Queen: Check Out First Looks, Titles Of All Four Remakes Of Kangana Ranaut's National Award-winning Film

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In a first-of-its-kind move, not one, but four films are being carved out of National Award-winning Kangana Ranaut-starrer 'Queen', starring Kajal Aggarwal, Tamannaah Bhatia, Parul Yadav and Manjima Mohan.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In a first-of-its-kind move, not one, but four films are being carved out of National Award-winning Kangana Ranaut-starrer 'Queen'. Apart from the fact that the different movies are being made, what is also interesting is that all of them were also shot at the same time.

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Kajal Aggarwal, Tamannaah Bhatia, Parul Yadav and Manjima Mohan, who are stepping into Kangana's shoes for the remakes, in four South Indian languages, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages respectively, were also seen together at multiple times during the shoot in Paris and other locations. And now, the first looks of the respective films have also been released, again at the same time. The actresses took to their respective social media handles to share it with their fans.

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Kajal's Tamil film is titled 'Paris Paris' and is directed by Ramesh Aravind, Tamannaah's is named 'That is Mahalakshmi', Ramesh Aravind again directs the Kannada version 'Butterfly' starring Parul Yadav and Manjima Mohan's 'Zam Zam' is helmed by Neelakanta. From being excited, saying 'Hello' to their character to calling it 'unconventional' and 'one of the best experiences', the four actresses had their own ways of introducing their looks, something even those who've seen 'Queen' would hope for.


 

 

 

 

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