The first look of actress Kangana Ranaut as Indira Gandhi is going to leave fans speechless. After much await, Ranaut has finally released her first look from her upcoming, film “emergency” where she is simply looking stunning as India’s former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The actress shared the poster and went on to write ‘Presenting #EmergencyFirstLook!
She further wrote, “Portraying one of the most powerful and controversial women in the history of the world… #Emergency shoot begins.’ The actress shared the news that the shoot of the film has begun. While in the film’s teaser it is seen that a man is attending a phone call and after that he is seen moving towards a huge office. After that it is seen that a women standing in the hall and she looks into some files. The man approaches towards the woman and asks her that the President of the US wanted to know if they can address her as ‘Madam’.
After that Kangana who portrays Indira Gandhi says “Okay. America ke president ko keh dena ki mujhe mere daftar me sab Madam nahi Sir kehte hain.” She captioned it, ‘Presenting ‘Her’ who was called ‘Sir’ and gave the hash tag as #Emergency shoot begins.’
As soon as Ranaut shared the teaser and the poster fans were mesmerized with her look and her appearance as India’s former Prime Minister. After that very soon fans started to shower love to the actress in the comment sections and filled the comment section with love as they wrote about Ranaut. One fan wrote in the comment, ‘As always she nailed it! Whereas another fan wrote, “She has minutely adopted every detail! Brilliant! Can’t wait to get more of it” While another fan made the comment about Ranaut’s appearance and acting and went on write, ‘Omg! The way she is talking; look at her facial expression… No doubt she is the best actress of Bollywood… Queen rocks… Its like we watching Indira Mam alive… Another National Award in her (Kangana’s) lap for acting.’
Emergency is Based on True Events of 1975
Talking about the film “Emergency”, it is based upon the true events that were unfolded back in 1975. The film chronicles the incidents which took place under the leadership of Mrs Indira Gandhi, one of the most Powerful Women in Indian History. The film is slated to hit the theatre screens in 2023.