The success of Vikas Bahl’s Queen catapulted Kangana Ranaut to the big league. Apart from enjoying a fantastic run at the box office, the film received glowing praise from critics. In fact, Kangana even won the National Award for Best Actress for her performance. Queen Actress revealed during the tv show that no one really had any expectations from the film as the script of Queen, she thought it was “the most lame script ever”?. “I never thought, and it was not just me, whoever read Queen’s script said it was the most lame script ever,” she said.
Kangana revealed that the process of making Queen was “very unusual” and unlike anything she had seen before. “It turned out to be very good, but it could have gone the other way as well. But the director was prepared for it. It was a small budget film and nothing was at stake from his end, and even I had nothing to lose as I had no career left, so everybody was chilling,” she said.
Kangana said that she ignored the consequences and worked without stress in the team. She said she agreed to do the film, considered a risky move because she had ‘nothing to lose’ and ‘no career left’. “I thought, and it was not just me, whoever read Queen‘s script said it was the most lame script ever. Queen was a big party for everyone. The director was a very big producer. I will quote his words, he said, ‘Kangana lets not take stress about it, this is something fun.’”.
On the work front, Kangana will be seen next on the big screen in Mental Hai Kya, a quirky thriller revolving around mental illnesses and hallucinations which will be directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Prakash Rao Kovelamudi. The film is scheduled to open in theatres on March 29.