Kangana Ranaut is the leading actress of Bollywood who broke the male-dominated patterns in B Town with women-centric films. Kangana Ranaut had won three National Awards for her outstanding acting skills. With Manikarnika, she is marking her debut as a director in Bollywood.
Before the release of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, I have decided to look back on Kangana Ranaut’s career and picked her three Best films, you should definitely watch:
Queen is Kangna’s finest film of the career who actually made her into industry’s leading actress. Her heartfelt performance in a well-written script was outclassed. Kangana Portrays Rani who gets dumped by her fiance. She finds herself in Europe when she decides to have a honeymoon alone.
Queen is a journey of a girl who evokes the freedom. A coming-of-age film which definitely set the benchmark for women centred films. Kangana’s powerful acting skills leave you stunned. Rani is every girl’s favourite character who stepped out from the male-dominated society and make herself free to fly to another beautiful world.
Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015)
Kangna’s double role as Datto and Tanu showcased a glorious tale in the sequel of Tanu Weds Manu. Kangana was pretty impressive in the role of a Haryanvi girl. She has defined herself as a brave, fearless and the strong girl. Both characters look different and real with versatile acting skills from Kangana.
Himanshu Sharma’s writing makes an impact when Kangana comes on the screen. Her dialogue delivery made a spark which truly connects you with the story. Not only Datto, but the character of Tanuja is also my favourite character. Sometimes, you feel both characters are competing for each other.
Shonali Gujral’s character in Fashion is Kangana’s first such character you would love and hate both. She essayed the role of a top model who is going through the personal inferno. Kangana showed the class of her acting in a supporting role competing with Priyanka Chopra.
Kangana completely placed herself in the character that it evoked empathy and realism. She won the national award for best supporting role in Fashion. It signifies how she has given her finest performance in Madhur Bhandarkar’s film.