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Revolver Rani
Even if she is deadly, Revolver Rani needs love too!

Revolver Rani

25 Apr, 2014
2 hrs 13 mins
53 votes
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In the hostile territory of Chambal, the land of rebels, politicians, bullets and blood, you either live by the gun or die by the gun. Revolver Rani is set in this hostile world where there are no friends; only fragile alliances and deadly enemies that aim straight for the head. But sometimes you do not need to take lives to finish your enemies. Sometimes you just need to go for their heart. Revolver Rani is a satirical and unusual love story set against the backdrop of politics. It is about Alka Singh (Kangana Ranaut), the leader of a political party, and her obsessive love for Rohan Mehra (Vir Das), a rising star of Bollywood.

The elections in Gwalior have just finished and Alka`s reign has come to an end. Her opposition, the Tomar party, have come into power and want to use their new position to take out Alkabut first they want to hurt her. The Tomars kidnap Rohan from Mumbai and take him back to Gwalior with the aim to kill him. They are about to pull the trigger when Revolver Rani turns up all guns blazing and saves his life.

Revolver Rani has a very unique story at its heart that has only ever been hinted at before in Bollywood. This film will bring that story into the limelight and show the viewers what would happen if a political giant fell in love with a Bollywood star and then had to protect him from her enemies. It is a very authentic satire, littered with dead bodies, love and black comedy that builds up to an iconic climax set in the Shivpuri Bird Sanctuary just before the break of dawn. Even if she is deadlyRevolver Rani needs love too!
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Almost a month after the best performance of her career, hands down, Kangana Ranaut is back as Rani. This time not as the naive girl from Rajouri, Delhi. But as a rebellious dacoit with a distinct taste in phasion, phun and gun. Plot: Alka Singh aka Revolver Rani (Kangana Ranaut) is a dacoit-turned-politician with a ... ...Read full review
In the life of a Bollywood leading lady, a month can be a long time. In Queen, Kangana Ranauts Rani was a West Delhi ingnue plunged into a quest to find herself. In Revolver Rani, Kangana Ranaut does a 360 degree in terms of look: she is a rebel, wearing outlandish Turkish pants and jackets and dark glasses and a dark tan. She is also a woman, and she is also, in her own twisted way, in search of herself. But the difference between the two films is crucial: the Rani in Queen won our hearts because she was believable every inch of the way. This Rani, who hefts revolvers and shoots to kill, is neither wholly a cartoon figure, nor completely credible. This confusion makes us stop suspending disbelief, and Revolver Rani becomes a tiresome Bollywoodesque trudge through the Chambal, and its men and one woman posturing with guns, and the standard corrupt netas and complicit cops. ...Read full review