Apr 12, 2020

Queen is a 2014 Indian comedy-drama, film was directed by Vikas Bahl and was produced by Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, and Madhu Mantena. The film stars Kangana Ranaut in the lead role, with Lisa Haydon and Rajkummar Rao playing supporting roles

The script of Queen was co-wrote by bahl with Chaitally Parmar and Parveez Shaikh. Anvita Dutt Guptan was written the dialogue for the film.

Principal photography of Queen began in 2012 and it was taken 45 days to complete. Made on a Total budget of ₹20 crore (US$2.8 million), the film was earned over ₹108 crore (US$15 million) at the global box-office, emerging as a commercial success

Queen starts off in the most mainstream desi way possible. The Big Fat Indian Wedding with relatives at every nook and corner and dance to Punjabi tunes is galore.

The film revolves around Rani an innocent Punjabi girl, who gets dumped one day before her wedding day. She gets an idea to go on her honeymoon all by herself, and that very trip shows her road to self-empowerment while going through several comical situations and meets new friends, goes through life how a woman should

One of the finest performances Kangana given in this movie. She was immersed deep in the character. Her dialogue delivery; her posture; her expressions. Rajkummar Rao played a great job as well and the rest of the foreign actors were just delightful and splendid to see.

Movie won several awards, at the 60th Filmfare Awards ceremony, the film won six leading awards, including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actress and at the 62nd National Film Awards ceremony, the film won the Best Hindi Film and Best Actress awards.

The film’s soundtrack was composed by Amit Trivedi, and lyrics was written by Anvita Dutt. Amit Trivedi also gives the great music as well as superb background score. Every single song captures a theme of the film and just blends perfectly with the several scenes in the film, ‘London Thumakada’ captures the Indian Wedding Theme, while ‘O Gujariya’ is just great to listen to. A special mention about the remake of ‘Hungama Ho Gaya’ which is just complete fun to listen to