Kangana Ranaut celebrates her eight years as queen: “It changed my life forever”
Kangana Ranaut Monday took to his Instagram story to celebrate eight years since his critically acclaimed movie Queen. Director Vikas Bahl has won several awards, including the National Film Awards. Celebrating the milestone, Kangana shared a throwback photo of herself and IPL team captains including Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni doing the film’s trademark thumka stage.
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“On this day (March 7) in 2014 a movie came out called Queen…And it changed my life forever,” she wrote along with the photo. Kangana added, “I played many roles after that. Datto, Manikarnika, Thalaivii but I didn’t know, no matter what I do, I will always be remembered as #Queen.”
Queen, which also starred Rajkummar Rao, revolved around Rani, who is abandoned by her fiancé before her wedding. Wanting to overcome her grief, she embarks on a solo trip to Paris. As she makes friends and explores the world, she discovers herself.
Last year, when he celebrated the seventh anniversary of the film, Kangana Ranaut had posted a long note on Twitter. She tweeted: “After almost a decade of struggle I was told I was too good an actor to be a Bollywood star, curly hair and vulnerable voice made it worse I signed Queen in thinking it’ll never come out I signed it for money with that money I went to film school in New York I bought a little house on the outskirts of Los Angeles in Calabasas, just when i left it all Queen came out, changed my life and Indian cinema forever; marked the birth of a new female lead and female-centric parallel cinema #7yearsofqueen.
In another post, she added, “Queen isn’t just a movie for me, it’s an explosion of everything I’ve deserved (that) has been taken away from me for 10 long years. It all came suddenly it was overwhelming. I truly believe that no one can take away what is ours, hang in there, you will get your due #7yearsofqueen.
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