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‘Never Cried So Much In A Flight’, Kangana Ranaut Reacts After Watching 12th Fail. ‘Might Just Fill The Void Irfan Khan Left’.

Kangana Ranaut is all praises for Vikrant Massey after watching the ’12th Fail’ movie. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has recently watched Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s sensational movie which was based on the non-fiction book 12th Fail by Anurag Pathak. It is a real life story of Manoj Kumar Sharma who overcame poverty and became an IPS officer.

Kangana Ranaut About Vikrant Massey’s 12th Fail:

The movie was released in theatres on 27 October 2023 and received much appreciation from the audience. Lately, it has premiered on Disney+ Hotstar. Taking to her Instagram stories, Bollywood Queen Kangana expressed her views about the film.

The ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ fame wrote: “What a terrific film coming from Hindi medium myself belonging to a rural village and being a general caste student for entry tests without reservations in my school years, I was weeping throughout the film, ufff never cried so much in a flight, my co-passengers were stealing concerned glances at me, I am embarrassed.”

Kangana continued to write about the Director and Actor as, “Vidhu sir has won my heart all over again. Vikrant Massey is beyond amazing!! In his coming years, he might just fill the void Irfan Khan Saab left behind..salutations to your talent dear one. Don’t miss it on Hotstar!”

Besides this, Kangana’s Tejas is available on Zee5 now. The actress celebrated New Year with her family.

Talking about her upcoming projects, Kangana will be next seen in ‘Emergency’ which is also directed and produced by herself. She is working in another untitled psychological thriller.

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