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Queen is a movie about growing up. Rani (Kangana Ranaut) is a Delhi girl from a conservative family who is ditched by her fiancé just before her wedding. Shocked by this, she decides to set out on the planned honeymoon alone. As she travels the world and meets new people, she gains new experiences and discovers her own identity. Written by
When accepting the Filmfare Award for Best Director, Vikas Bahl said, that one day his father was on the film's set to see what job his son does as a director, however, it was the assistant directors who were working that day. See more »
When Kangana is leaving from New Delhi to Paris and is seated in the airplane, there are 3 shots of the airplane from the outside and in each of the three shots the airplane model changes from an Airbus A320 to an Airbus A330 to an Airbus A380. See more »
[Drunk; Crying; Talking to Vijaylakshmi]
Look at me! I am alone because of him! I'm doing everything alone. Crossing roads alone. Seeing the Eiffel Tower alone. Fighting muggers alone.
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The End Credits show Rani's experience of her "honeymoon" like a Facebook timeline. See more »
Well well well, what do i tell you about Vikas Bahl & Kangana Ranaut. They have done excellent justice to the movie. Nobody could have played "Rani- The Queen" better than her. She is absolutely marvelous and a plain delight to watch.
Its a simple story about a simple girl who is dumped by her fiancé a day before their marriage and she leaves for her "honeymoon" all by herself. There she discovers life and herself amongst people she hardly knows and befriends.
Watch it for a stunning performance by Kangana who is nothing less than "Vidya Bagchi" as she carries the film on her own shoulders and for its super fine direction.
P.S : I wish Kangana's father would watch this film. He'd be really proud of his daughter.
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