• After watching 'Revolver Rani' no one would want to marry me: Kangana

    11th April 2014

    Kangana Ranaut, who is riding high on the success of her last film 'Queen', is now gearing up for her next woman-centric film, 'Revolver Rani' (RR).

    "Queen has been appreciated greatly. So the expectations from Revolver Rani are high. It is an unusual film. It's one of the most entertaining films I've done," Kangana said at a promotional event of the film. 

    "It's the most difficult role of my career. It's a totally hatke character. Revolver Rani committed her first murder at the age of seven. I took time to understand this character because I couldn't believe such a character could exist," she further said.  

    Shooting for the film in the notorious Chambal valley, the home ground of dacoits was not an easy task. 

    "Sai Kabir (director) told me that even a child has a bandook there! He also said I was brave to shoot there, something no hero would have done. I told him had I known it was so dangerous would I have come?", a smiling Kangana added.

    The actress who went for the narration of Revolver Rani's script with her sister was warned not to sign the film.

    "When I went for narration of this film, my sister had come with me. She advised me not to do the film as the character was crazy, twisted, aggressive, abusive... The character seemed difficult, impossible to create on screen. But I took it up," the actress said.

    In the trailer of the film, Kangana has expressed her desire to get married near the Taj Mahal. 

    When asked about her wish of tying the knot in real life, she said, "After watching 'Revolver Rani' no one would want to marry me."

     

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