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Technical side of movie-making fascinates me: Kangana

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Technical side of movie-making fascinates me: Kangana

Technical side of movie-making fascinates me: Kangana

New Delhi – From the pre-production of “Rajjo” to its post-production, actress Kangana Ranaut is said to have been taking a keen interest in all aspects of her forthcoming movie. This is so because the movie-making process fascinates her.

“For me, there’s nothing like perfection. Being an artist, the technical side of movie-making does fascinate me tremendously,” Kangana said in a statement.

“However, my involvement is restricted to witnessing the developments on the set. The process of making movies is like a sort of meditation for me and I totally love it,” Kangana said in a statement.

“Rajjo”, a women-centric drama, is a love story set against the backdrop of a Mumbai brothel. It’s the story of a nautch girl Rajjo (Kangana), whose upbringing has moulded her into a person unlike a courtesan.

If sources are to be believed, Kangana, who looks fit and bold in the film’s poster, is getting involved in each and every department of the film. She had even recently revealed that she has plans to direct a foreign film, which will cater to the international as well as Indian audiences.

The actress had earlier directed a short film, written in collaboration with an Australian writer, which was shot in the US.

“Rajjo”, directed by Vishwas Patil, will hit theatres Nov 15 along with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Ramleela”.

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