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Kangana turns Simran script from thriller to comedy, will be credited as writer

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Apr 26, 2017, 5:35 pm IST
Updated Apr 26, 2017, 5:38 pm IST
After being acknowledged for 'additional dialogues' in 'Queen', Kangana has gone one step further with 'Simran.'
Kangana Ranaut was last seen in 'Rangoon.'
 Kangana Ranaut was last seen in 'Rangoon.'

Mumbai: While Kangana Ranaut has been a powerhouse performer over the years, the actress also possesses an array of other talents.

One of them being her writing skills, a glimpse of which we had seen, when she had penned some of her dialogues in the National Award-winning film 'Queen.'

 

While the film only saw Kangana being credited under ‘additional dialogues’, the actress has gone one step further this time and completely transformed the script of her upcoming film ‘Simran’ from a crime thriller to a slice-of-life comedy.

Kangana told mid-day, "When Hansal (Mehta, director) came to me with the script of 'Simran', I was intrigued. It was essentially a dark, gritty crime thriller. Together we sat down and tweaked the script to make it a slice-of-life comedy. It is gracious of them (Hansal and Co.) to credit me as a writer for the film."

 

Kangana has even attended a screenplay writing course in New York and it seems that is what she has put to good use with the script of ‘Simran.’

She adds, "I am a typical Arian wanting to do everything in this world. My bucket list extends beyond films. I want to act and direct like [Charlie] Chaplin. It's an intrinsic personality trait. In the near future, you will also see me write a book. I will be found growing apples in an organic farm someday. I have a lot of interests, which I need to fulfil in this lifetime. There's a constant fear that one day I will die and there will be way too many things I won't be able to accomplish. I have it all calculated."

 

While the actress bagged the National Award Best Actress for ‘Queen’, can she go one step further and do the double of Best Actress and Best Script for ‘Simran'?

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