Kangana Ranaut, who wowed the audience and had the critics applauding with her superb performance in the recently released 'Queen', is one of the very few actors in Bollywood who insist on being part of "purposeful cinema". When she first arrived in Mumbai, armed with her experience in modeling and theatre and looking to make it in cinema, she was spotted by Anurag Basu, who gave her the big break in 'Gangster'. Movies such as 'Woh Lamhe', 'Life in A Metro', 'Fashion' and 'Raaz 2' followed...
Adjudged by critics and fans to be the best in Bollywood to play characters with neurotic shades, Kangana has now decided to break the mould with her upcoming releases such as 'Revolver Rani' and 'Tanu Weds Manu 2'.
Click on, for a pictorial fact file on the one and only Kangana, who plays a no holds barred dacoit-turned-politican in 'Revolver Rani'.