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KANGANA AND RAJKUMAR TO BE SEEN ON SCREEN ON 22ND FEBRUARY

By Simran Kashyap . 4th July 2018 12:00pm
KANGANA AND RAJKUMAR TO BE SEEN ON SCREEN ON 22ND FEBRUARY

Kangana Ranaut and Rajkumar Rao were earlier seen together sharing the screen in the movie 'Queen'.And now this chemistry will again shine on the screen in the upcoming movie 'Mental Hai Kya'. The movie has already created the buzz, when the poster of this movie was out. The poster of this movie is very unique and different from other movies.The audience are eagerly waiting for one look of this movie. As the poster is unique, both the Queen stars have revealed the date in a very different manner. The producer of the film Balaji Motion Pictures have tweeted the video of the actors telling the releasing date to the audiences. HAVE A LOOK AT THE VIDEO: https://twitter.com/balajimotionpic/status/1014063349456199680?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1014063349456199680&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndtv.com%2Fentertainment%2Fmental-hai-kya-kangana-ranaut-and-rajkummar-rao-announce-release-date-with-a-quirky-video-1877257 Currently the stars are shooting in London and there only they made a video and announced the release date of the film i.e 22nd February, 2019. The video gives the retro looks of the actors in which they are wearing the dress at the time of Victoria's era and have well-oiled heir. National award winning Telugu filmmaker Prakash Kovelamudi is wearing the director's hat and is making the debut in Bollywood. The script of the movie is penned down by Kanika Dhillon. In an interview when asked about the script of the movie actor Rajkumar said that the story is well written and something new and fresh that our audience will see. And on the other hand Kangana replied that she chose the movie for a personal reason. Adding to it she said “The way my life unfolded in the past few years, I realised there was so much stigma attached to being different. ‘Mental’ or ‘psycho’ were the terms used to shame me, but these can’t be used casually as swear words. When this script came along, I knew I had to do it to break the stigma around it. High time we made individuality aspirational."