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Best Of Kangana Ranaut's Movies

Kangana Ranaut is one of the most versatile actresses in Indian film industry today. She may have done very few movies but each is challengingly different from the other and yet she has successfully managed to nail each and every role given to her. Here is a list of movies in which she has proved her acting skills.

Tanu Weds Manu Returns

First things first. Kangana Ranaut has done a fabulous job with her characters Tanu and Datto. Tanu hasn't lost her weird, irresponsible and audacious ways, Datto is a sincere, young girl, a fiercely independent one, who takes up responsibilities. From the body languages of the two women to their accents, Kangana aces it to the T. She proves yet again that she is one of the few heroines in Bollywood who is willing to experiment with different roles and still come out as the most convincing every time.

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Queen

Queen

‘Queen’ is a significant Bollywood marker, a film that is intensely local and gloriously global, with a terrific lead performance by Kangana Ranaut, in a story that bubbles over with real feeling and meaning. Kangana Ranaut much more than her clothes. Her mobile face has sensibly been kept free from pancake, and more than anything else, Ranaut comes off believable: she does hurt like no other Bollywood heroine currently can.

Gangster

The performances by the actors were outstanding. Kangana was simply amazing and merged herself into the character. Unbelievably her first performance was definitely first rate. Kangana is definitely the star of the film and has given a punch packed debut. Even when her character makes a grave mistake, the audiences’ heart seems to go out to her in stead of hating her. She definitely has unconventional looks for a bollywood actress, but the lass has managed to prove that performance precedes everything. Shiney Ahuja is dynamic in his performance as Daya, the gangster. The actor is a powerhouse of talent, even though he does not have many dialogues in the film, his performance and facial expressions are breathtaking. Among the many magnetic scenes where Shiny excels, two which stand out and makes your heart ache is the scene where Shiney begs Simran for one chance and falls into her lap and the other one is his outburst and cry of pure, raw anguish and pain. Definitely an actor to watch out for. Emran Hashmi too gives a credible performance; his performance is in line with his acting. Gulshan Grover’s special appearance too is quite adept.

Life in a...Metro

Metro is all about emotional, witty and a realistic depiction of urban relationships. Director Anurag Basu attempts to explore the complexities of various different relationships that exist in a cosmopolitan city. The film depicts how the characters tend to forget their identities and also leave behind the ones who matter the most in order to fulfill their dreams and ambitions. Kangana Ranaut has a silent but strong role and conveys a lot through her eyes and silences.

Fashion

The real winner, the real show-stealer, however, is Kangana Ranaut who delivers a knock-out performance. Her confidence, hysterics, good looks, arrogance and confusion are superbly acted. This is not the first time she plays psychologically disturbed girls, but she is just too brilliant at it, so I salute it. This is an exceptional intense portrayal. 'Fashion' may show only one side throughout and may be a bit disturbing at some points, but towards the end it shows a brighter, more optimistic side, which was missing during the entire show and is reasonably worth the wait. Prepare yourself for an interesting and entertaining flick about a girl who tries to make her dream come true, but don't expect to see a knowledgeable and correct

Shootout At Wadala

Kangana may not have the item song benefit but she has recall value as the anguished gangster's moll.

Revolver Rani

Kangana Ranaut, who seems to be having a great year, hits another home run with her performance as the feisty and slightly deranged Alka Singh who is scary, naughty, unabashedly sexual, just and professionally speaking quite a fighter.