Kangana Ranaut has confirmed her involvement in the third installment of the film Tanu Weds Manu, expressing her desire to work with director Anand L. Rai again. She also discussed her recent film Tejas, where she plays the role of a fighter pilot, expressing her admiration for strong women and soldiers.
In a recent conversation with IMDb, Kangana Ranaut confirmed that she will be making a comeback as Tanu in Tanu Weds Manu 3. She also expressed her desire to work with director Anand L. Rai again, who directed the second installment of the film, Tanu Weds Manu Returns. Kangana mentioned that she doesn’t often get the opportunity to do comedies and working on the Tanu Weds Manu films was like a picnic for her, providing a break from her intense roles.
Kangana’s second acting project of the year, Tejas, has recently hit cinemas. In the film, she plays the role of Tejas Gill, an Indian Air Force pilot. Kangana revealed that she relates a lot to strong, warrior women and playing the character of Tejas was a fulfilling experience for her. She expressed her admiration for soldiers and her desire to pay tribute to their spirit through her role in the film.
However, not all reviews of Tejas have been positive. WION’s Shomini Sen praised Kangana’s performance but criticized the film’s story, calling it sloppy and jingoistic. Sen pointed out that the film heavily leans on the narrative of patriotism and the sacrifices made by Indian soldiers, which can hinder healthy debates on the concept of patriotism.
In conclusion, Kangana Ranaut’s confirmation of her involvement in Tanu Weds Manu 3 and her desire to work with Anand L. Rai again has generated excitement among fans. Her recent film Tejas, where she plays the role of a fighter pilot, has received mixed reviews, with praise for her performance but criticism for the film’s storytelling.