Bollywood: Kangana’s ‘Emergency’ teaser released, actress looking stunning in Indira Gandhi’s look

The film ‘Emergency’, which is going to be released on June 25, 2023, is based on the life of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

The teaser of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s next film ‘Emergency’ has come out. In this, actress Kangana looks exactly like Indira Gandhi, the only woman Prime Minister of India.

Let us tell you that it is clear from the title of the film that in its story there will be an attempt to touch the country’s biggest political event ‘Emergency’ very closely. The biggest emergency in Indian history was imposed in the country in 1984. Kangana is playing the character of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in this film and now the first look of this film has also been revealed. Kangana Ranaut has released the first look of her film ‘Emergency’ on Instagram. With this poster, Kangana wrote in the caption, ‘First look of Emergency is presented. Portrait of one of the most powerful and controversial women in the history of the world.’

For information, let us tell you that this look of Kangana is due to prosthetic makeup artist David Malinowski. In this picture, Kangana remains ‘Indira Gandhi’. After seeing Kangana in white hair, light wrinkles on her face, it can be said that Kangana will be seen rocking the film as ‘Indira Gandhi’.

Apart from this picture, Kangana has also shown a glimpse of the film. The actress has shared a video, which shows an incident from 1971. It is shown in this video how many officers used to address Indira Gandhi as ‘Sir’ instead of Madam. In this video, from the look of Kangana to the style of speaking, it is quite spectacular.

Talking about the story of the film itself, the film ‘Emergency’, which is going to be released on June 25, 2023, is based on the life of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Kangana is directing this film. This will be a film. Significantly, Kangana Ranaut was last seen in the film ‘Dhaakad’ which flopped badly at the box office.

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Sahil Kothari

Sahil Kothari is a Senior Journalist at youthistaan.com Follow him on twitter @sahilkothari21
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