Kangana Ranaut: The Queen Of Bollywood

Aamir Khan has been praising Kangana Ranaut for her performance in Queen, Arbaaz Khan feels that Kangana has finally arrived and last but not the least Deepika Padukone is jealous of her.

Bollywood has completely gone ga-ga over Kangana Ranaut‘s latest movie Queen, which has earned her a lot of appreciation from her fellow actors and contemporaries.

“What a film!!! Guys you have to watch Queen. Anyone who hasn’t seen it please go now and see it.” wrote Aamir Khan on twitter.

On the other hand Arbaaz Khan said that Queen is one of the best films that he has seen in the recent times.

“Kangna is very endearing and an extremely gifted actor. I shall personally talk to Kangna and congratulate her. She is fabulous in the film, she is so natural, so gifted and talented.” stated Arbaaz post watching Queen.

While everyone is happy about a superb performance by Kangana, Deepika Padukone said that she envy’s Kangana.

“I have seen Queen and I am jealous of her performance, I think she was outstanding,” said Deepika without any hesitation.

This Is What The Other Celebrities Had To Say About Queen:

Karan Johar: ”Special mention to the ensemble cast of Queen, specially Lisa Haydon who is brilliantly cast and essays her part to pitch perfection.”

Sonakshi Sinha: ”Just watched Queen. Kangana is phenomenal. Vikas what a film you have made.”

Shekhar Kapur: ”Queen has a fresh golden heart, at the center of which lies a fluid consistent n convincing performance by Kangana Raut. Watch this one.”

Milap Zaveri: ”Queen and English Vinglish are sisters in spirit. Both celebrate life, love, courage and inner strength a woman has in an entertaining way.”

Queen directed by Vikas Bahl, released on March 7, 2014 and is getting rave reviews from both critics and audiences.

It also stars Rajkummar Rao and Lisa Haydon and it tells the story of a girl who goes for her honeymoon alone and captures her journey of self-discover.

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