Choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan is in a happy space. Farah shared her joy of completing 25 years on Twitter with a post that read, “25 yrs today JJWS released.. its my silver anniversary in the industry today,n i still feel it’s just the interval..2nd half abhi baaki hain.” Given that her journey has been so interesting, one wonders if she would be keen on having a biopic made on her life. Ask her about it and she says, “This I don’t know. Ritesh Soni, the writer of Pink, wants to write my journey.
Kangana Ranaut has been in the news for both the right and the wrong reasons. Recently, the actress grabbed headlines because of the co-writing controversy that involved her, Hansal Mehta and their movie Simran’s writer Apurva Asrani.
Kangana Ranaut recently unveiled the huge poster of her dream project, Manikarnika- a biopic on Rani Lakshmibai, in Varanasi. The film ran into trouble after Ketan Mehta accused the actress of conniving with producer Kamal Jain and others to hijack “Rani of Jhansi - The Warrior Queen”, his most ambitious film project. Now, responding to Ketan’s allegations, Manikarnika producer Kamal Jain told a leading daily, “Our lawyers have sent an interim response to him.
Biopics is the latest trend in the world of Bollywood and some of the finest actors are taking up the role of real-life heroes who have left a mark on us. The recent one being Kangana Ranaut who is all set to play the Rani Laxmi Bai in the upcoming movie Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.
Director Krish is going to start working on his second movie in Bollywood and will direct Bollywood Queen Kangana Ranaut. Krish, along with Kangana Ranaut, music composers Shankar Ehsaan Loy, writer Prasoon Joshi and producer Kamal Jain unveiled a 20-feet poster of the film which is titled Manikarnika. Kangana Ranaut performed the holy rituals at Varanasi and unveiled the poster of the film.
Kangana Ranaut launched the first poster of her upcoming film Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi on the banks of the Dashashwamedh Ghat in Varanasi. The actor performed a Ganga aarti even as fans went berserk all around. The poster focuses on the battle-lit eyes of a turbaned Kangana, who plays Rani Lakshmibai in the film.
In an inteview sometime back, Kangana had stated how she is giving her very best to the film Manikarnika and how this could be the climax of her acting career. Kangana had said, “A film like this gets made only once, no one is going to make it again. When asked what she meant by that, Kangana, during a recent media interaction said, "I said that because I feel there are projects and then there are films that fulfil something within you.
Kangana Ranaut’s family is on cloud nine. This is Rangoli and Ajay’s first child and naturally, the lovely couple is ecstatic with this. A source close to Kangana revealed to us about the same and added, “Yes Rangoli is pregnant and she has taken time off from work.
Kangana Ranaut’s last film Rangoon failed to work wonders at the box office. The movie, which was directed by Vishal Bhardwaj and also starred Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan in the lead, released on February 24, 2017 and opened to negative reviews from critics and audience alike. Says Kangana, “I, for one, thought the film had all the ingredients to be a profitable business proposition.
Kangana Ranaut is one actress who doesn’t shy away from answering any question that comes her way. Recommended read: Sonu Nigam’s Azaan controversy: A desperate attempt for publicity or a step towards change? Sonu Nigam grabbed headlines after he tweeted about being woken up by the morning azaan and the forced religiousness in India.
Karan Johar and Kangana Ranaut are having a war of words since the time she made an appearance on his show Koffee With Karan 5. The whole controversy of nepotism took place and many Bollywood celebrities were asked about their views about it. Recently, in an interview Barkha Dutt at Town Hall, Karan was asked about Kangana and whether he was nepotistic or sexist on KWK.
At a time when sequels are a sure-shot road to entering the 100 crore club, any actor would love to sign a sequel. Yes, Kangana Ranuat has dismissed all such reports. Yes, there were reports that Madhur Bhandarkar has approached Kangana Ranaut to star in the sequel to Fashion.
In February this year, Kangana Ranaut stirred a debate about how nepotism exists in Bollywood. The whole discussion started after the actress appeared on Karan Johar’s chat show and called him the flagbearer of nepotism. Obviously, Karan didn’t take the statement too kindly and hit back at the actress at an event in London School of Economics.
Imagine our Bollywood stars taking over the government ministries and running them according to their real life nature. Everyone is aware how the Queen of B-Town, Kangana Ranaut roars when it comes to talking about women empowerment, hence Alia and Ranbir decided to allocate the Ministry of Women Empowerment to Kangana.
Kangana Ranaut is one actress, who has never shied away from speaking her mind out. Today, the actress who was present at a launch event was asked to comment on the ongoing reports about more and more women facing sexual harassment at their workplace. First, TVF Ceo Arunabh Kumar was accused of it and very recently, it is director Vikas Bahl who has been facing charges of sexual harassment by an employee from Phantom Films.
A lot has been talked about Kangana Ranaut and Karan Johar’s nepotism controversy. An interesting fact is that it was Bhatt Sr’s camp Vishesh Films which launched Kangana in Bollywood with Gangster. Talking about it, Mahesh agreed to what Kangana said, saying, “There is some truth to what, she says.
Vidya Balan is all set to entice her fans with her upcoming film, Begum Jaan. In a recent interview with a popular news channel, Vidya was asked which actress has a good comic timing. To which she responded, “I think Kangana does comedy the best amongst all of us today.
Asha Parekh is gearing up for the launch of her autobiography The Hit Girl that will be unveiled by Salman Khan on April 10. Interestingly, her autobiography comes as a surprise since a few years back when she was asked about it in an interview, she had said, “I have to be truthful if I write my autobiography. Ask her what changed her mind and Asha Parekh admits, "Yes.
Vidya Balan is one of the strongest actors we have in Bollywood. Like the characters she portrays on the big screen, she is even fearless off screen. Recently, a leading tabloid questioned Vidya on the Kangana Ranaut controversy where she called filmmaker Karan Johar nepotistic.
The credibility of Bollywood award shows has been under scrutiny for a long time now. There have been allegations of award shows being manipulated and most importantly, of being a TV show more than being an award show. A lot of stars have shunned award shows and are rarely seen in them.
Not for nothing is she called ‘Queen of Bollywood’ – love her or hate her, these days it is definitely hard to ignore Kangana Ranaut. Here are some badass facts about this actor’s life and journey…
If you thought Sonam Kapoor said the most the controversial things in Bollywood, then let us introduce you to the ‘Queen’ of controversies, Kangana Ranaut. At the beginning of the episode, Karan introduced Kangana as a two-time National Award winner and said that he’s a fan of her performance. To which Kangana added, “I’m so happy to hear this from you as well because you’ve been the driving force in my life.
There are many Bollywood celebrities who are very strict about their endorsement portfolio. There are some brands they refuse to endorse because of various reasons. Here are some stars and the brands they don’t endorse.
Rangoon actors Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut’s war of words seems far from getting over. In an interview to a leading daily, the actor once again took a dig at his Rangoon co-star saying, “Kangana has a thing for one liners…When actors start engaging in this table-tennis match through interviews, the focus is then on the actors and not on the film. Recommended Read: Are Shahid Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan the new rivals in Bollywood?
From churning out films that have reduced heroines to nothing more than sex objects, and writing lyrics and dialogues that reek of sexism, to the huge pay gap between male and female actors in the industry, Bollywood has always relegated its female stars to the back burner. While earlier actresses were mostly content with their roles of playing second fiddle to actors, many of today’s actresses are standing up to their rights, and fighting against the male chauvinism that prevails in the industry.