Kangana Ranaut Unveils Glimpses of 1970s’ Emergency in Upcoming Political Drama
Kangana Ranaut takes on the role of Indira Gandhi in the Indian political drama “Emergency,” offering a glimpse into the tumultuous events of the 1970s.
Bringing the tumultuous era of the 1970s’ Emergency to life, Kangana Ranaut offers a sneak peek into the upcoming Indian political drama, “Emergency.” Set to portray the iconic role of Indira Gandhi, Kangana shared additional glimpses on Instagram, diving into the chaos and bloodshed that marked that significant period in Indian history.
Earlier revealed through a captivating first look poster on January 23, Kangana Ranaut took to social media once again to share a video on Tuesday afternoon. The video showcases montages capturing the intensity of the Emergency, highlighting riots and the upheaval India experienced during that time.
In a powerful statement, Kangana defends her character’s stand as Prime Minister, asserting, “Mujhe mere desh ko protect karne se koi nahi rok sakta. Kyunki India is Indira and Indira Is India” (No one can stop me from protecting my country because India is Indira, and Indira is India).
The film, aptly titled “Emergency,” draws inspiration from real-life events that unfolded during the reign of India’s first and only female Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. The controversial period, marked by the suspension of civil liberties and canceled elections, is vividly portrayed in the movie.
Scheduled for release on June 14, “Emergency” not only features Kangana Ranaut as Indira Gandhi but also stars Anupam Kher, Mahima Chaudhary, Milind Soman, Shreyas Talpade, and others. Get ready to witness a gripping cinematic journey through one of the most controversial periods in Indian political history.