Queen is a movie about growing up. Rani (Kangana Ranaut) is a Delhi girl from a conservative family who is ditched by her fiancé just before her wedding. Shocked by this, she decides to set out on the planned honeymoon alone. As she travels the world and meets new people, she gains new experiences and discovers her own identity.Written by
Lisa Haydon had learnt French for a month to prepare for her role as a Indo-French hotel staff member, Vijaylaksmi. See more »
In a flashback when Rani asks Vijay whether she should take up a job or not, her hair is straitened. But as we can clearly see Rani's and Vijay's mother to be surprised when she returns from Amsterdam with hair straitened, it is obvious that she straitened her hair for the first time in Paris/Amsterdam. Her hair should have been curled in the flashback. See more »
The End Credits show Rani's experience of her "honeymoon" like a Facebook timeline. See more »
The UK theatrical release was altered for a '12A' rating, the distribution company choose to remove an aggressive use of strong language ('motherf**ker'). These cuts were later waived on DVD and the film was passed uncut at '15'. See more »
8th March is International Women's Day and Queen celebrates it with panache. When Rani played amazingly brilliant by Kangana Ranaut discovers herself on her solo honeymoon trip in Paris and Amsterdam, she comes back to India with a winning smile on her face. The same smile is pasted on your face throughout the movie. There is hardly any feminine emotion left that is not being touched upon in this witty, gritty, funny, emotional and very subtle cinematic portrayal of finding that a woman is more than being a mother, a sister or a wife. The movie talks in the language of love and affection which is not bound by the country in which you were born. All foreign characters here, be it Indian French single mother, the child-like Japanese guy, the European artist, the French restaurant owner or the black guy here play true to their cultures and don't seem fake at all. After Kangana, movie belongs to writer-director Vikas Bahl who shall be remembered now forever for penning this neat story and screenplay flooded with so many fresh and out of box ideas. So don't wait, go and experience the fun (read hungama) with your friends. It is one of the finest cinematic work of Bollywood. Period.
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