Movie Review- Kings Please Excuse, It's Time For 'Queen' of Hearts

Whatever we see, we perceive and then we decide our future actions on that basis. There are things we don't see, sometimes we are not imaginative enough to visualize such things or simply we never have time to do so.

The impact of audio visuals is always deep and especially when it can reach masses. Therefore the Cinema is capable of changing the perception of the society, something which "Queen " has attempted to do.

Only rare films have that kind of impact which makes you feel romantic about being yourself. In fact very selective things in this world are capable of making you fall in love with yourself. Having a minute degree of narcism is healthy, striking a perfect balance between excess and total absence of self-esteem is vital. There is a sweet melancholy feeling about this film which is left with open ends in non-conformity. The fresh and light perception from inception is something which is a wow factor and keeps the viewers glued to their seats throughout the film.

There is something unusual about the protagonist of the film 'Rani'. What I understand of this story is that character attributes in people are interchangeable and it is like that in everybody, each of us. We are vulnerable yet strong, bold yet nervous, we have pairs of polar dimensions in us, these feelings exist in us simultaneously. The only thing we have to do is to remind ourselves of which feature we wish to accentuate. It is a tendency of being human to forget (not always forgive). Whether call it a boon or a bane. All you people out there quickly fix a rendezvous with yourself.

Rani, a girl even from a very protective family background is surprisingly open minded and open hearted and wins people over with her non-judgemental approach, be it her half French-half Indian friend Vijaylaxmi, or a lap-dancer or her room-mates. Being Uptight is the story of yesterday. Like an accounting rule, the only thing that matters is what you are as on date.

Queen is piquant, clement and elating. Like tasty pani-puris, it leaves a savory aftertaste that hovers on until long after the movie has ended. I saw this movie three weeks ago; I was undecided to write on it. This movie is a fresh white daisy in my small kitchen garden for me. It warms the heart and tickles with the funny humour with equal magnitude. Accompanied by her younger brother on a dinner date with her fiancŠ¹ with santa-banta jokes, Hilarious!

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