Tanu Weds Manu Returns

Watching Kangana Ranaut in Tanu Weds Manu Returns is like watching an athlete at the top of her game — consummate skill combines with effortless grace. There isn’t a false note or a shadow of strain. As both the rebel without a cause, Tanu, and the Haryanvi sportswoman Kusum, Kangana is pitch-perfect. She deep dives into your heart and stays there. The film is set four years after the fiery Tanu wed Manu Sharma, the London-based doctor played by R Madhavan. Sadly, their romance seems to have reached its expiry date. She says he is ‘duniya ka sabse boring aadmi; na koi personality na sense of humor’. He thinks she has bipolar disorder. Soon, she returns home to Kanpur. He follows. Her ex-fiancée, the menacingly sexy Raja Awasthi (played by Jimmy Shergill), comes back into her life. Meanwhile Manu finds himself falling in love with Kusum, a national-level athlete who is the spitting image of Tanu.

 

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