Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut has the unique ability of grabbing the focus in the little stints she does in her films. Careful observation will tell you that the lady in all her films, barring a few like Tanu Weds Manu, has never had the film’s entire focus on herself alone. Beginning with Gangster, her role has never had the sparkling onus all on herself. Being a Emraan Hashmi, Shiney Ahuja film, it was her powerful acting that helped her get noticed.

Even in the Anurag Basu venture Life In A Metro, she managed to grab eyeballs despite the presence of more experienced and powerful actors like Kay Kay Menon, Shilpa Shetty, Konkona Sen Sharma and Irrfan Khan. Matching up her level of skill with theirs, she was majestic in her little role in the film.

Continuing to her last film, Shootout At Wadala, the script has cringed on every character saving that of Manya Surve played by John Abraham. Despite this loophole, she manages to bring tenderness on screen with the overflowing grace of her character.

Lately the buzz has it that Ranaut is picking her roles very carefully. Loaded with impressionable work, she fantastically juggles between projects. Her most important upcoming lead will be Filmkraft’s Krrish 3. An Indian Superhero film, the film will be an all-in-all Hrithik Roshan affair with Priyanka Chopra playing his prime aide. Procuring the second female lead in the film, it won’t be surprise if she manages to scrape through with commendable reviews for her role. But will she be able to stand out in the film?

With a meaty on screen stint in the film, we just hope that the lady will once again create wonders with her character.

However Kangana, even after years in Bollywood has maintained her professionalism intact. She said, “I’m an actor. I get assignments, I do my work and I stay totally detached from my movies. It’s good if a film does well but that’s not going to change my attitude or commitment to my work.”

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