Happy Birthday Kangana Ranaut: 5 outstanding movies of Kangana one can't miss

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The Queen of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut celebrates her 33rd birthday on Monday. From her initial journey with no background from Bollywood to the national-award-winning movies, Kangana is, without a doubt a substation of talent. 

Here are five super hit films of Kangana in which she just stole the hearts of the audience by her outstanding performance.

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Fashion (2008)

All the limelights spotted on Kangana after her extraordinary performance in Fashion. She played the role of a supermodel, who succumbs everything due to drug addiction. She won National Award under the best-supporting actress category for the film.

Tanu weds Manu (2011 AND 2015)

In 2011, Kangana came with another blockbuster Tanu weds Manu. It was a comic drama which narrated the story of two opposite people falling in love. Later, as the film was loved by the audience so much, the sequel of Tanu weds Manu came in the year 2015. The same Jodi od Kangana and Madhavan again stole the show and was highly appreciated by the audience. Kangana contrived to master, both Tanu and Kusum with much comfort and her performance got another National Award for Best Actress Category.

Queen (2014)

After her movie, Queen, which came in 2014, Kangana became the official queen of Bollywood. It narrated the tale of a Delhi girl’s journey, who sets out to go on her honeymoon alone after his fiancé furrows her a day before their marriage. For her startling performance in Queen Kangana again won the National award for Best Actress Category.

Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi (2019)

In 2019, Manikarnika was released, which was a biopic of the Queen of Jhansi who sacrificed her life, fighting against the Britishers. It was directed, by Kangana and Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi.

Panga (2020)

Panga is the latest release of Kangana, based on the life of a Kabbadi national player. The movie displays how the player manages to make a comeback after starting up a family. It shows the balancing of the passion and responsibilities in the most unrealistic way possible.

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