a necessary support to the storyline.

The director, Vikas Bahl has made it sure that all the scenes are perfectly shot and utilization of the transitions is a charm every time. The director also tried to deliver a motivating message to the women folk through this film which says that every woman has the power to overcome all her miseries and lead her life the way she wants.

Although, the initial part of the film has got some 'not so necessary' sound tracks which perhaps is the only little drawback of the film, the entertaining latter half covers up all other issues and will leave the viewers with only applaud for the director and of course, our bubbly Queen, Kangana Ranaut.

So folks...just grab your tickets and be ready to fall in love with the Queen.

Topics: queen, kangna ranaut, vikas bahl, Lisa Haydon

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