Netizens in awe of Kangana Ranaut's regal look as Chandramukhi in upcoming film

Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut. Photo: IANS

Mumbai: Actress Kangana Ranaut stuns in her captivating new avatar as Chandramukhi in the highly-anticipated film 'Chandramukhi 2.' Her striking appearance features an elegant green saree adorned with a beautiful blend of golden hues, complemented by exquisite artistic designs, leaving fans in awe of her mesmerizing transformation.

Furthermore, giving an aura of elegance and regality coupled with her dominant and confident look, Kangana is also adorned with heavy golden jewellery, staring into the distance.

A standalone sequel to the 2005 film 'Chandramukhi', the movie will have little connection to the first film aside from the fact that this is also a horror comedy and will also be directed by P. Vasu.

Netizens have greatly praised her look saying that she not only looks beautiful and amazing but oozes an aura of charm and elegance signifying both beauty and strength.

The Lyca Productions on their X account, formerly known as Twitter, said: "The beauty & the pose that effortlessly steals our attention! Presenting the enviable, commanding & gorgeous 1st look of #KanganaRanaut as Chandramukhi from #Chandramukhi2. Releasing this GANESH CHATURTHI in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam & Kannada."

In 'Chandramukhi 2', Kangana will essay the character of an established royal dancer in the king's court, who was known, lusted after and envied for her beauty and dance skills. Raghava will play the lead role starring opposite Kangana in the film.

After this, Kangana will next be seen in her directorial feature film 'Emergency' where she portrays the role of the former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The film is a historical feature which will showcase the time of the political emergency which was invoked by the late Prime Minister during 1975-1977 when civil liberties and democracy were suspended, in what is referred to today as the darkest chapter in Independent India’s politics.

The film will cover the era of Indira Gandhi's rise to power leading up to the 1967 India-China Skirmish and then the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War after which she accumulated great judicial power causing a lot of political unrest in the country, leading to her invoking the emergency.
(With IANS inputs)

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