She is indeed a QUEEN 20/03/2014

This ‘Queen’  has come as a breath of fresh air, minus the royal tag. She is not a stunner, nor rich, nor educated in the academic sense. She is simple, good natured, friendly and above all  a naiveté. I was captivated by her gentle manners and sweet smile when  she made her entrance and  she looked all set for the grand day in her life, with even plans for honeymoon in  Paris and Amsterdam  in  place.

However, her fiancé chooses to drop a bombshell  by backing out of the wedding for no valid reason, but  the bride though shocked initially, decides to go ahead with her  honeymoon and  when she returns to her home town, she is totally a transformed person. Who is the loser in the process? You have guessed it —the fickle minded no gooder who is no match to her either in looks or behavior!

The movie is a celebration of International woman’s Day.

N Meera Raghavendra Rao


2 thoughts on “She is indeed a QUEEN 20/03/2014

  1. V Raghavan

    I saw this movie this morning in a packed hall at Satyam. Surely the hero is a first-rate MCP. But, swearing by her Indian roots, the heroine goes a bit too far in her first visit to Europe, e.g., her tete-e-tete with the Italian chef. There is no plausible reason for the hero refusing to marry his fiancée at the last moment and later turning up in Europe to say sorry. But looking at it as a hilarious satire, it is made superbly.

    1. It is certainly a well made movie .For someone visiting the big bad world the first time ,Rani takes care of herself superbly while handling different situations, coming out of them unscathed!

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