Super hit flick Raazi, featuring Alia Bhatt in the lead role, has recently made entry to the most coveted Rs. 100 crore club but the flick carries on doing good business.
The movie, which has been praised by well-known movie critics, viewers and even affiliates of the movie society, just bagged one more admirer and it is none other than curled beauty and multi-talented actress Kangana Ranaut, who recently enjoyed the flick and believes that Raazi actress Alia is the "undisputed queen."
In a special declaration, the Queen beauty praised Alia after watching the movie on May 29.
She stated, “I really liked Raazi. It was awesome. Meghna (director Meghna Gulzar) did a splendid job with the film. I think her film is going to cross Rs. 100 crore at the box office.”
Kangana was full of praises for Alia Bhatt, who dons the character of a secret agent in her recent offering, Raazi.
The 31-year-old actress stated, “I have no words to express performance of Alia (Bhatt) in the film. She is so good."
Ms Ranaut, who is presently busy shooting her upcoming movie Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi told media people, "Meghna and Alia invited me on the trial of their film but I couldn't attend it because I was busy shooting for my film, then I promised them that I will watch the film soon. I am going to send Alia a congratulatory message for her film."
Kangana Ranaut's next movie Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi is a historical drama that also stars multi-talented actor Sonu Sood and small screen sensation Ankita Lokhande. Aside from that, Kangana Ranaut will also be witnessed in Mental Hai Kya with Rajkummar Rao.
Helmed by Meghna Gulzar, Alia starrer Raazi also features Vicky Kaushal. The flick reached theatres on May 11.
Since then, Raazi has gathered praises from all sides. Some people even named it Alia’s top-notch movie till date.
Alia’s other films, which made entry to the Rs 100 crore club comprised 2 States and Badrinath Ki Dulhania.
While both 2 States and Badrinath Ki Dulhania witnessed the actress in a bubbly character, in her most recent release, Raazi, she donned a very unconventional character named Sehmat who makes many attempts to serve her nation.