April 20th – A To Z Challenge 2017 – Letter “Q”

Published 21st April 2017 by viewsofpreethib

April 20th – Letter “Q” 

Film – Queen (2014)
Language – Hindi
Genre – Comedy Drama
Written by – Anvita dutt Guptan, Kangana Ranaut
Director – Vikas Bahl
Producer – Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Madhu Mantena
Music Director –  Amit Trivedi, Rupesh Kumar Ram
Cast –  Kangana Ranaut, Rajkummar Rao, Lisa Haydon


Story – Rani Mehra (Kangana Ranaut) who is a simple, homely, shy yet enthusiastic, sensitive, timid woman in her early twenties from Delhi. Rani is excited as she is getting married to the man Vijay (Rajkummar Rao) who loves her from collage days. To her shock two days before the wedding Vijay meet’s her in a cafe day and tells her that he does not want to marry her. The reason he gives for not marrying is that since he is back from London he has changed a lot, he is modern, more sophisticated, his standards are more and hence she is no longer his type of girl with whom he wants to settle, as she is still the same simple woman who is not modern. She begs him to marry her and assures him she would change herself as per his likes after the wedding. However, Vijay rejects her and says he will not change his decision, as he no longer wants to marry her.

Rani comes back home crying and locks her up in a room for a whole day. The next day morning she tells her parents she wants to go on her honeymoon. Her parents are shocked, but finally agrees on sending her alone to travel to Paris and Amsterdam. The rest of the story is about her journey in the foreign land, her experience in the foreign land, new friends, and her discovery about her-self. During her travel, Vijay calls her and tells her he wishes to marry her. What made Vijay to call her? Why did he call her? Will Rani and Vijay get back together? To know all the answers to these questions you will have to watch the movie.

My Say on the Film – Good teamwork, a female oriented movie, beautiful cinematography, good story, acting is good. Fabulous performance by Kangana Ranaut.

Closing Remarks – A movie that shows that a woman can be strong, she can take her decisions, she can overcome any trauma she is going through. A good movie to watch for sure.


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