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Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut who last worked together in Vikas Bahl's Queen are now all set to reunite for 'Mental Hai Kya' which marks the directorial debut of National Award winning director Prakash Kovelamudi.
The quirky first look of the film spread like wildfire and broke the internet yesterday. Taking the excitement a notch higher, the makers have now released another edgy and captivating look today piquing the audience's curiosity about the film further. Check it out here-
Crazy Is The New Normal
Kangana Ranaut definitely lives up to the promise of going 'Mental' in this new poster. What do you guys have to say?
Rajkummar Rao Was Blown Away By The Film's Narration
The actor told Mumbai Mirror, "For the narration, I met them together, and I was blown away. It was edgy, thrilling and as the characters are well-defined, my mind was full of ideas."
He Is An Admirer Of Kangana's Work
"I had such a great time shooting with her, I'm a great admirer of her work, be it Tanu Weds Manu or its sequel. We both play unique characters and it will be great to see how we execute it," he further told the daily.
On The Other Hand, Kangana Doesn't Want Him To Steal Away The Show
The actress was earlier quoted as saying, " I was at the top of my game then (during Queen) but he was not intimidated and treated me on camera with the disdain his character demanded. He is a star today while still being a brilliant actor, so I will have to be on my toes to ensure he doesn't steal the show from right under my nose."
Beware, It's Not A Comedy
The actress dispelled the notion that it's a crazy comedy and said, " You're never sure if this girl is hallucinating or what's happening to her is for real, whether the guy (Rajkummar Rao) is trying to trap her or she's got him wrong."
Mental Hai Kya is slated to hit the shooting floors this month with their first schedule beginning in Mumbai before the cast and crew gear up for London.