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Revolver Rani Movie Critics Review & Expected Box Office Collection

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Revolver Rani: Critics Review

Yet another thrilling venture by Kangana after “Queen” awaits the audience. Based on the political issues reigning in the Chambal and Gwalior, Revolver Rani is the story about a local politician Alka Gujjar (Kangana Ranaut), who is not less than a female dacoit, speaking well with guns. Build against the political drop in these two areas, this film shows an unusual love between Alka Gujjar and her toy boy lover Vir Das.

Chambal- the land of guns and blood, where people don’t speak but shot or get themselves shot. Chambal has always been into the limelight because of its heavily aggressed population and a large scale killing, mainly due to political reasons. Revolver Rani is such a story of a political leader who has been ruling Chambal for quite a long. Her reign is near to an end. The opponents (Tomar’s) would do anything to evict her out of Chambal using their power( even if it hurts her heart). So they kidnap her love Rohan, a rising Bollywood star, and are about to kill her when Rani comes to shut all the guns down to save her lover boy.

This movie is a great satire of political love, an issue that has never been raised before in Bollywood. It would be really thrilling to watch such an action movie with 13 tracks in it, the initial won being sung by Usha Utthup. This film wants to spread the message, how much ruthless or the deadly the people may be, all need love.

Revolver Rani Expected Box Office Response

After the grand success of ‘Queen’ Kangana is all set for her new release Revolver Rani this 25th of April.

The storyline is amazing with lots of drama and a love chased. This is the story of a political leader and her love. This movie can easily have a grand opening earning upto 7-9 Crores Nett on first day. If the trend continues it could easily beat Queen and set the 3rd highest mark of bollywood collection with more than 66 Crores.

Both multiplexes and single screen are expected to do a good business on this movie.

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