7 Interesting Facts About Kangana Ranaut’s Queen We Bet You Didn’t Know!
The movie queen made lot of headlines when it hit the cinema, yes this movie was a big hit on the screen and critically also it gained lot of appreciation, and how can we forget the awards it grabbed at every award show. These all things we know but trust me the facts that I am presenting here are really unknown to you.
1# Managed with 25 people only
Despite shooting abroad, Vikas Bahl did not have a huge budget to spend on the film. While such extensive outdoor shoots usually require a crew of over 100, Vikas Bahl could manage with just about 25 people on board.
2 # No vanity for kangana
Vikas Bahl couldn’t even afford a vanity van for Kangana. Recalling how Queen was shot on shoe-string budget, “We would shoot at 3-4 locations in a day. We would quickly film a scene at a spot and then sling the camera over our shoulders and moved to the next location. Kangana would have to get dressed in public restrooms or at whichever restaurant we had stopped at for a meal.”
3 # Matching the natural wayQueen was not shot in a linear fashion. In order to make it look closer to reality, the color of mehendi applied to Kangana’s hand was faded to match its natural fading.
4 # kangana adding to the movie
Few of the scenes in Queen were added after Kangana’s suggestion. Scenes like the kiss scene with the Italian chef, and a small scene where Rani asks a stranger to click her picture in Amsterdam were added later.
5 # kangana the dialogue writer Kangana turned into a dialogue writer for this film. Apart from writing dialogues for the film, Vikas also allowed her to add her own dialogues so that the film could look more realistic. Kangana was also given credit for the additional dialogues.
6 # First Hindi song
The remixed version of “Hungama Ho Gaya” was shot at Club NL, in Amsterdam, where a Hindi song was played for the first time.
7# sudden dead of the cinematographer
90 percent of the film was already shot when film’s cinematographer Bobby Singh died suddenly following an asthma attack on 25 December 2012, that’s when Anurag Kashyap volunteered to edit the film himself.