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Kangana Ranaut is Cinderella out to claim her place through QUEEN
March 5, 2014 11:30:15 IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
There are two ways in which one can mark one's place in the show business, one way is by conforming to the present norm and sail along with the stream- a trend that does not have longevity associated with it. While the other way is to thrive on the inherent traits and chip away slowly, but surely, to mark one's place based on the innate abilities.
Kangana Ranaut is one such actress who is leveraging on her background and has not tried to give it up to join the brigade where the thin dividing line distinguishing one actress from the other is very diffused and indeterminate.
She perhaps needed a Vikas Bahl to underline her chosen template of being rooted to her background, as also not giving up on her local diction in her dialogue deliveries as it adds an element of innocence and the particular twang brings out the earthiness and freshness of the hills, from where Kangana Ranaut hails.
Kangana Ranaut perhaps is last of those in the current generation who have not subsumed their identities - in her case the identity of hailing from the hills and carrying it over through the innocent demeanor in her presentation and also in her diction- and it seems that with QUEEN she would be able to carve a niche of her own.
The conviction to underline the maxim emerges from the fact that her approach so far to acting which tended to gravitate to assembly-line approach after making her mark through the boutique approach in TANU WEDS MANU returns back to the boutique approach characterised by performance having its own unique shades of nuances under the able guidance of Vikas Bahl as the director.
It is a director who is instrumental in either paving the way for an actor to follow the assembly-line approach to acting or to encourage her or him to bring in own nuances, and those who are able to do that facilitate execution of scintillating performances.
Vikas Bahl through QUEEN has been able to do that and one only hopes that Kangana Ranaut gets to enact more such roles in the future of these kind that she is doing in QUEEN, that would further facilitate in carving a niche thriving on her background, her demeanor and her particular way of diction which is unique in its own way.