One name in the Bollywood industry that without a doubt gets related with creating new standards of versatility after every fill, breaking all stereotypical norms and making the audience look forward to her performance.
Gorgeous, charming, lively, the bold and beautiful – Kangana Ranaut.
Recently, the release of her movie ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ has created uproar amongst the masses. Her ability to fluidly adapt with any situation and specifically her dual role has held the audience captive for the entire length of the film.
One moment she is this prim and proper housewife who has altered her lifestyle to suit that of her husband; while in the next minute, she is the vivacious stress free individual who loves to wear funky clothing with matching accessories, not to forget the student who is also an athlete – multiple contrasting characters played by the one and only Kangana.
Not just about her acting skills but about the switch in the characters – is a complete pleasure to watch. She portrays both with equal ease and grace. Her style statements are sharp and distinctive, and undoubtedly unique.
On one hand is the curly haired Tanu who loves bright colours and accessorizing while on the other is Kusum, who sports a boy cut hairstyle and is most of the times either in salwar and suits or in her athletic attire.
Kangana plays every character with such detailed intensity that for a second, the on screen reel character becomes a part of your real life. Be it while being draped in an off white saree with shades of pink or while wearing a wig accompanied with a sweater or a jacket; displaying professionalism of an athlete, in either attire, her confidence levels and vivacity are always soaring high.
Be it western or ethnic wear, this multi-talented lady can pull it off without any hassle. In fact, her style statements are said to be trendsetters. The one thing that remains constant in her ever changing style is her gorgeous smile that she carries off in perfect sync with any situation.
In fact, in the movie she plays three characters, the third being that of – ‘The bat woman!’ the previous two styles are pre-defined, whereas the latter one is simply ‘being oneself’, the free-spirited Ms’ Tanu.