Every effort is being made by Kangana Ranaut to give her finest to her second film, “Emergency.” In the upcoming film, the actor from Queen will now serve as Arvind Gaur’s assistant director. Kangana posted a photo of herself and her guru with a caption on her Instagram stories. Writing on Twitter, she said, “Today I have the amazing privilege of directing my acting instructor @arvindgaur ji, who instructed me at the age of 16. Sir, I asked you to make a cameo appearance in my film Emergency, and here you are.”
She also published a different article describing her guru. Arvind is a fantastic theatre director, she said, “directing the filmmaker today.”In the image, Kangana can be seen conversing with her guru while wearing a white chikankari outfit. On the movie, Kangana has been continuously working. She was dedicated to her work even after having dengue a few weeks ago. Kangana plays the title role of the late politician in the film “Emergency,” which is based on the life of the previous prime minister Indira Gandhi. When speaking about her choice to take on the role of filmmaker for a second time, Kangana cited , “My directorial movie “Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi,” got overwhelming and positive feedbacks from the public because it was a box office success. Though I had immense acting work which was to be completed, I refrained from moving on to direct another film. My media interaction, feedbacks and the terminology I developed, which are now part of this over whelming culture, lead me to assume that I am in touch with the audience’s pulse. I do think that the public is seeking for something that will engage their minds as well as their senses.”
Kangana will also appear in the Sarvesh Mewara-directed movie “Tejas,” in which Ranaut plays an Air Force pilot. The premiere date of the movie is still pending.