Queen
A story of a girl who sets out on her honeymoon all by herself.
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Queen

Hindi, Telugu
RomanceDrama
07 Mar, 2014
2 hrs 32 mins
82%
749 votes
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CRITICS RATING
5 602
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3 14
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4.9
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SYNOPSIS
Rani is a 24-year-old Punjabi woman. Her family is conservative. Her brother escorts her everywhere for her safety. But when her wedding is cancelled by her fiance, Rani is shocked and confused, and she decides to take her honeymoon by herself. The story of her wedding does not play a big part. The film is mostly about her growing up. She speaks for herself as she discovers her own identity.
LEAD CAST
This is a film that is no less tangy than the gol gappas that Rajouri Garden girl Rani Mehra rustles up in an Italian pizzeria in faraway Amsterdam. The bright and breezy Queen does not require even two minutes (that is how long it takes the heroines culinary output to activate the first Dutch buyers unaccustomed taste buds) to work its magic. It hits its straps from the very outset. ...Read full review
The film is amazing. That much you can see from the rating. The `Queen` in the movie, the heroine looks anything but. She looks like your typical girl next door.The story goes like this. Rani comes from Delhi`s Rajouri Garden area. Her father`s owns a sweet shop and quoting his friend in the movie, Rani `bitiya` is pretty sweet. But in her own words, Rani`s always been a good girl, listening to everyone but she`s never been able to do anything for herself or etch a real place in the world for herself. ...Read full review
Theres a moment towards the end of Queen when our heroine Rani (Kangana Ranaut) sways on the edge of slipping back into her old life. She hesitates, the moment passes, and you feel Ranis sheer sense of liberation as she turns her back on a selfish man.Its been a journey of self-discovery, across oceans and continents for this Rajouri Garden girl, but Rani finally chooses herself. It is a sweet victory and you feel richer for the choice she makes because Queen is that rare, disarming film that has you smiling throughout ...Read full review

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