Simran movie review: A Kangana Ranaut show all the way

Carla Harmon
September 15, 2017

Talking about the lifetime box office prediction, taking all of Kangana's previous releases into account, Simran is expected to eventually reach the finish line with 22-25 crores in its account. She pretty much holds the entire film on her solo shoulders and does a decent job.

She runs out of luck and money and loses all that she had saved up for her dream house.

Kangana Ranaut's Praful Patel act in the film is a bold, fearless woman, who doesn't shy away from expressing herself. But in my 10 years, I've achieved significant milestones to demand a certain fee.

Kangana has had a chequered career but she truly came into her own after Queen.

"AIB: The Bollywood Diva Song feat", the video shows Kangana as a film heroine, Priya, in the middle of an item number. But does she headline the bracket? Though it is inspired by a true story, the director could have made it more interesting. Stay tuned with us for more updates and review reports. Her penchant to play roles written with a certain edge has been established over the last few years.

Kangana puts up an enchanting performance on screen and single handedly gets the story going. The box office collection prediction for Simran on its opening day is around 2 crores while the first weekend prediction is in the range of 7-8 crore. Her Gujarati accent is nearly ideal. She is a de factor global star today with her ABC series Quantico and Hollywood debut Baywatch. Her idea of becoming more independent by moving out of her father's house does not have her father's approval.

However, none of the worldwide projects have been included in the data, keeping the focus completely on actresses and their films' Bollywood box office earnings. Expectedly the camera never quite leaves her alone; she is in every frame, at times wearily so. Her Mary Kom was critically acclaimed. However, did the film deliver? Kangana's earlier performances - be it Queen or Tanu Weds Manu - have appealed also because they were backed by a solid supporting cast which is clearly amiss in Simran.

Kangana Ranaut's latest movie, Simran, directed by Hansal Mehta is all set to hit the theatres tomorrow. But she can also drop her guard and be playful, like when she teases Sameer (Sohum Shah), a straight ace her parents are trying to get her married to, for being a perpetual "good boy".

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